At Cape Auto, we are celebrating the summer with a special deal from now through August 31: Get a $15 – $25 Prepaid Visa Card with a qualifying purchase of a NAPA battery, alternator or starter. Your vehicle’s packed with sunscreen, beach balls and towels, but is it ready to make the drive? Of course […]

No one enjoys getting new tires. Let’s be honest: When you get a flat or can tell your vehicle is handling poorly in inclement weather, all you can see are dollars signs. That summer vacation coming up might have to wait if you need to shell out $$$ for quality tires. That’s when you’re tempted […]

Unless you’re obsessed about car maintenance, you probably don’t think about your engine or cabin air filters very often. Sure, like most car owners, you know you need regular oil changes, but you might be taken aback when the technician recommends a new engine filter — and even more so at the thought of a […]

Cape Auto’s Lobster “Penny” is enjoying winter in Plymouth inside the Cape Auto Collision Center where she’s warm and dry. Your car? Not so lucky. With winter skies dumping snow all over New England, your vehicle is probably coated in a nice grimy layer of salt and dirt — just like Penny’s convertible was. Going […]

Are Your Tires Safe? What You Need To Know: How long has it been since you got your tires changed? Are they aligned? Do you have snow tires to keep you safe in the New England winter? Do you need them? Here are some tire tips: Make sure your tires are properly inflated. Too much […]

Penny the Lobster usually lives down at the Cape Auto Service Center, basking in the sun at 53 Samoset St. in Plymouth. But, she is spending the winter warming her tail inside at the Cape Auto Collision Center at 115 Sandwich Street. She has made tons of friends at both locations of the business since […]

  How long has it been since you got your tires changed? Are they aligned? Do you have snow tires to keep you safe in the New England winter? Do you need them? Here are some tire tips: Make sure your tires are properly inflated. Too much or too little pressure can hurt your vehicle. […]