5 Tips While Social Distancing During Covid-19 Pandemic
Like many Americans, you may be feeling frustrated by the requirement to keep away from others in public settings during the COVID-19 crisis. This measure, called social distancing, is being used by local, state, and national governments alike to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. While these restrictions are necessary for public health, they might also take a toll on your sanity! If you find yourself getting frustrated with the latest restrictions, try these helpful tactics to cope.
Avoid the News
While it might seem intuitive to turn on the news each day for the latest coronavirus updates, it might make you happier to keep news exposure at a minimum. If you can, try going for at least a day without watching the news, which inevitably will make you happier and less stressed...
How do I manage and schedule my service visits with the myChevrolet App?
Using the myChevrolet App
We are increasingly connected to the world via our smartphones, which puts the world in the palms of our hands. We're able to schedule vacations, order food, and even beckon a taxi to us just by clicking a few buttons. Chevrolet recognized the power of this technology, and they've created the myChevrolet app for the convenience of their customers. In a few taps of your smartphone screen, you can now know all the information about your vehicle that you need to, start it remotely, or, perhaps most importantly, schedule maintenance at your favorite dealer when it's time.
myChevrolet Managing and Scheduling
Your myChevrolet app can be set up in the Chevrolet Owner Center on Chevy's official website. It takes only a few moments to connect your car, truck, or SUV to ...
Chevrolet Marketplace Makes Ordering Pizza Convenient
You lead a busy life, and you deserve convenient shopping options. Today's Chevy lets you save time with Chevrolet Marketplace. Recently, the beloved American automaker and Domino's, America's top pizza-delivery brand, partnered to add easy pizza ordering to your Chevy's touchscreen.
As we roll into the 2020s, connectivity lets cars do far more than transport us from one point to another. Connectivity provides infotainment. Chevrolet's MyLink infotainment suite adds Marketplace to the typical sampling of apps for navigation, audio and driver assistance.
What is the Chevrolet Marketplace?
Through Marketplace, you can easily find the nearest gas station, shop for essentials and order fast food. The latter category now includes Domino's. Chevrolet and Domino's have placed a Domino's button wi...
Like a rock, Chevrolet has been a solid foundation in many millennials lives since they were born. A tradition of strength and comfort for decades, Chevrolet is in the hearts and minds of millennials now more than ever thanks to amazing technology which the 2019 models feature. Dedicated WiFi networks that are specific to each car, remote engine start from your phone and ventilated seats are just some of the reasons why millennials are drawn to the brand.
The Equinox is one of the most loved SUVs by millennials, as it comes with a generous 7" touch-screen LCD multimedia display. Millennials love the rear camera backup feature on the Equinox, the ApplePlay and Android Auto integration to their smart devices via Bluetooth and they sure love the Surro...
You may wonder how to make use out of the Vehicle Locate technology. It's an interesting piece of equipment, and you can give your family or even yourself peace of mind while using it. Vehicle Locate uses advanced technology that eliminates some of the woes of driving a vehicle.
How Vehicle Locate Can Help
Have you ever been driving when you received a phone call? You knew it came from a family member, and they were wondering where you were at. You can't answer the phone because it could lead to an accident. This in turn, may make your family member anxious about your whereabouts. Through the Vehicle Locate technology, you no longer have to worry about where your loved one is because you can check on them to see how close they are and this poses less danger to the driver as well.
Springtime! Why You Should Change Your Air Filter Now
March brings the eagerly awaited arrival of spring. It also brings the pollen and dust that go with it. You probably take measures to keep the air in your home clean during this season, especially if you suffer from allergies. But do you take the same precautions for your car? If not, now is a good time to start. Pollen that accumulates in the air can make its way into your car's interior and its engine if it is not stopped. This can cause problems down the road. One way to prevent that from happening is by changing the air filter in your car in the spring. This way, your car will be able to run on clean, clear air at a time of the year when it needs it most. From better gas mileage to a longer-lasting engine, this is why it's a good idea to keep your air filter working.
If you've recently read horror stories about your car being held for ransom by car hijackers, you're not alone. These stories are 100% true. Thanks to modern connectivity devices like USB ports and on-board diagnostics systems in vehicles, hackers can gain access to your car's systems just like they can your phone or home computer networks. With so many microcomputers and connectivity devices operating in vehicles these days, it's no wonder that hackers have gone out of their way to exploit these sensitive systems.
What are the Threats Facing the Modern Car Owner?
Unlike your phone, though, someone taking control of your car while you're driving can have much more deadly consequences. Imagine someone bringing your car to a complete halt while you're going 70 MPH on a busy highway. That's...
Routine maintenance is an incredibly important part of owning a vehicle. Changing your oil at regular intervals will ensure that your vehicle is running efficiently and smoothly. You may be wondering at what point you should change your oil. The truth is that each vehicle and each brand of oil affects when you should make the switch. Sometimes you need to base the answer on mileage. Other times it might be more about time. Many oil service centers will recommend that you get your oil changed every six months or every 3,000 miles. Manufacturers are now explaining that once every 5,000 miles is perfectly acceptable. If you have an older vehicle or something is going wrong, then you may want to consider an oil change earlier on.
How The All-New 2019 Chevy Blazer Fuses Functionality & Technology?
Chevy will reintroduce a classic next year with the return of the iconic Blazer, a midsize SUV produced by the brand from 1983 to 2005. The 2019 Blazer will be the only midsize two-row SUV in the Chevy lineup, landing between the Equinox, a compact, and the Traverse, a midsize model with three rows. Whether you're a Blazer fan from back in the day or just excited to find a Chevy in this family-friendly niche, here's what you need to know about this vehicle's unique blend of the latest technology with functional utility.
First, every trim is equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen display mounted in the center of the dash and will feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. A wireless hotspot is also standard on the 2019 Blazer. High-tech upgrades include wireless charging an...
What Features Do The Trim Levels Of The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Offer?
Eight Trim Levels Highlight the 2019 Silverado Truck
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado truck proves that Chevy has TRIM! Eight stages point to trim designs that include something for every family member. Details make the difference and Chevrolet has enough details and trim packages to outline every truck with style in a distinctive manner.
Silverado High Value Trim
The Chevy Silverado confers cosmetic trim enhancements, color varieties, interior textures and custom packages on three Silverado's.
Work Truck - features a set of 17-inch wheels made from steel for the strongest degree of durability. Blacked-out borders highlight the distinct "CHEVROLET" logo stretched in graphics across the tailgate and the grille. Interior aspects include a color touchscreen with a width of seven inches. Choose ...
Android Auto was designed by Google to put Google Applications a home on new touchscreen devices installed in most modern vehicles. Chevy has dozens of cars that feature Android Auto and allow you to plug your phone into the dash via USB. Whether your car came with a 7" or 8" touchscreen, if Android Auto is on there (it should be via Chevy MyLink), you're going to be able to hook your phone up to your dash and have instant access to select Google Applications. The question on your mind is HOW to do this? There's a simple step-by-step process you can follow to get your new vehicle going with Android Auto. We'll go through this step by step process and then invite you to contact us for more information. Because of the limited space here, we can't tell you EVERYTHING that...
Chevy Introduces the All-New Silverado 4500HD/5500HD
When Chevrolet to the time to introduce the all-new Silverado 4500HD and 5500 HD trucks, business owners are sure to be happy with the changes. Chevrolet has made significant changes to aid with performance and drivability. Upfitting and repairs have been made more accessible and, hopefully, less costly.
Since power is the primary basis for performance, we'll address that first. Chevy's 6.6-liter Duramax diesel engine can do more thanks to the truck's new architecture. Whether it is a mate to four-wheel or two-wheel drive, this engine generates 350 horsepower and a hefty 700 lb.-ft. Of torque. Mated to robust Allison transmissions, it has a natural heavy-duty capacity and tackles big jobs day after day.
Engineers have moved the diesel exhaust fluid tank from the driver's side to the passen...