• Halloween Safe Porsche Driving

    Published 2 years ago — by Lisa Federico

    Halloween Safe Driving

    Halloween Safe Driving
    Photo Credit: Casey Fleser

    In just a few short days Halloween will be upon us, which means trick-or-treaters will be out in full force on the roads and streets in which you drive upon.

    Make sure your Porsche is operating properly—from the lights, brakes, wipers and tires—to keep everyone safe in and out of the vehicle. Here are some key check reminders:

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  • 2014 Holiday Gift Guide for the Car Enthusiast

    Published 3 years ago — by Lisa Federico

    2014 Holiday Gifts for the Car Enthusiast in Your Life

    2014 Holiday Gift Guide. What will you give that car enthusiast this holiday?
    Photo Credit: JD Hancock

    The holiday season is here, which means traffic and weekends full of holiday gatherings, leaving little time to shop. Don’t stress if you’ve marked everyone off your gift list but are still trying to find that perfect gift for the ultimate car enthusiast. Check out these gadgets and cool finds that are sure to please.

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  • Ghastly Sounds, Smells and Leaks: What’s Lurking Within Your Porsche

    Published 4 years ago — by Lisa Federico

    Ghastly sounds, smells and leaks...what’s lurking within your vehicle?

    Ghastly sounds, smells and leaks...what’s lurking within your vehicle?
    Photo Credit: Tim Caynes

    From spooky noises in your engine to foul smells coming from the hood, know the scary signs that may be lurking within your Porsche.

    Smells: Anything from burning oil or burning metal smells from the radiator can indicate an overheated engine. Serious engine damage can occur with frequent overheating, so make sure the devil, himself, isn’t hiding under your hood.

    Burning smells (along with other symptoms) can also indicate transmission problems and/or failure, overheated brake pads, a worn clutch, and more. Food smells, like rotten eggs, may be your catalytic converter, and smells of maple syrup may mean your have a coolant leak.

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  • Auto-Related Gift Gadget Guide for Grads

    Published 4 years ago — by Lisa Federico

    Auto-Related Gift Gadget Guide for Grads

    Auto-Related Gift Gadget Guide for Grads
    Photo Credit: John Walker

    Congratulations to the new grad in your life, whether from high school or college. So what do you get the brainy college grad with that liberal arts degree or the high school jock who knows how to party? An auto-related gift that will help pave the road to success for their future, or something snazzy for their ride.

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  • Don’t Spend A Pot o’ Gold For Porsche Repair and Genuine Porsche Service

    Published 4 years ago — by Lisa Federico

    Save yourself a pot of gold by taking your Porsche to a local independent Porsche repair shop.

    Save yourself a pot of gold by taking your Porsche to a local independent Porsche repair shop.
    Photo Credit: Jeremy Schultz

    It can be a wee bit frustrating when your Porsche is in need of servicing and you aren’t sure where to take it for quality repairs that won’t cost you a pot of gold.

    Taking your Porsche to a local independent Porsche mechanic, versus the dealer, might just be your lucky charm because it can save you money and enable you to build a relationship with a trained technician working on your vehicle.

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