Picture taken at the 2010 Syracuse Nationals. My, how time flies. I came across this image this morning as I was browsing through our graphics archive. Back in 2010, I had the opportunity to transport our Rolling Showcase and represent JASPER at the Syracuse Nationals, which spans across the New York State Fairgrounds annually. I can’t believe that was five years ago. I’m not sure if our concept of time is perceived at an accelerated rate as we age, or if it’s just the fact that new technology promotes shortened attention spans compounded by our heightened ability to multitask.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence speaks with Maria McKitrick during his June 2nd tour of the JASPER Engines & Transmissions Power Drive facility with members of JASPER’s Executive Committee as part of a tour of southwestern Indiana.
Governor Pence met with JASPER Chairman/ CEO Doug Bawel, Company President Zach Bawel, along with members of JASPER’s Executive Committee, to discuss current political issues. Following their meeting, Governor Pence was given a personal tour of the Wernsing Road and Power Drive facilities.
Summer’s coming, and with it, warmer temperatures, vacations, and longer trips. We don’t want to be downers, but if your car’s cooling system isn’t up to par, things could go from fun-in-the-sun to stranded-in-the-sun too quickly for anyone’s liking. Because the truth is: cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns.
Don’t let it come to that. The easiest way to make sure your summer plans stay on course is to pay attention to your vehicle’s cooling system now, while the weather’s still mild. Trust us, you’ll avoid a lot of aggravation, and possibly an unnecessarily expensive vehicle repair. Here’s how to maintain your cooling system.
Our service centers offer full-service preventative maintenance and auto repair, providing comprehensive car care services for your domestic or import vehicle to keep it running at full power. For questions, contact your local service center, and our experts will help determine what needs to be done.
When it comes to your tires, size does matter. So be sure to buy the tire size recommended in your vehicle's owner's manual. Since your speedometer is hooked up to the transmission and the speedometer is calibrated for the revolution of the recommended tire size, a taller or shorter tire will affect the accuracy of your speedometer.