How to Pack for Your Holiday Road Trip

November 7th, 2019 by

  It’s that time of year again, folks! The holiday season is upon us, which means you can expect the weeks ahead to be filled with food, shopping, food, catching up with friends and family, and food. Somewhere in between all that eating, you might have to do some longer-distance driving, whether you’re visiting your…

How to Personalize Your Car on the Cheap

October 11th, 2019 by

You don’t have to have a ton of extra cash to make your ride unique to you. In fact, there are lots of ways to personalize your car on a budget, or even for free. Photographs Make copies of some of your favorite photographs of family, friends, or pets and place them in your car….

Important Steps for Preparing your Car for Fall

September 5th, 2019 by

  Autumn is just around the corner, which means cooler weather and changing driving conditions are quickly approaching. But before you’re stuck out in the cold, be sure to follow these tips for preparing your car for fall. Belts and Hoses Routinely checking your vehicle’s belts and hoses is an easy way to avoid costly…

Fun Games to Play During a Family Road Trip

June 17th, 2019 by

  For some people, road trips are a fun adventure, and the drive itself is entertaining on its own. For other people—especially young people—the trip part of a road trip can be pretty boring. Fortunately, there are a lot of games to play during a family road trip that can keep everyone, even the antsiest…

3 Ways to Pamper Your Car With Love This Valentine’s Day

February 12th, 2019 by

  If you haven’t brought your vehicle in for service in quite some time, maybe you can pamper your car this Valentine’s Day to show it – and yourself – some extra love. Catch Up With Routine Maintenance The kindest thing you can do for your car is to keep it running. If it’s been…

How to Improve Your Driving Posture

January 29th, 2019 by

  Good posture while standing and sitting—including in your vehicle—is crucial to avoiding back and neck pain and the myriad issues related with each. Luckily, the vehicles in our lineup at Carter Chevrolet have been ergonomically designed to give you the support you and your passengers need while traveling. Even with the benefits of lumbar…

Holiday Travel Driving Tips

December 18th, 2018 by

  With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be hitting the road to spend time with our loved ones. Long car trips can be stressful at any time of year, and they can be especially stressful during the holiday season, as traffic can be heavier and snowy winter weather can slow everyone down….

Tips for Driving in Oklahoma Winters

November 9th, 2018 by
Winter Driving Tips

Many people wrongfully assume that southern states don’t get wintry weather. If you are new to the state of Oklahoma, you may be surprised to hear that we often battle low temperatures with icy roads and heavy snows. Prepare for driving in Oklahoma winters with the following tips:   Always have a full fuel tank: Before…

How to Tell When Your Vehicle Needs an Oil Change

September 27th, 2018 by

Every car owner knows that their car has to have regular oil changes to keep it running smoothly. For many, though, the question remains – when should you actually bring your vehicle in for this routine maintenance? Here’s how to tell when your vehicle needs an oil change. Keep Track of the Mileage When you…

What is the 511 Traffic System?

May 15th, 2018 by

The 511 Traffic System You have probably heard of 911, and you might have even used 411 at some point, but 35 states make use of a similar system. It’s called the 511 traffic system. If you haven’t heard of 511, you might be missing out. Designed For Travelers The 511 system is designed for…

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