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Staying Safe with Backyard Fireworks Displays

June 2020

With most, if not all community Fourth of July fireworks celebrations being canceled this year due to the COVID 19 pandemic, many families will be creating their own backyard fireworks displays.  With so many doing their own thing it is critically important to recognize the potential risks that handling fireworks present. Fireworks Can Be Dangerous…[ Read More ]

Doing Auto Repairs Around COVID 19

April 2020

The COVID 19 crisis has forced many small businesses, like ours, to change the way we serve our customers. At a time when we need to be extra diligent in our efforts to prevent the spread of COVID 19, Beck’s Auto Center has established the following procedures. . Business Hours:  Monday – Friday, 9am-3pm Oil…[ Read More ]

Are Your Tires Ready for Spring Break?

February 2020

Spring Break trips are just around the corner and those who will be driving to their final destination will want to make sure their tires are ready.  When it comes to inspecting or replacing your tires let your Lafayette area tire shop help you stay safe in your travels. . Check Your Tires Before Hitting…[ Read More ]

Should I Repair or Replace My Vehicle?

January 2020

Your aging vehicle is headed into the shop again. The first thought on most people’s minds is, “Is it time to get a new vehicle or should I continue to repair this one?” Everyone seems to have a theory on when to repair a car and when to get a new one. But you know…[ Read More ]

Some Fun and Interesting Facts about Thanksgiving

November 2019

Over the River and Through the Woods with 55 Million Other Holiday Travelers According to AAA, more than 55 million travelers will celebrate Thanksgiving with a trip of 50 miles or more away from home over the Thanksgiving holiday. This is an additional 1.6 million more people traveling overall compared to last year, an increase…[ Read More ]

Family Friendly Trick or Treat Locations in Greater Lafayette

October 2019

Each year we like to highlight some of the kid friendly Halloween activities in our community.  We’ve added a couple of new events that should provide a fun, educational and not “too spooky” experience for your children. Boo at the Zoo October 23, 24, and 25 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm Columbia Park Zoo This…[ Read More ]

The Essentials of Tailgating

September 2019

Football season is back and that means fans of high school, college and NFL football teams are gearing up to cheer their teams on to victory.  Part of the game day experience is getting to the stadium early and tailgating prior to and after the game.  Tailgating has become ubiquitous with attending football games and…[ Read More ]

Labor Day Marks the End of Summer and Honors America’s Workers

August 2019

Labor Day for most of us represents two major events … the end of summer and the opportunity to recognize the millions of Americans that go to work every day. Recognizing Our Workers Labor Day, which is celebrated on the first Monday in September, honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have…[ Read More ]

Are Your Children Ready for a New School Year?

July 2019

Summer has flown by and ready or not school starts in just a few weeks.  As parents we all want to make sure the new school year starts off on a positive note.  So here are a few suggestions from parents and educators that should help as they go back to school. Two weeks prior…[ Read More ]

Think Safety First When Using Fireworks

June 2019

Fireworks are a traditional means of celebrating the 4th of July.  Each year around this holiday thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks. Fireworks Can Be Dangerous Two hundred people are injured each day in fireworks-related accidents around the July 4th Independence Day holiday. About two-thirds of the…[ Read More ]

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