October is the month when we embrace the spooky and scary. However, that frightening feeling shouldn't extend to your vehicle. One of the most alarming situations while driving is a sudden downpour so intense that your visibility is impacted to the point that the road practically disappears. What's even more terrifying? Worn out wiper blades that no longer clear your windshield. Here are four signs that your wipers need to be replaced. Do you need new wipers? Safety is our primary priorities, so stop by any of our locations in Maryland or Delaware so that one of our highly-trained technicians can expertly install new wiper blades for you.
Are you registering a used vehicle in Maryland? Admiral Tire and Auto Centers is here to help! When ownership of a vehicle is being transferred, a safety inspection is required before completing the transaction. There are six vehicle classes though most fall under the Class A designation. At our Edgewater location, our inspector, with over two decades of automotive experience, will meticulously examine your vehicle to ensure it meets all the safety specifications required by Mayland. This facility is authorized to perform two types of inspections: Class A - Passenger vehicles, autocycles, limousines, multipurpose passenger vehicles, recreational motor homes and trucks 10,000 pounds and under GVWR, and trailers not equipped with air brakes. Class T - Any trailer not equipped with air brakes. What to Expect Before the inspection, ensure the vehicle is registered either in Maryland or another state. A temporary 30-day registration may be available if you are unable to re ... read more
They seem to be everywhere right now. No, we’re not talking about political campaign commercials or pumpkin-flavored coffee drinks. Rather it’s ‘Help Wanted’ signs that are posted in just about every store front you visit these days. The phenomenon known as “The Great Resignation” has impacted nearly every industry causing nationwide labor shortages. And the automotive service sector is no exception. Not only should employers be concerned, but Forbes reports that labor woes combined with parts shortages may result in increased costs and wait times for customers. The labor shortage in the automotive service industry does not appear to be a temporary issue. The ... read more