New vehicles nowadays are equipped with endless comfort and convenience features that it can be difficult to keep them all straight. If you’ve recently purchased a new Ford Fiesta, you may be wondering how to use the automatic climate controls that are included on select models. Our team here at Western Slope Auto is going to explore this feature and provide tips on how to make it easier for you to keep your cabin at the temperature you prefer. Read the rest of this entry
Test Driving Tips
If you’re in the market for a new car, it can be intimidating to head to the your nearest dealership and ask for a test drive. At Western Slope Auto we want you to feel comfortable when you walk on our lot, and as such have come up with a few test driving tips to serve as a guide in finding your next vehicle. As one of the larger purchases you will make in your life, our friendly staff dedicates their efforts to customer service and helping you find the car for your needs.
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Car care tips for the new year
As the new year begins, there are many people who follow the tradition to resolve to change bad habits, start doing things better, or just overall embrace change. We promise ourselves that we are going to try spend more time with family, or that we’re going to be nicer to our neighbors and co-workers.
We convince ourselves that we need start eating healthier and begin working out (and stick with it!) to helps us shed those pounds that we packed on during the holidays. We know we all have good intentions, but we rarely keep up with these resolutions. Read the rest of this entry
How to teach a teen to drive
Do you have a new driver in the house? Does the thought of teaching a teen to learn how to drive terrify you? Fret no more, because at Western Slope Auto, we learned a few tips when it comes to learning how to teach a teen to drive.
The first thing to remember when exploring how to teach a teen to drive is that each and every new driver is different. Driving is a skill, and just like learning any other skill, everyone learns differently. What works for teaching one new driver the ways of the road may not work for another. It’s important to spend time with that new driver and talk with them how they would like to learn how to drive. Maybe they want a hands-on experience, or maybe they want a hands-off experience, where you let them make their own mistakes and figure it out (Within reason, of course. We would never promote sacrificing or disregarding safety!). Read the rest of this entry