High Quality Service since 1988
Our Values. Our Commitment. Your Satisfaction.
At RayCar International Inc., we take pride in what our company history represents- quality, realiability and safety. From our associates and dealers to our suppliers and customers, our devotion to constant improvement results in an exceptional line of vehicles. Operating for over 28 years, we continue to reinvent ourselves to meet customer needs while maintaining our core values of honesty and integrity with every sales transactions. When you select your vehicle, you are also selecting a full service shop providing mechinical needs, at-cost parts, free inspections, and much more. Our selection varies to fit a wide range of needs for our new and returning customers. We strive to assist in our community with payment plans and financing opportunities. These fundamental operational values is how we have stayed in business for over 28 years. Come visit for yourself take a look at how we are able to meet your needs.
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Car Tips and Advice
Wondering how to get better gas milage?
Everyone’s trying to save money on gas these days. But did you know that your own driving habits can actually affect your fuel consumption by as much as 25 percent? Check out these five tips for fuel efficient driving and watch the savings add up:
1. Don’t be a lead foot. Putting the “pedal to the metal” wastes gas because the harder you accelerate the more fuel waste. Press the accelerator pedal gently. A good rule of thumb for optimal fuel efficient driving is to take about five seconds to accelerate your vehicle up to 15 miles per hour from a stop. For a manual transmission, use a moderate throttle position and shift between 2,000 and 2,500 RPMs.
2. Keep it steady. Dips in speed combined with spurts of acceleration can increase your fuel use by up to 20 percent. One easy fuel efficient driving technique is using cruise control on the highway.
3. Stay alert. Keep your vehicle's momentum by planning your maneuvers ahead of time. Pay attention to the road ahead, anticipate the movements of pedestrians and other drivers, and keep a safe distance from the car in front of you. This will save you gas and keep you safer on the road.
4. Don’t slam on the brakes. Sometimes, to avoid an accident, you have no choice. But in regular driving situations, coasting toward a stop sign or red light helps you conserve fuel and save money. It’s not only a fuel efficient driving habit, it’s also easier on your tires and brakes, which helps you save on maintenance and repair costs.
5. Slow down. While every model is different, most vehicles' gas mileage starts to tank at speeds above 50 mph. Look at it like this: every 5 MPH you drive over 50 MPH is like paying an extra quarter for a gallon of gas. Slowing down can also save you money on those speeding tickets and insurance costs.
Driving Tips and Auto Maintenance
As drivers, we know it’s important to maintain our vehicles. But between work, the kids, and the dozens of other things we’d rather be doing, basic car maintenance can often fall to the wayside. But did you know that taking care of your vehicle not only helps it perform better, it also could mean money in the bank for you?
From better fuel efficiency to retaining your car’s value, these simple car maintenance tips will have you seeing green in no time:
1) Don’t skip scheduled service. Check your owner’s guide and find out when your scheduled car maintenance services are. Usually maintenance is done every 30,000 miles and it involves checking or replacing parts like spark plugs, wires and timing belts. Down the line, other major parts may need replacing in order to keep your vehicle running efficiently and safely . While it may cost a little more, scheduling service through your dealer not only guarantees genuine parts and expertise, it also keeps your service history in line and up to date, which will attract more buyers and higher prices when it comes to selling your car.
2) Replace the air filter. Think of it as your car’s lungs. A clogged air filter can reduce gas mileage in older cars with carbureted engines by as much as 14 percent. Replacing clogged air filters on newer cars can help improve acceleration time.
3) Get an oil change. This is one of the simplest car maintenance services you can do to keep your vehicle in good running condition. Not maintaining it could void your warranty (check your owner’s manual to find out when you’re due for service) and even cause an engine failure, which can cost thousands . Keeping your cooling system in working order is also important. So, this is also a good time to have a system flush. Getting the pump, hoses, fluids and belts checked is also part of proper cooling-system maintenance.
4) Check your tire pressure. Invest a few bucks in a tire gauge and check your tire pressure regularly (including the often-overlooked spare!) This helps to improve fuel efficiency, cut down on tire wear and tear and lets you know if your vehicle is correctly aligned.
5) Wash it. Washing not only keeps your vehicle looking good, it's also a good way to maintain that new-car finish. Allowing a layer of dead bugs, bird droppings, dirt and chemicals to accumulate on your vehicle can strip away wax and eventually paint. If you decide to wash your car yourself, don’t use household cleaning agents like hand soap, dishwashing detergent, or glass cleaner, which can also strip off the protective wax. Use a product designed specifically for cars.
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