When you’re a new driver, one of the first maintenance tasks you need to be aware of is having your car inspected annually. In fact, having a VA vehicle safety inspection each year not only helps you maintain proper care and makes driving safer for you and others, it is also required by law.
Do you have a car emergency kit? You may not be spending as much time in your car as normal, so now is the perfect time to take stock of - or gather from scratch - the tools and tidbits you need as a part of your trunk’s go-kit.
If you’ve ever been confused when you heard someone say, “I need to get my car detailed,” then you’re not alone. While car detailing is a common enough service - one soon coming to Metro Motor! -, most people don’t do it nearly as often as they should. As a result, many new drivers never learn the vitality of having their car detailed.
Your dashboard has a variety of displays and warning lights that serve as helpful indicators of the sometimes complicated and delicate systems of your vehicle.
As a company that has multiple stations across the DC Metro Area, we recognize how important it is we use our position in the community to give back. One of the ways we do this is by partnering with several local establishments and organizations. In the giving spirit of the holidays, here are some of our staple partnerships that we hope our readers will also take the time to support this season.
Your car’s brakes are your most important safety feature. It’s important to care for and maintain your brakes in order to ensure the safety of your vehicle and those inside it. How you actually do this can leave some drivers confused. Here’s everything you need to know about brake care.
If 2020 has taught us anything so far, it's that anything can happen, so it's important to be prepared for everything. That includes driving, especially as we begin to resume our normal, busy lives. Do you have a plan if you find yourself in an unexpected emergency situation while on the road? Here are our top tips for creating one!
It’s almost the spookiest night of the year: Halloween! In the spirit of the holiday, the team at Metro Motor|Pentagon Liberty have transformed their station into a petrifying pit spot. Mind the cobwebs as you enter the lot, and brave the giggling Pennywise that guards our store.
Rotating your tires is a way of managing the wear on the tire’s tread. Tires wear out eventually, like how old shoes get a wear pattern, making them impossible for others to wear or for the shoe to perform correctly. Except our cars only have one set of tires and get more miles than our footwear. Still, some car owners see rotating their tires as an unnecessary trip to the mechanic. That is not the case. Rotating your tires is extremely important.