Friday, November 22, 2013

November Service Tip-Tire Pressure and Temperature

We all know that tires are a very important part of your vehicle, and the tire pressure is just as important as the tires themselves. During the change of seasons you may notice your tires looking a little flat. The tire pressure has leaked out but the air molecules inside the tire have shrunk due to the reduced temperature. We recommend checking your tires often during this time of year until the weather stabilizes to ensure that your tires are properly inflated. 

Properly inflated tires will not only keep you rolling down the road, but the right amount of air pressure is a necessity in braking, tire wear and handling. Next time you are in for service, ask a Service Advisor to double check your tire pressure if you have any worries about the proper inflation. 

Top 5 Turkey Traditions

We all have our own Thanksgiving day family traditions, and  here are the Top 5 most common. Tell us about your Turkey Day Traditions on our Facebook page!

1. Giving Thanks-Everyone in the house lists off everything they are thankful for before they eat. 
2. Turky and Dressing
3. Watching Turkey Day Football Games
4. Watching the New York City Thanksgiving Day Parade
5. Family Football Game 

November Employee Spotlight-Scott Wahoff

Scott Wahoff joined Jim Butler Chevrolet's expert Service Team 1.5 years ago, and is a 43 year veteran Service Technician. His experience and certifications stretch back to decades of consistent training as an ASE Certified Master Technician and a GM Trained Technician. 

Scott is a native to St. Louis, and is celebrating 36 years of marriage this year with his wife. Scott also has 6 kids that call St. Louis home. He enjoys the outdoors; hunting, fishing and photography. Scott often visits the William Weldon Conservation Area near Troy to enjoy the raw nature. When it comes to sports, Scott cheers for all St. Louis teams including the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Rams. It's a little too cold right now, but Scott loves the early Fall drives through the country on his motorcycle.

Favorite Vehicle
Past- 1963 Chevrolet Impala 
Present- 2014 Chevrolet Silverado

Saying to live by "Honesty and Integrity"