When you’re shopping for a used vehicle, you want to make sure you’re getting a good deal. As your Black Hills area Honda dealer, we want you to be as informed as possible before deciding to buy. So, make sure you ask these five important questions when you’re shopping for pre-owned vehicles in the Black
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If your vehicle has taken a beating from the rough winter weather or the potholes that seem to plague streets in the Black Hills, it might be time for a tire alignment. So how do you tell if it’s time for an alignment? Experts recommend checking your alignment at least every 12,000 miles. Beyond that,
As you dig out your snow shovel to prepare for the inevitable snows to come, it’s also a good time to get your car ready for winter weather. We compiled some tips to make sure your battery is in optimal condition during the coming cold season. Engine cranks but doesn’t start. While this might seem like
1. Know what you can afford. If you’re buying used, you’re already making a wise financial decision. To keep making good decisions, we recommend you never spend more than 20 percent of your total take-home pay on your monthly truck payment. 2. Determine your top truck criteria. Make a list of your must-have features to
If you live in the Black Hills, chances are you’ve survived a hail storm or two during the past few years. Unfortunately, our region is known for its unpredictable weather that can damage your car. If your vehicle’s been damaged in any recent hail storms, check out the best tips for fixing those annoying hail dents yourself.
With the Fourth of July fast approaching, there are ton of events scheduled. And it can be tough to remember which days and where each event is happening. To help simplify it for you, we’ve compiled a list of events and fireworks around the Black Hills. Events July 1-4 Gold Camp Jubilee Days– Manual Brothers
The idea of a summer road trip can often feel like something from your younger, more carefree days before jobs and kids and bills and other adult responsibilities. But with these three destinations, all within 300 miles, there’s no reason you can’t hit the open road for an impromptu trip. So, pack the kids, the