If you’ve ever been out and about and suddenly found yourself craving a hot, fresh pizza, you’re gonna love the sound of this: a new update to the Chevrolet Marketplace offers Domino’s® as its latest merchant, meaning you can now order and pay for your pizza on the go.
Using Domino’s® on Chevrolet Marketplace is easy: Create or use your existing Pizza Profile via the Domino’s® website or app and link it to Chevrolet Marketplace. With your Pizza Profile, you’ll be able to set your delivery/pick-up preferences, a preferred payment method, and your favorite store. Then, ordering your pizza is as simple as a few taps of the touchscreen.
“We admire Chevy’s commitment to providing the technology that consumers want the most,” said Chris Roeser, director of digital experience at Domino’s®. “Now, Marketplace will provide pizza lovers an easy way to order the pizza they love.”
Chevrolet Marketplace was first introduced in 2017 and is available as a free service on millions of connected Chevrolet vehicles.
If you love pizza and you have an eligible 2017 or newer Chevrolet, you too can order Domino’s® from the comfort of the driver’s seat. To learn more about the latest innovations from Chevrolet, including the features and functions of Chevrolet Marketplace, visit us at Terryville Chevrolet.
The return of spring means that it’s a great opportunity to get your affairs in order at home with a bit of spring cleaning. Once you’ve pared down your closet and spruced up your yard, take some time out and act on these great spring cleaning tips for your car.
Wash Your Car
Leaving winter debris and road salt residue on your vehicle doesn’t just make it look unsightly, it can also wear down the paint and cause significant problems over time. To avoid this, grab a bucket, soap, and the hose and wash your car when the weather turns warm. Scrub your car down and make sure to hose off the undercarriage to help prevent rust. Finally, dry the car in its entirety with a clean microfiber towel, and stand back to admire the shining result of your hard work.
Clean the Interior
You likely don’t take a lot of time to clean out your car in the winter, which means your floors and upholstery could be littered with leaves, salt, dirt, and even trash you just never got around to cleaning up. Now that warmer weather has arrived, it’s time to clean it all out. Clean out any trash, wash your floor mats, vacuum your carpeting and upholstery, and give all of your interior surfaces a much-needed wipe down.
If your spring cleaning checklist includes getting out of an old car and into a fresh new Chevrolet, we can help you here at Terryville Chevrolet.
Although road salt does wonders for making snow-covered roads drivable again, it does a number to the undercarriage and side panels of your car. If left to fester, the corrosive substance will rust and chew away at the metal, which could be dangerous. Keep your car rust-free and protected from corrosion by following these road salt protection tips this winter.
Pre-treat your car: Be ready for winter even before it hits. Give the whole vehicle a good wash and wax to shield it from salt, and have the undercarriage treated with an oil solution that does the same thing.
Watch where you drive: Avoid getting close to snow plows, puddles of water, and piles of snow in parking lots. All of these places are filled with salt.
Wash your vehicle: After a snowstorm passes and the plows return to their posts, head to a car wash to clean off the salt. Look for a place that offers a thorough under-spray.
According to the DMV, the most susceptible places on your car to salt damage are the exhaust system, muffler, coil springs, subframe, and hydraulic brake system. Pay particular attention to these areas washed when protecting your car from road salt.
If your car needs maintenance or repairs done this winter, bring your car to the Terryville Chevrolet service garage. We’ll gladly make sure your ride is ready for miles to come.