Car Care Tips for the New Year

Car Care Tips for the New Year

The New Year is only just getting underway, which means there’s still time for you to make your resolutions and commit to seeing them through to 2019. If you’re setting goals for the year, why not include some resolutions for your car, too? Use these car care resolution ideas, and go through 2018 feeling confident about your vehicle maintenance habits.   Schedule Regular Check-Ups   If you get into the practice of taking your vehicle in for regular check-ups with…

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Best Gifts for Car Lovers

Best Gifts for Car Lovers

Finding the right gift for the automotive enthusiast in your life can be a daunting task. That’s where we come in! We here at Bill Harris GM have a few recommended gifts for car lovers that will make their Christmas. Porsche 911: 50 Years If your car lover is a fan of performance, odds are they know plenty about the Porsche 911. Porsche 911: 50 years takes a closer look at the car throughout its half-century existence. As one of…

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100 Years of Chevrolet Trucks

100 Years of Chevrolet Trucks

  Prior to 1918, trucks were simply cars that people would buy, then modify on their own. It wasn’t until the 1918 Chevrolet One-Ton took to the road that the pickup truck segment was born. Now in its 100th year, Chevrolet is looking to celebrate on a large scale. After all, 100 years of Chevrolet trucks is certainly something worth celebrating. Creating an American icon isn’t easy, but Chevrolet succeeded spectacularly with the pickup truck. The 1918 Chevrolet One-Ton saw…

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Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Thanksgiving Travel Tips

  Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means dealing with holiday travel will become a necessity for millions of Americans. Naturally, that means a highly stressful experience, so to keep from pulling your hair out while you’re stuck in traffic, check out these quick and easy Thanksgiving travel tips from us here at Bill Harris GM. Travel Light                             More baggage means longer lines and more hassle. Avoid packing and traveling with bags if possible—instead, mail belongings to your destination…

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Most Iconic Chevrolet Trucks

Most Iconic Chevrolet Trucks

  Chevrolet is celebrating 100 years of trucks, and what better way to celebrate than to take a look back at some of the most memorable models that have graced the road throughout the years? Here are a few of our favorite iconic Chevrolet trucks! 1918 Chevrolet One-Ton Arguably the simplest, most straightforward truck ever created, the 1918 Chevrolet One-Ton was all about function. A rolling chassis, open cab, and four-cylinder engine delivered plenty of capability while allowing drivers to…

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History of Trick or Treating Reveals Halloween’s Spooky (and Ancient) Roots

History of Trick or Treating Reveals Halloween’s Spooky (and Ancient) Roots

For adults, annual costume parties are a big hit in late October, but for children, Halloween often means just one thing: trick or treating. Most of us have memories of dressing up and getting candy on Halloween night, but how did this holiday tradition come to be? Read this short history of trick or treating to find out! Like many holiday traditions, the roots of trick or treating are ancient. The modern custom developed over thousands of years and is…

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Tailgating Tips for This Football Season

Tailgating Tips for This Football Season

It’s football season, which means one thing when you’re a diehard football fan in Ohio: tailgating. Whether you’re out supporting your favorite college or professional football team, make sure you do it right with these tailgating tips. Pack smart: Fill your cooler with cans and bottles first, add a layer of ice, and place food containers and baggies on top. Don’t forget to bring paper plates, napkins, and plasticware—and then trash bags to clean up when you are finished. If…

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Last Minute Ohio Road Trips

Last Minute Ohio Road Trips

Photo by Jaknouse (Own work).   Ohio is a great place to live, work, and have fun, so if you want to have a few more adventures before the school year is in full swing, here are a few Ohio road trips to try. National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This fantastic museum is located in Dayton, the former home of the Wright Brothers. Here you can see pieces of real aviation history that stretch from the Wright Brothers to…

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Drive the 2018 Chevy Equinox on your Cedar Point Trip

Drive the 2018 Chevy Equinox on your Cedar Point Trip

We at Bill Harris GM know that one of the biggest perks of spending summer right here in Ashland, Ohio is that Cedar Point is only an hour’s drive away. As a result, it makes for an awesome day trip or weekend getaway. Of course, when you head out on your Cedar Point trip, you’ll also need a way to get there – and the new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox is the best way to keep everybody happy on the road….

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5 Truck Bed Uses for Your Chevy Silverado Besides Moving Stuff

5 Truck Bed Uses for Your Chevy Silverado Besides Moving Stuff

Wondering how to justify buying a Chevrolet Silverado when you’re not sure what to do with the truck bed besides moving stuff? There’s lots of truck bed uses – check ‘em out below! One Word: Tailgating This is an easy one. Lots of people use their trucks for tailgating every year. Bring along a grill, some nice tunes, and chairs, and anywhere becomes the party HQ. Join Local Parades There’s something outlandishly fun about decorating your Chevrolet Silverado and taking…

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