There aren’t many ways better to unwind after a long week than to grab your rod and tackle box and head out to the lake. If you live in Fort Meade and drive a Chevy truck, you’ve got just about everything you need — namely, plenty of great places to fish nearby and a stylish and rugged pickup to get you there.
Just about a 40-minute shot up 98, Lake Hollingsworth is a definite must-do destination if you’re looking for a good catch. This lake isn’t just a great spot for catching bass and bluegill — it’s also a nice place to take a hike, go for a bike ride, or just enjoy the scenery.
Paynes Creek Historic State Park
Paynes Creek Historic State Park presents a golden opportunity for learning a bit about local history. Here in the present, it’s also a top local spot for fishing with waters stocked to the gills (pun intended) with fish.
Allen David Broussard Catfish Creek Preserve State Park
While it’s a bit more of a haul at about an hour’s drive from Fort Meade, Allen David Broussard Catfish Creek Preserve State Park is still worth visiting if you have a penchant for fishing. Based on the name, it’s hard to guess what you might stand to catch when you cast your line there.
Spring rain is on its way to Florida. To maximize your visibility and stay safe on the road, it’s essential to have well-maintained windshield wipers. Here’s a look at the signs that it’s time to replace your vehicle’s wiper blades.
A good set of windshield wipers should be relatively quiet. If they’re damaged, they’ll squeak, stutter, stall, or vibrate when in use.
Worn-out wipers will leave grimy streaks on the glass, limiting your visibility. They may also fail to clear away water in those spots.
Check your service records
Even if your car’s wiper blades aren’t showing these signs, it’s a good idea to consider the last time they were changed. Florida’s intense sun and precipitation can cause wiper blades to wear out more quickly than the typically recommended service interval suggests.
Helping wiper blades last longer
To get more service out of your car’s windshield wipers, consider these pointers. If you’ve got tough debris, like dried-on dead bugs or bird droppings, consider scrubbing them off with a squeegee instead of using the wipers. And to protect the rubber or silicone wipers from dry rotting, park in the garage or in the shade.
Need help getting your vehicle ready for inclement weather? Bring it in for a checkup at Greenwood Chevrolet in Ft. Meade, Florida.
It sets itself apart from the Stingray on a number of fronts. It boasts unique fascias, aerodynamic carbon-fiber components, and a reconfigurable rear spoiler that’s designed to handle cornering. On top of that, it sports a wider stance and even more ways to customize its design. You’ll be able to pick from 12 eye-catching colors, along with six brake caliper colors, seven interior color choices, and a whole swath of seatbelt, seating, interior trim, and wheel options.
“This new Z06 was designed and engineered to set a higher bar with increased levels of craftsmanship, personalization and performance so customers can truly have their own bespoke performance car,” explained vice president of Chevrolet, Steve Hill.
With both precision engineering and an athletic design, it’s easy to see how the 2023 Corvette Z06 honors the nameplate’s legacy of racing. According to Corvette executive chief engineer Tadge Juechter, this supercar has been tested on world-famous tracks ranging from the Circuit of the Americas to Nurburgring all the way over in Germany.
Want to get your very own 2023 Corvette Z06? Contact us at Greenwood Chevrolet in Fort Meade, Florida, to get your very own dream car.
Things are heating up here in Ft. Meade, Florida — and that means you’ll soon be running your car’s air conditioning system at full blast. But if your car’s climate control system isn’t smelling as fresh as you’d like, you’re not resigned to masking the stink with air fresheners or driving with the windows down. Here’s a look at some common causes of stale-smelling AC.
If your car’s AC smells more like an old gym bag or dirty locker room, you’ve probably got a grimy cabin air filter on your hands. Over time, these filters can pick up dust and bacteria, so do yourself a favor by swapping it out for a fresh one.
However, if it’s more a musty basement scent that you’re dealing with, it could point to a few potential issues. There could be mold on the inside of your car’s air vents, or it could indicate a malfunctioning drain tube leaking moisture into your cabin. To figure out which one you’re dealing with, check your car’s floor and footwells for moisture. If it’s damp, it’s probably a leaky drainage system. It’s also a good idea to clean the backs of your car’s air vents, while you’re tidying up.
Noxious chemical odors point to a refrigerant leak in your car’s climate control system. Sweet, syrupy smells, on the other hand, indicate that your vehicle has a damaged heater core, so have that checked out by the experts at Greenwood Chevrolet at your earliest convenience.
Need help pinpointing — or fixing — a problem with your car’s climate control system? Schedule an appointment with our factory-trained technicians at the Greenwood Chevrolet service center in Ft. Meade, Florida.