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Know Your Towing Limits in Neosho

Some Neosho drivers figure that anything they can attach to their trailer hitch can be towed by their vehicle. Nope. If you're going to do any towing around Neosho, you should be aware of safety issues, Missouri towing laws and potential liability.Understanding tow ratings is important for safe t... Read More

What Neosho Automotive Service Consumers Should Know

There are some things drivers should know about Neosho car service and repair. First and foremost, Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center cares about you and your family's safety. And we really appreciate your business. Pro-Lube Tire and Auto... Read More

Need a New Battery? Call Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center Today

Hello Neosho drivers! Need a new battery? There is a good chance that you do – 70% of batteries need to be replaced within four years. As your battery discharges and then recharges as you drive around Neosho, bits of the surface of t... Read More

Engine Hydration for Neosho Drivers: Role of Your Water Pump

The cooling system in an engine has five components: the radiator, the radiator cap, the hoses, the thermostat and the water pump. The water is literally the heart of the system. Just as your own heart keeps your blood circulating through your body, the water pump keeps coolant circulating throug... Read More

Automotive Tips from Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center: Signs of an Alignment Problem

When properly aligned, all of your wheels are pointed in the same direction. Your vehicle will track true and handle the way it is designed. Neosho drivers often associate our wheels being "knocked" out of alignment with an event like an accident, hitting a pothole, curb or some other object.Whi... Read More

The Maintenance Free Myth

Sometimes we hear people in Neosho say, "What's up with all this maintenance stuff? Modern cars just don't break down." While it is true that today's vehicles are extremely reliable, they are also becoming increasingly complicated an... Read More

Fuel Saving Tip: Alignment for Your Neosho Vehicle

Imagine you've left Neosho and you're up in the arctic on a dog sled.Your dog team is pulling straight and true. You can cover a lot of ground quickly. Now imagine what would happen if one or two of the dogs wanted to go their own way... Read More

Fall and Spring Inspection at Pro-Lube Tire and Auto Center

Good vehicle care for us Neosho residents has always meant taking our vehicles in every spring and fall for a check-up. Vehicles needed routine maintenance to prepare them for the changes in weather. Today's vehicles aren't quite as sensitive to seasonal changes. Older vehicles required different... Read More

Selecting New Tires and Wheels

Some of us Neosho drivers just love tires. All those little rubber hairs on new tires and the smell is wonderful. We live in a great time for tires. No matter how you drive around Missouri, where you want to go or the look you're afte... Read More

What to Do In Case of an Accident

If you've ever been in a vehicle accident around Neosho, Missouri, even a minor one, you know how upsetting it can be. It's hard to think straight and know what to do.Let's review what you should do in case of an accident in Neosho, ... Read More

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