Posts Tagged: Caring for your Vehicle

Should You Really be Warming Up Your Car This Winter?

If you live in a particular part of the country that experiences harsh winter conditions, you might be in the habit of starting your car up every morning and letting it run for a few minutes to “warm up.” Many people have been taught that this is necessary to ensure proper engine health on cold… Read more »

Advice for Off-Roading with Your 4×4 Vehicle

One of the best times of the year for off-road adventures, summer is when you get to spin your tires in the mud and test your vehicle’s rock crawling abilities. Whether you have years of off-road experience or are just getting into this exhilarating activity, there are few things PermaPlate recommends you keep in mind… Read more »

When Should You Get Your Oil Changed?

Changing your oil as necessary is one of the easiest and least expensive maintenances that you can have performed to keep your vehicle running at peak performance throughout its lifetime. But how do you know when it is time to have your oil changed? It seems as though everyone has a different timeline for you… Read more »

Learn More about Our Window Tints

Tinted windows are a great way to increase privacy while protecting your family from the sun’s harmful rays. Tinted windows also reduce glare and heat for a safer, more comfortable ride.  PermaPlate offers two different types of window tints, both of which are available in five levels, depending on your state laws and preferences. SolarPlate… Read more »

Are You Making These Common Winter Vehicle Mistakes?

As drivers across the country face freezing temperatures and winter whiteouts, we are reminded of the fact that vehicles don’t always function well when facing cold weather conditions and that drivers sometimes play a role in the problems that can occur. PermaPlate has put together a list of driver mistakes that can cause extra harm… Read more »

Keep Your Kids Safe and Your Vehicle Clean This Winter

Kids and cars don’t mix well, especially during the cold and snowy winter months. From slippery parking lots to slushy footprints on the rugs and mittens dropped under the seats, there are plenty of problems that parents face when transporting their young children when it’s snowing. While the safety of your kids is your number… Read more »