How to Make a Winter Emergency Kit for Your Car

Are you prepared this winter if your car would break down on the side of the road? It can happen anytime, anywhere. We’re sure you already have the necessary things to change a tire, but there are some additional…

Tips to Avoid a Collision with an Animal This Fall

Between 100-200 people die each year as a result of collision between their vehicle and an animal. Wow. Let’s go over some tips to help you avoid hitting an animal.

5 Reminders When Driving This Fall


 Fall is a time we all look forward to in Cincinnati.  Humidity is gone and we look forward to high school football tailgates, pumpkin patches, and spending time outside.  Because of the weather…

4 Easy Tips to Keep Your Car Fresh

Just think how much time you spend in your car every day. A lot, right? So if your car doesn’t smell fresh and clean, that’s not a very enjoyable experience. We get it, you’re busy and there are sweaty soccer players,…

The Best Monthly Checklist for Your Car

Your car is your right hand when it comes to work, play, getting kids to practices, and everything else your busy life requires. It truly takes quite a beating every single day. If not properly taken care of, little problems with your car can turn into…

Surviving a Long Road Trip



Long road trips can be difficult on the body. Literally, a real pain. We have some tips for you to stay comfortable and pain-free…

5 Steps to Make Your Car “Greener”

5 Steps to Make Your Car “Greener” Is your car brand new, or really old? It doesn’t matter. There are steps each and every car owner can take to ensure their vehicle is friendly to the environment, or “green”.

How Teen Drivers Get Their License in Ohio

Do you have a teen in the house that will be driving soon? You will want to read about the laws in Ohio concerning Teen Drivers.

Top 4 Spring Driving Safety Tips

Spring comes with a new set of conditions that drivers need to be aware of. At USA Collision Centers, we’ve compiled a list of 4 Spring Driving Safety Tips to keep you safe out there on the roads.

When Temperatures Drop, So Could Your Tire Pressure

The specific safety topic we want to focus on today is tire pressure. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, vehicles driving on tires underinflated by more than 25% are three times more likely to be involved in a crash related to tire problems than vehicles with proper inflation. And tires underinflated up to 25% run the risk of overheating, which can lead to tire failure, adversely affected handling or diminished tread life.