Tag Archives: the Foothills

Primarily Japanese Helps Customers Comply With New Tail Light & Brake Light Law

In case you have not heard, Arizona has a new law that requires all brake and tail lights on your vehicle must work properly. Failure to comply could get you pulled over and ticketed. This new tail light law, HB 2509, will take effect on August 6, 2016.   Now is a good time to make sure all your brake lights -- including the third brake light -- are working properly. Bring all your vehicles to Primarily Japanese for a safety inspection and we’ll help your vehicle comply with the new law.   Before this new law, only one working brake light was required. However, with various safety concerns, the new law gives police officers a greater ability to legally stop motorists without violating the Fourth Amendment rights against warrantless search and seizure.   According to the Arizona Capitol Times, Mike Williams, the lobbyist behind HB 2509, was created beca ... read more

Survival Tips for Your Car During Soaring Heat

For people who are new to the Tucson area, they are often shocked at how extreme our summer temps can get. We locals have dealt with temperatures over 100 degrees for a long time, and we have learned to deal with it. Here are some survival tips for your car during the soaring heat of Summer:   Test your car battery regularly. High temperatures can drain the life of your battery more quickly. You may have seen this with your cell phone and mobile devices. Same goes for your car battery. To make sure your car battery is not drained, test the battery regularly and keeping the top of the battery clean.   Protect your paint. If you regularly wax your vehicle or apply a paint protection sealant, your paint color will be better protected under the sizzling sun. Wax and paint sealers will help your red car stay red, rather than turn into a faded version. For best results, be sure to apply wax regularly.   Seek out shade. Shady spots will keep the interior temperatures of y ... read more

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