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What to Expect When Bringing Your Vehicle To Nordgren Automotive

What to Expect When Bringing Your Vehicle To Nordgren Automotive

Nordgren Automotive is the trusted source for auto repair in Medina, Plymouth, and the surrounding communities. It doesn’t matter the make, model, or mileage of your vehicle. We provide auto repair to American, European, and Asian cars alike. If you are trying to decide whether to bring your vehicle to Nordgren Automotive for service, we are here to help make your decision a little easier for you.  Why do we try to make things easier for you? It is how we show our love, appreciation, and respect for our community. We strive to go the extra mile for our clients, and by making the world a better place through taking great care of your vehicles, it is how we show our support. Here is what you can expect when bringing your vehicle to Nordgren Automotive for auto repair:  For your convenience, we offer free loaner vehicles.  Because we want you to feel completely confident in the reliability of the services your vehicle received, we back our work with a 36-month ... read more

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New Year’s Resolutions for Being a Better Car Owner

New Year’s Resolutions for Being a Better Car Owner

First and foremost, the team at Nordgren Automotive wants to wish everyone a safe and happy New Year's! We can't believe how fast the year has flown by and that 2021 is officially here! We look forward to seeing each and every one of you in the New Year, and we hope you continue to have a safe winter season!  We are excited to see what 2021 has to hold for all of us -- it is time for a fresh start. Speaking of fresh starts, 2021 also means it is time to start thinking of our New Year's resolutions. The team at Nordgren Automotive has a few suggestions, all car-related, of course. We can't help but think of all the time we spend with our vehicle. Why not have New Year's resolutions geared towards becoming a better and safer car owner?  Here are four New Year's resolutions for being a better car owner:  Keep your vehicle hydrated! Just like how we need fluids to stay happy, healthy, and hydrated, your car does too. These fluids can include brake ... read more

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What Needs to Be In Your Vehicle’s Emergency Kit?

What Needs to Be In Your Vehicle’s Emergency Kit?

Winter is almost here, which means we will be breaking out the scarves, sweaters, and coats to prepare for the drop in temperature. Winter also signals the start of the holiday season, which means many of us will be driving to see our loved ones. The team at Nordgren Automotive recommends putting together an emergency kit to store in your vehicle.  It is always better to be safe than sorry, especially when it comes to your vehicle. An emergency kit is an excellent way to be prepared for whatever may come your way. Here are some examples of what you can store in your emergency kit:  Car jack and spare tire.  Jumper cables.  Emergency car battery charger.  Pocket Knife.  Emergency Blanket.  Nonperishable snacks like granola bars.  Rain poncho.  Snow shovel.  Window scraper.  Water.  Flashlight.  Utility gloves.  Reflective vest.  First-aid kit.  Reflective triangles.  Portable car charge ... read more

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Thanksgiving Traffic Tips

Thanksgiving Traffic Tips

Wow, time flies by! We can’t believe that November is already here. Soon enough, Thanksgiving will be upon us. We recognize that holidays might look a little different this year, but just if you are planning a holiday road trip, the team at Nordgren Automotive wants you to stay safe with these Thanksgiving traffic tips.  Before we begin discussing our Thanksgiving traffic tips, the team at Nordgren Automotive would first like to show our appreciation to you and your family. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you and service your vehicle, and we look forward to sharing many more Thanksgivings with you! Here are our Thanksgiving traffic tips:    If you would like to take a road trip, make sure to plan ahead to beat the traffic. The Thanksgiving traffic starts Tuesday evening and peaks Wednesday afternoon. We recommend not traveling between 4 pm to 7 pm on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. If you absolutely have to drive on Wednesday, try to leave before ... read more

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Getting Your Vehicle Ready for Fall

Getting Your Vehicle Ready for Fall

October is officially here, which means we will soon be seeing falling leaves, football season, and Halloween. The change in season also means a change in driving conditions, as we will temperatures drop, more rain, ice on the roads, and possibly even a little snow. We must prepare our vehicle for these weather conditions, as the transition from summer to fall to winter can take a toll on our vehicle's overall health.  Autumn maintenance focuses on your vehicle's three essential components: wiper blades, fluids, and tire tread and balance. It is easy to forget about your windshield wipers -- you switch them when it starts to rain, but other than that, it is not common to think about your windshield wipers needing attention. However, your windshield wipers are imperative to the overall health and safety of your vehicle.  Imagine you driving in the rain, and you reach to turn on your windshield wipers. To your dismay, they don't turn on. Your ability to see what i ... read more

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