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Win a Year of FREE Oil Changes

As a small family-owned business, it is not always easy to compete with the large national chains.  But at Keegan’s you can count on personalized care.  We count on your referrals and through the end of the year we are offering special incentives. Thru DECEMBER 31st- Refer one customer: receive FREE Tire Rotation Refer 2-4 customers: receive FREE standard Oil Continue Reading...
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Fall Car Care Tips

Fall Car Care Tips From the ASE Professionals (www.ase.com) It’s foolhardy to head out in a poorly maintained vehicle in the dead of winter, of course, but even vehicle owners in temperate zones need to consider a fall car-care check, note the pros with the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), an independent group that tests and certifies Continue Reading...
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Thinking of buying a HYBRID?

Some tips that may be helpful: Hybrids can cost up to 20% more- check into models that offer a state or federal tax rebate like electric plug ins (i.e. Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf).  For full list of qualified vehicles http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Qualified-Vehicles-Acquired-after-12-31-2009 Types: Pure hybrids: best mileage=highest price Mild hybrids: moderate benefit for moderate cost increase. Plug-in hybrids: more expensive but Continue Reading...
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Teens & Texting

As a father and a grandfather- the safety of our teens while behind the wheel is of utmost  importance.  At Keegan’s we can ensure that the vehicle is as safe as it can be. As parents, we can continue to share the important message about NO TEXTING while driving. Here are some results of a new survey that you might Continue Reading...
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Green & Clean: Keegan’s Recognized

Did you know that KEEGANS SERVICE STATION was the FIRST Green & Clean Approved  Auto Shop for Boston. This recognition is even more of a reason to come to Keegans and refer your friends. Here’s what it means: We’ve had an energy audit to conserve electricity and fight climate change Our mechanics attend yearly training to prevent pollution and promote Continue Reading...
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April is National Car Care Month: Spring into Action

April 1, 2013- reprinted from http://www.carcare.org/2013/04/april-is-national-car-care-month-spring-into-action/ April is National Car Care Month and the Car Care Council reminds motorists to spring into action and follow 10 basic maintenance procedures to make sure their vehicles are running at peak performance for the summer driving season. Check all fluids, including engine oil, power steering, brake and transmission as well as windshield washer solvent Continue Reading...
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Put Your Tax Refund to Work; Invest in Your Vehicle

Put Your Tax Refund to Work; Invest in Your Vehicle March 21, 2013- reprinted from http://www.carcare.org/2013/03/put-your-tax-refund-to-work-invest-in-your-vehicle/ How will you spend your tax refund? Another flat-screen TV? An iPad? Clothes? The Car Care Council has a better idea for your money: spend it on your second biggest investment, your car. “Whether it’s an oil change, replacing brakes or new belts and hoses, Continue Reading...
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January’s Tip of the Month

Make sure you SHUT OFF your wiper motor every time before you get out of your vehicle (as opposed to turning off the car with them still on).The winter weather of snow and ice build up can cause possible damage to the wiper motor or wiper motor transmission linkage....
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Happy Thanksgiving – Safe driving trip!

Keegan’s Service Station would like to take this opportunity wish all of our customers a Happy Thanksgiving. Like so many of us driving to celebrate this holiday with family and friends in our vehicle it would be a good time to make sure that your vehicle is safe for your trip. Please give us call so we can perform any Continue Reading...
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Be Prepared: Snow Tires

Winter tires are designed for maximum traction in the cold snowy weather.They are meant to work better than the best all season tire when the average weather reaches 45 degrees and below. Winter tires are not just meant for snow,but also for maximum traction in wet and cold conditions Winter snow tires use a completely different tread compound that remains Continue Reading...
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