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Tips for Car Care in Rochester

Friday, July 8th, 2022

Since a car is an expensive investment, it’s important to take the best care of it that you possibly can. Here are tips to help you do this and get the best service out of your car in Rochester for a good part of its lifespan.

Service it Regularly

To ensure that you keep your Rochester car safe, it’s advisable to service it regularly. Don’t exceed the recommended mileage or time period without having regular service performed, which should include checking the brakes and changing the oil. When you do this, it will be easier for you to find out if anything is wrong with it and have it fixed. If you can avoid experiencing costly and risky breakdowns on the roads of Rochester, you will not only improve your safety, but you will also be able to drive with more peace of mind. According to the National Safety Council, a whopping 90% of motor vehicle accidents are a result of human error. It’s safe to assume that having a car in less than optimal condition can play a role in making mistakes while driving, so don’t ignore the importance of regular service for your car.

Rotate Your Tires

It’s advisable to rotate your tires every so often, as doing so can help increase the lifespan of your wheels. Depending on the condition of the roads you drive on, your driving speeds, and your car, the tires you have will wear out at different rates. You could rotate them after every 3,000 to 5,000 miles for better performance and considerable savings on your car-related expenses. It takes a short time to do but can help you stay safe while keeping your car in good shape.

Check the Battery

As winter comes and goes in Rochester, your car’s battery needs to be checked often. Doing this can help you ensure that you don’t get caught out with a dead battery on the highway. Make sure that the battery’s terminals are clean and tight because if they’re loose, they are more likely to corrode and leak battery fluid, which in turn predisposes the entire battery to crack or fail to function as it should. With over 16,000 car and home lockouts occurring every single day in the United States, it’s important to do your best to ensure that your car is not at risk of malfunctioning and accidentally leaving you locked out due to the battery’s state. It’s important to perform a visual check of the battery because it doesn’t send any warnings before it fails.

Check the Windshield Wipers

Your car’s windshield wipers are another important part to check and change regularly. This is because they make a difference in how well you can see while you drive, and maintaining a good vision of the road is the best way to improve your safety while driving. Whenever you start to notice streaks across your windshield when you wipe it with them, you should prioritize changing them.

Have a Professional Mechanic Fix it

Finally, don’t cut corners as far as taking care of your car goes. If you need it fixed or repaired, it’s advisable to seek the services of a registered mechanic. This applies to you, whichever brand of car you drive. If you have a Mercedes Benz, whose brand value in 2019 was $23.36 billion, you may need to take even more care of who you let work on your car. This is because it may be extra expensive to fix a failed attempt at fixing it and you may lower the value of your car considerably in the process.

These tips should help you take good care of your car in Rochester. When you know you’ve done the best that you can do for your car, you’re likely to lower the likelihood that you may need to replace it or perform an expensive repair on it.

Friday, July 8th, 2022
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Why Maintaining Your Car in Rochester Is So Important

Thursday, April 7th, 2022

You may be thinking about skipping out on that oil change or getting those brakes checked, but you should not. You should never skip out on your scheduled car maintenance in Rochester. The fact is, having reliable transportation in Rochester is a must, and skipping out on maintenance puts that reliability at risk. All the vehicles in the United States, including Rochester, travel trillions, yes trillions of miles, every single month. The reliability of your vehicle to take you the miles you need to go is directly related to how well you maintain your vehicle.

Road Worthiness

A road-worthy car is a car that you can take anywhere. In Rochester, your car has to be ready for anything from bad winter weather to summer storms. Having a car that is ready for the road whenever you have a place to go is essential to keeping up with your obligations. Sometimes simple things like replacing worn windshield wipers can make your car less than worthy to be on the road.

Skipping out on car maintenance in Rochester can mean missing out on having a car that you can count on to be ready to hit the road when you are. Taking the risk of getting on the road when your car is not road worthy puts you and other drivers in danger.

Car Maintenance is All About Dollars and Cents

About four out of five car repairs are done for durability reasons. Keeping your vehicle up to date on maintenance in Rochester ensures that your vehicle stays durable and reliable. You can avoid costly repairs by addressing the maintenance needs of your car. For example, it is a lot cheaper to replace brake pads than it is to wait to replace your brake pads after you have ruined the rotors and other parts of your brake system.

Car maintenance in Rochester saves you money. By staying on top of your car’s maintenance needs you can avoid costly unexpected breakdowns. Even the simple maintenance of having regular oil changes can extend the life of your vehicle by years. Keeping the car that you have is always cheaper than buying a new car. On-time maintenance keeps your car reliable and on the road.

Safety Should Be a Priority

A well-maintained vehicle is a safe vehicle. When you take your car to the mechanic in Rochester for maintenance, the mechanic does a full inspection of your vehicle and makes note of any parts that need to be replaced. For example, the mechanic will check your brake pads and tires for wear and provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about replacement.

A recent study provided by the Department of Highway Safety found that as much as 30% of the accidents on the highway system were relative to faulty parts on the vehicle. Maintenance can help to reduce the risk of accidents by keeping the parts on your car in good condition.

Of course, staying safe as you travel around Rochester also means avoiding breaking down on the roadside. In 2018, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, 21 people were killed on the side of the road after they broke down by other cars on the road. Car maintenance reduces the risk of breaking down.

Get Familiar With Your Maintenance Schedule

There is likely a lot you do not know about your car that you can learn about in your owner’s manual. If you have an older model car that you bought used that did not come with a manual you can look it up online. It is important that you learn all the little details about your car maintenance and safe operation that the dealership (both new and used dealerships) likely left out when you bought the vehicle. For example, if you drive a truck and pull a trailer you may not know what the safe operation weight is. Experts recommend that if your loaded trailer weighs more than 50% of the total weight of your truck you should use a weight-distribution system and likely will need more frequent oil changes.

Don’t skip out on vehicle maintenance in Rochester. Take care of your vehicle and it will take care of you.

Thursday, April 7th, 2022
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How to Deal With Pedestrian Safety in Rochester

Monday, January 24th, 2022

Rochester is no different than any other city in the U.S. when it comes to pedestrian safety. Pedestrian safety is given a high priority position in Rochester to help protect citizens. The Pedestrian Safety Action Plan (PSAP, see below for more information) is an NYS DOT plan to improve pedestrian safety on Long Island and Upstate, which includes some changes in Rochester. What can you do both as a motorist and as a pedestrian to improve pedestrian safety in and around the City of Rochester?

PSAP And What You Need to Know

The PSAP is a $110 million, five-year plan to improve pedestrian safety. The Department of Transportation will be working in identified areas to improve the visibility of crosswalks, improve signaling, add curb extensions, and more.

The goal is to help reduce motor vehicle accidents involving pedestrians. Motor vehicle accidents are the most frequent cause of personal injury, totaling about 52% of all personal injury cases. Pedestrians that are hit by motor vehicles and even a motorbike sustain serious injuries about 47% of the time. A combination of this program and driver and pedestrian awareness can improve pedestrian safety in Rochester.

As a Pedestrian Do This

There are ways you can protect yourself as you are walking around Rochester. One of the most common ways to be injured as a pedestrian is to not pay attention to where you are walking. Life is hectic for everyone and we often do not pay attention when we are rushing to our next appointment.

The U.S. is a fast-paced lifestyle. About 31 million people moved in 2019, proving that we are always on the move somewhere. The first order of business as a pedestrian is to slow down a bit and keep aware of your surroundings. More pedestrians are hit by cars because they step in front of a moving vehicle. Yes, you do have the right of way as a pedestrian, but you do have to be responsible and keep an eye on where you are going.

Pay attention to the traffic lights. Walking across the street against a red light is risky behavior, and illegal. When the light is not in your favor, stay still until the signal changes. Always walk on sidewalks when they are available. When sidewalks are not available, stay as far away from traffic as you can. When you have to walk on the side of the road, be sure to walk with oncoming traffic facing you. Pedestrians must yield to traffic if they are not at a crosswalk. If you are crossing mid-block and you are not in a crosswalk area, it is your responsibility to wait for all the traffic to pass.

If you have questions about pedestrian safety in Rochester and how you can do your part, there is a wealth of information online. There are about 900,000 new domains that are registered each week and there is always a way to find the information you need online.

As a Motorist

The real burden of safety for pedestrians in Rochester falls on the driver. As a driver, it can be frustrating when you constantly have to stop for pedestrians that are “jaywalking”. However, you must stop. Rarely if ever, if a driver hits a pedestrian, it is the driver not found at fault. Keep your eyes on the road and allow pedestrians the right of way. Distracted driving even for a few seconds can turn into a very tragic situation. Do not text and drive, do not eat and drive, do not do anything but drive when you are in the driver’s seat.

When you come to a crosswalk, even if the light is green for you, slow it down and prepare to stop if necessary. Pedestrians always have the right of way in a crosswalk and you must yield to them.

Working together we can make Rochester a safer place for both pedestrians and drivers. A little kindness on the road and following the rules can go a long way in reducing risk for everyone.

Monday, January 24th, 2022
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Rochester Is Ranked No. 5 in the Nation for Deer-Vehicle Collisions – What Can You Do to Stay Safe?

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
Rochester is ranked 5th in the nation for deer-vehicle collisions.

By Sammi Cohen

According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHSA), there are approximately 1.5 million deer-related car accidents annually, leading to 175 to 200 fatalities each year. Of course, this number pales in comparison to the number of human pedestrians killed in traffic accidents each year (4,700), but in certain areas of the country, deer collisions are a real threat.

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How Rochester Roads Are Recovering Post-Snowstorm

Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

By Melissa Brewer

As much as Rochester residents have grown used to rough winters, colder weather can nonetheless be rough on all of us. It’s become particularly difficult to prepare for winter snowstorms due to the yearly fluctuations in temperatures, making them harder to predict. In this past season, the wintertime has already been expensive due to regular costs. Usually, you can expect to have about 42% of your utility bill made up through heating, though these costs can of course rise during particularly harsh winters. However, the seasonal costs will only rise due to the recent snowstorm. Many of them will be associated with damage done at home, and will, therefore, be taken care of by individual homeowners by and large. A big concern, according to a consumer survey, will be roofing — 65% of homeowners reported that this was their major concern following weather damage, and a snowstorm can certainly do a good bit of damage to a typical roof.

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Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
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Are Electric Cars Worth It?

Monday, July 15th, 2019

By Samson Weinberg

Day by day, technology grows. Back in 2016, there were over 3.5 billion internet users. Over just three years, that number has increased to 4.33 billion. Not only is technological growth shown in internet usage, but in vehicles as well. In recent years, more and more consumer electric vehicles have been introduced and developed. With more than two dozen models now commercially available, some 800,000 Americans have made the switch to driving electric. These unique vehicles will supposedly help reduce fossil fuel consumption and curb carbon emissions over time. Keep in mind, if you plan on going off-roading, you’re going to need certain tires. There are four main types of off-road tires: all-terrain, mud-terrain, snow/winter, and sand. However, is this really the case? What are the benefits of driving electric? Like any vehicle choice, electric cars come with a series of pros and cons.

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Monday, July 15th, 2019
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NYS Construction Industry Has A Major Racial Disparity, Study Shows

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

By Sammi Cohen

People of color in central New York aren’t getting a fair number of jobs in the construction industry, a local study finds. According to a new study by the Urban Jobs Task Force and the Legal Services of Central New York, there’s a major racial disparity in the New York construction industry despite people of color making up a quarter of the state population.

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Wednesday, March 20th, 2019
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Rochester History Reflected in Collection of Bus Passes

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Gilbert Hunt was a trolley and bus operator with Rochester Transit Corporation for 40 years. His collection of transit passes is up for grabs. [IMAGE: From the collection of Gilbert Hunt]
By Mike Governale

Gilbert Hunt was a trolley and bus operator for Rochester Transit Corporation (the predecessor organization of RTS) from 1907 to 1948. When Gilbert retired in 1948 the Democrat & Chronicle published a story about him and his impressive collection of Rochester transit passes which he amassed over his long career. That collection is now up for grabs…

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Tuesday, August 15th, 2017
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Bike Share and You

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Map of potential bike share stations [PHOTO: Zagster]
By Matthew Denker

As some of you may have heard, bike shareexternal link is coming to Rochester.external link I’ve considered writing about it all sorts of ways. I thought about mentioning how manyexternal link other cities have it. Or how safeexternal link it is. Or even the specific plansexternal link for Rochester (warning: PDF). As you may have already guessed, I’m not about to do any of that. Instead, I’d like to discuss what bike share has meant for me over the past decade, and what it might mean for you too.

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Not In My Front Yard

Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Some neighbors who live along this road in Irondequoit would like sidewalks. Others would not. [IMAGE: RochesterSubway.com]
By Mike Governale

When Andrea Chervenak received a letter earlier this year from the Town of Irondequoit notifying her that a sidewalk was being proposed for her street, she was thrilled. Unfortunately for Andrea, her neighbors’ front lawns are more important than her children’s safety. To hammer this nonsensical point home, some people even made lawn signs…

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Saturday, August 13th, 2016

Midtown Plaza Under Construction [PHOTO: Buffalo Courier-Express 6/4/1961]
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Saturday, August 6th, 2016

Broad Street Bridge under (re)construction [PHOTO: Rochester Public Library, Division of Local History
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From local development to just plain news of the weird, here are your RocLinks for this past week…

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Saturday, June 25th, 2016

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Special Weekend Events Mark 60th Anniversary of Rochester Subway Closing

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

The Rochester subway station at Monroe Avenue (June 1956). The Rochester subway ended passenger service on June 30, 1956. [PHOTO: Rochester Municipal Archives]
By Mike Governale

The Rochester Subway stopped passenger service on June 30, 1956. To mark the 60th anniversary of the subway’s closing the New York Museum of Transportation external link will host a two-day weekend event filled with talks, trolley rides, demonstrations of the Subway’s fully restored “Casey Jones” speeder, food, and vendors…

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Movie Fans, Step Aboard the “Race” Bus

Saturday, May 14th, 2016

This 1948 Greyhound bus from the NY Museum of Transportation recently appeared in the movie 'Race' and is now open to museum visitors. [IMAGE: Provided]
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This fully restored vintage Greyhound bus appeared in the movie Race external link, the recent film about Jesse Owens’ fight to compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games where he won four gold medals. The bus will be open for visitors and tales from the restoration and filming of the bus will be told next Sunday at The New York Museum of Transportation…

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Saturday, April 30th, 2016

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From local development to just plain news of the weird, here are your RocLinks for this past week…

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