With COVID-19 mask orders and public mandates lifting, it’s finally time for the world to start getting back to normal. As you begin preparing for open travel in and around L.A., it’s important to remember that your BMW might need a bit of TLC. If your vehicle sat unused for a while during quarantine, it’s a great idea to give it some attention and get it back up to speed. Not only will this give you extra peace of mind, but it will also ensure optimal vehicle performance once you start consistently driving again. Before you return to your daily commute or begin planning that much-needed getaway, do yourself a favor and take care of these simple vehicle maintenance tasks.
Mini Coopers are notoriously fun to drive, but when your transmission starts giving you trouble, it’s no fun at all! Overall, MINIs are well-made and reliable vehicles – but they’re not without fault.
At The HAUS, we often consistently see the same types of transmission issues in Mini Coopers. If you own your vehicle long enough, there’s a chance you might encounter one or more of these common Mini Cooper transmission problems.
Nothing can ruin your day quite like being involved in an accident while driving your beloved BMW. No matter how careful you are, there’s a chance you’ll find yourself in this situation at some point. What you do next can make a major difference in how quickly and easily you can get back on the road. Here are a few quick tips that will help make the process of rehabbing your Bimmer as simple as possible.
Life in L.A. is finally getting back to normal, and we can’t wait to get out of the house and start enjoying some of the area’s best beaches, bars, and restaurants with maskless abandon! If it’s been a while since you’ve been out, you’ll want to make a great choice next time you make dinner plans.
Whether you’re looking for a fancy, sit-down affair or a casual beer by the beach, you can’t go wrong with a visit to one of these local hot spots.