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Moms, Dads and Grads

By Heidi Robertson on May 3, 2022 11:23:38 AM

Another season for giving is coming upon us. We at DeBoer’s Auto want to help you deliver the perfect gift to your loved ones.

Topics: Gift Certificate Special
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Orange Glazed Bacon

By Heidi Robertson on Apr 28, 2022 11:45:00 AM

When planning your Mothers Day brunch consider this tasty side that packs the most pleasant surprise.  On their own, these bacon strips are so delicious that you will want to at least double the recipe or you'll find that the dish is half empty from being snitched before it's time to serve. Crumbled, they are a nice addition to a quiche or wrap them around some pineapple to give a lovely sweet and savory option. 

1 cup orange juice
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Which Is Better--Synthetic Or Conventional Oil?

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 26, 2022 2:35:51 PM

More cars over the years have adopted synthetic oil for good reasons. The average person might not know the differences between synthetic and conventional oil, but it’s important information to have so you know exactly what is going into your vehicle. We’ve provided you with some valuable information so you know your vehicle is getting exactly what it needs to perform properly.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto Oil Change Hamburg NJ
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What You Need To Know About Your Vehicle’s Brake Lines

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 22, 2022 11:41:49 AM

The brake lines in your vehicle are what connect your hydraulic brake fluid system to the brake calipers that are on the wheels which perform the stopping when you press the brake pedal. They are a very intricate and important piece of the braking system and need to be looked at and addressed if there are any problems. When you bring your vehicle into DeBoer’s Auto, we will always inspect your brake lines so you will have peace of mind knowing yours are in good shape or need attention.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair brakes and rotors
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What To Know About The Repair Act And How You Can Help

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 20, 2022 11:04:51 AM

DeBoer’s Auto takes a lot of pride in helping customers with their vehicles in more ways than they think they need. We can do this by identifying potential future problems in your vehicle and addressing them before they become more costly. The information and resources available to us are what makes it possible, but this information is in jeopardy. An important Act is in front of Congress right now called the Repair Act, and we could use our customers’ help in supporting us.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Fleet Operators: Be Aware Of A New Law Impacting You

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 15, 2022 12:29:31 PM

A new law is going into effect on April 18, 2022, that all fleet operators need to know about. Governor Murphy signed a bill into place that requires written disclosure to employees that drive vehicles for a company with GPS tracking devices on them. You want to take the necessary actions to comply with the new law as quickly as possible, or you may have to face consequences. Here are some of the basic details you need to know about the new law.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Enjoy a smooth ride this spring

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 12, 2022 2:25:03 PM


Deboer’s auto wants to make sure you enjoy a safe and comfortable ride. Get up to $75 back rebate in the form of a TechNet Professional Prepaid Mastercard on steering and suspension purchase and

Topics: steering and suspension
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Show And Tell With Your Vehicle Is Our Responsibility At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 8, 2022 2:17:41 PM

Most people have played show and tell when they were kids and it’s something we also have a responsibility to do at DeBoer’s Auto. If you happen to be waiting at our shop while your vehicle is being repaired or maintained, we will inspect the vehicle and allow you to come take a look at the recommended repairs. This allows you to talk to our technician about your vehicle and ask any questions you might have. We take great pride in being transparent with our customers and believe it’s our responsibility to do so. 

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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5 Vehicle Exhaust System Problems You Need To Know About

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 6, 2022 12:55:00 PM

At DeBoer’s Auto, we see a lot of different problems with vehicles when people bring them to our shop. Sometimes you might have problems with your exhaust system and not even know it. We’ve explained five of the most common issues we see with exhaust systems so you know what to look for with your vehicle.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Bertha Benz

By Emily Mercado on Mar 31, 2022 11:14:00 AM

Bertha Benz is one of the most important women in the automotive industry. She helped fund and was instrumental in the development of Benz & Cie which would become the Mercedes-Benz group. Bertha was born Cacilie Bertha Ringer to the affluent Karl and Auguste. Bertha and her eight siblings lived in a city in southwest Germany on the east bank of the Rhine. Her wealth allowed her to be educated which fueled her drive to prove the worth of females.

While Bertha had a long line of wealthy suitors she chose a poor engineer. Karl Benz the founder of Benz & Cie and the creator of the first practical automobile. Karl Benz is known and regarded as the father of the automotive industry. 

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Beautiful and delicious Easter Bread

By Heidi Robertson on Mar 29, 2022 11:06:22 AM

Easter is coming, Easter is coming!  On Easter morning the family gathers around the living room as the little ones attack their baskets full of goodies. When the commotion settles we join each other around the breakfast table. There we are greeted with piping hot, delicious, and beautiful Easter bread. This has been a tradition for as long as I can remember. It's essential to get fueled up with breakfast before heading to church and returning for the egg hunt contest.

1 c. lukewarm milk
1/2 c. plus 1 tsp. granulated sugar, divided
1 0.25-oz. Or (2 1/2 tsp) or package active dry yeast
4 1/2 c. all-purpose flour
2 tsp. kosher salt
2 large eggs

Topics: Easter Bread
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Gladys Mae West

By Emily Mercado on Mar 24, 2022 11:48:58 AM

Gladys Mae West made the world more accessible by contributing to the development of the GPS. West, born in Sutherland, Virginia was raised on her family’s farm where she worked most of her childhood. Her early experience in the farming industry created a yearning for education. Due to her family’s financial situation West prioritized excelling in school to earning an opportunity to go to university.

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Maximize Visibility While Driving By Solving Common Headlight Problems

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 22, 2022 11:45:00 AM

When it comes to your vehicle’s headlights, there are a few problems that could occur that impact the brightness of the bulb. And when the bulb brightness isn’t what it should be, your visibility could be lower and lead to a dangerous driving situation. The good news is most of the time the problem with low visibility due to bulb brightness can be fixed easily. Sometimes you might even be able to fix the problem at home by yourself. We’ve discussed some of the common problems you might experience with your headlights and how they can be solved.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Charlotte Bridgwood, Mary Anderson and Florence Lawrence

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 17, 2022 11:45:00 AM

Charlotte Bridgwood could see the future clearly before anyone else. This mother of three went from vaudeville actress to inventor, changing the world forever. Her family, like many people in Ireland, left due to the Great Famine. Charlotte’s family emigrated to Canada where she would be born and create a life. She married George Bridgwood, an English carriage builder. Together they had three children, their most well-known being Florence Lawrence who acted in her mother’s company. When her husband died of accidental coal gas in 1898 Charlotte moved her family to Buffalo, New York to live with her mother. 

Topics: women in history
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Dorothee Pullinger - Automotive Women

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 15, 2022 11:40:16 AM

Women like Dorothee Pullinger had to pave a way for themselves and other women aspiring to be in the automotive industry. In a male-dominated industry in a time when women couldn't vote in most major countries, Pullinger made a name for herself. Pullinger, born in France, moved to England at eight years old with her eleven younger siblings. Pullinger being the daughter of engineer Thomas Charles Pullinger wanted to follow in her father’s footsteps. After an unenthusiastic year at secretarial college, Pullinger was able to secure a position as a Draftsperson with Arrol-Johnston. 


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What You Need To Know About Your Vehicle’s Start-Stop Technology

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 10, 2022 2:58:04 PM

Start-stop technology is common in many new vehicles today. If you recently bought a new vehicle and weren’t aware it has start-stop technology, you might have been surprised when the car turned off when you stopped at a red light. It can seem like the vehicle stalls out, but it’s just the technology kicking in. Whether your vehicle has start-stop technology or if you’re thinking about buying one that has it, here are a few things you need to know about it.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Learn About Your Vehicle’s Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 8, 2022 11:45:01 AM

Most new cars nowadays have something called ADAS, which stands for Advanced Driver Assistance System. This system is designed to help you drive safer and be more aware of your surroundings on the road. If you purchased a new vehicle in the last few years, you might notice various lights, chimes, and noises in your vehicle when you’re driving. This is part of ADAS and here are some of the main points you should know about it.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Drive Worry-Free With The Four-Step Proven Process At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 3, 2022 1:14:26 PM

DeBoer’s Auto is proud to be celebrating 40 years in business this year. And what we are most proud of is the processes we have in place to ensure every customer is taken care of properly. We have a simple four-step process to help us achieve this and we have refined it over the years to stay up with the times and give our customers what they need to drive safely and worry-free on the road. It’s the best process out there and we’ve explained the steps to you below.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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New tires can make your road trip smooth riding

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 1, 2022 12:04:29 PM

The calendar has flipped to March, spring is on its way and if you are like most of us, you are probably suffering from a little cabin fever. Never fear, spring is right around the corner. With that, you might be dreaming about time outdoors or even venturing out for a road trip. Lucky for you, for the months of March and April General Tire is offering a rebate promotion on qualifying sets of tires purchased.

Topics: general tires tires
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Common Problems And Solutions With Car Windshields

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 22, 2022 12:42:18 PM

Windshields are obviously one of the most important pieces of glass on your vehicle. Visibility is critical when you’re driving and any time you can’t see clearly, you’re putting yourself and others at risk of getting seriously injured. Accidents can happen any time when a rock or other debris hits your windshield and cracks it, so taking swift action is important. Here are some of the most common problems and solutions to be aware of with car windshields. 

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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What To Know About Your Vehicle’s Washer System

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 18, 2022 11:45:00 AM

With the winter season here and road salt being poured all over the roads, keeping your vehicle clean requires a little extra effort. One of the components to help you do this is your washer system. When you use the right fluid and it works properly, your washer system can keep your visibility very good through virtually any driving conditions. Some things can go wrong, though, so we’ve explained how the system works and what to look for if you’re experiencing any issues.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Choose The Right Wiper Blades To Prevent Visibility Issues

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 15, 2022 11:28:37 AM

Wiper blades don’t often get a lot of credit for what they do until they don’t work as well as they should. There’s nothing worse than getting in your vehicle when it’s raining and your wiper blades leave streaks across your windshield. This is especially true at night when you have reflections coming from different sources and visibility is difficult. Having the right type of wiper blades is important to ensure your visibility remains good at all times. There are two types of wiper blades to know about and we’ve broken down the differences for you.

Topics: carmaintenance DeBoer's Auto
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Remember Your Cabin Air Filter During Routine Maintenance Checks

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 12, 2022 4:04:00 PM

Do you know what the cabin air filter is in your vehicle? If you don’t, you’re not alone. Many vehicle owners have never heard of a cabin air filter, and if they have, they don’t always know where it’s located or what its purpose is. The truth is it’s a very important part of your vehicle and helps ensure you breathe clean air while you’re driving. Here’s what you need to know about your cabin air filter.

Topics: carmaintenance DeBoer's Auto
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Best Ways To Remove Snow From Your Vehicle And Why It’s Important To Do

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 10, 2022 4:04:05 PM

When you’ve gone through a snowstorm and the snow has finally stopped falling, it’s important to prioritize cleaning it off of your vehicle. There are several reasons why it’s important, but mostly to keep you and others safe while driving. We’ve discussed some of the proper tools to use and the best methods for removing snow from your vehicle after a snowstorm.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Putting your safety first... Brakes and Rotors

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 3, 2022 12:32:56 PM

If you are hearing a grinding or squealing noise when you apply pressure on your brakes, this is a common symptom of worn-out or faulty brakes. These noises are obvious and pretty recognizable, which is a good thing: they alert you that it's time to have your vehicle checked out as soon as possible. Other indications of a faulty brake system in need of attention if you are feel a vibration in your brake pedal or the steering wheel, or if your vehicle pulls in one direction or the other while engaging the brakes.

Topics: brakes and rotors
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Swedish meatballs

By Heidi Robertson on Feb 1, 2022 11:45:00 AM

On a cold winter's eve, these delicious Swedish meatballs are a great way to warm you up and satisfy your taste buds and hunger. This go-to comfort dish has always been a treat and although the recipe makes more than enough, there never seem to be any for leftovers. 🙄

1 lb ground beef
1 lb ground pork
¼ cup flat-leaf parsley, chopped
½ tsp ground allspice
½ tsp ground nutmeg
¾ cup yellow onion, grated 
2 tsp salt

Topics: Swedish meatballs delicious and easy
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Best Practices To Prepare For The Next Winter Storm

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jan 27, 2022 12:48:34 PM

The winter season is in full swing so you don’t want to get caught off guard during the next winter storm. Preparing your car is one of the most important things you can do so you can keep your day-to-day life moving as smoothly as possible. There are a few things you should remember to do every time you park your vehicle so you don’t have issues the next morning. Consider these best practices and you’ll be prepared for the next winter storm.

Topics: carmaintenance DeBoer's Auto
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Buy Out Your Vehicle Lease Today And Save Money

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 28, 2021 10:16:00 AM

When you were deciding on whether to buy or lease your current vehicle, you might have concluded that leasing was your best option at the time. In some situations, leasing might make more sense for people. However, during these unprecedented times we are living in, you should strongly reconsider your lease and think about converting it to a traditional auto loan. We’ve discussed some of the options you might have so you can consider what is best for you.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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A Hess Toy Truck Makes A Great Gift This Holiday Season

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 24, 2021 10:15:46 AM

The holiday season can be difficult sometimes when you don’t know what gifts you want to buy for someone. Consider thinking outside the box this year and giving someone this year’s model of the Hess toy truck. Hess toy trucks have been around for many years and people have collected them for a long time. It would be a perfect gift for kids to begin a Hess truck collection or even for an adult to continue their collection. Here is some more information about Hess toy truck collections.

Topics: gift giving DeBoer's Auto
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Properly Managing Your Fleet Can Prevent Major Problems

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 21, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Many business owners with a fleet have one thing in common--they struggle with managing their fleet. It’s virtually impossible to do it on your own with the other responsibilities you have to juggle. And you might not have the budget to hire a dedicated fleet manager to stay on top of your vehicles. Not managing your fleet properly can lead to high expenses later on, but we have a possible solution that can help you in many ways.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto fleet check list
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Tasty Lasagna

By Heidi Robertson on Dec 14, 2021 11:45:00 AM

This lasagna recipe is our family's favorite. It's always requested for holidays, birthdays, or Sunday dinners. We like to make it on a weekend when we have no guests so that we have enough for leftovers then freeze some for a quick delicious meal during the week.

1 box Barillo no-bake lasagna noodles
1-1/4 lb Italian sausage
3/4 lb ground beef
1 medium onion, diced
3 garlic cloves, minced
3 cans 15 oz crushed tomatoes

Topics: lasagna
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Why You Should Have A Backup Key For Your Car

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 14, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Car keys are very expensive today because they require special programming to operate. Some people make the mistake of passing on buying a spare key because of the cost and just rely on themselves to not lose the key. However, unexpected circumstances can happen so it’s always best to be prepared rather than be left stranded somewhere. Here are some reasons why you should have a backup key for your car if you don’t already.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Synchrony Financing Winter 2021

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 9, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The cold weather is here and the holidays are coming. This can put some extra stress on you, your vehicle, and your wallet. But putting off repairs or winter services on your vehicle can add up to even larger and preventable expenses.

Now through December 31, 2021, You can get up to a $75 Visa Prepaid card with qualifying purchases. It's just a little way to help you make sure your holidays are merry and bright! 

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Do You Know The True Cost Of Your Fleet Vehicles?

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 7, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Fleet operators have a lot of different things to juggle. This is especially true if the fleet operator is the business owner, which is often true with smaller businesses. It’s easy to track the major expenses with your fleet, but if you want to get down to the details of the true cost of your fleet vehicles, a lot of time and effort is involved. Most business owners don’t have that kind of time, so DeBoer’s Auto is here to help you manage and control your fleet costs.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto fleet check list
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Problems You May Experience With Your Car’s Key Fob

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 2, 2021 8:18:33 PM

The days of using a traditional key to turn on a vehicle are in the past and they’ve been replaced with new technology. The smart remotes and all-in-one keys we have now with push-button starts are fancy and convenient, but there are plenty of problems associated with this convenience. Here are some of the most common problems you could experience with your car’s key fob that you should be aware of and prepare for.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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What You Need To Know About Window Tinting In New Jersey

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 30, 2021 11:45:00 AM

You might remember several years ago when safety inspections used to be required in New Jersey. Many people would pull up for their inspection and roll down their two front windows hoping the inspector didn’t notice they were tinted since it would mean the inspection would fail. While the safety inspections no longer take place, it’s still not legal to have your windows tinted in New Jersey and we’ve explained what you need to know.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Holiday Gifts To Consider Giving This Year

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 25, 2021 1:04:00 PM

We’re starting the holiday season, so you might be beginning to think about what you’ll give your family or friends this year. When it comes to a person’s vehicle, they often won’t buy things that will make their driving experience a luxury. They will usually save that money for necessities, which gives you the opportunity to get them some of those luxury items this year. Here’s a short list of things to keep in mind.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Support Your Local Community This Holiday Shopping Season

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 23, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The holiday shopping season is here! If you haven’t already made your wish list or received the wish lists of loved ones, then it’s time to start getting them together. This year, instead of automatically going to the big box stores or shopping with large companies online, see what you could do to support local businesses. Small business owners have had a tough time since the beginning of the pandemic and our support is critical to their success.

Topics: Buy Local DeBoer's Auto
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Brined Turkey for Your Thanksgiving

By Heidi Robertson on Nov 19, 2021 3:07:42 PM

Getting up at the crack of dawn on Thanksgiving morning can produce delicious results, but here's a little secret that can let you to sleep quite a bit longer and still result in a moist delicious turkey.

Topics: Thanksgiving Recipe
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Be Extra Aware On The Road During Deer Season

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 16, 2021 2:34:51 PM

It’s deer season in New Jersey, which means deer are more active than normal. Pay close attention to the roads when you’re driving over the next couple of months because hitting a deer can cause significant damage to your vehicle. Deer can be hard to see at night, so we’ve provided you with some tips on how to stay safe on the road during deer season.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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Continental fall and winter tire promo

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 13, 2021 1:22:21 PM

While the weather is nice and mild right now, the winter months are upon us, and before things take a turn and the weather gets rough, we want to remind you of the  importance of having a good set of tires on your vehicle. To help keep you safe on the roads this winter, give us a call or go to our website and our virtual employee Otis will be happy to provide you with a quote. 

If you are in the market for new tires, you are in luck. In the month of November, you can get a $70 Visa® Prepaid Card with the purchase of 4 qualifying passenger Continental Tires!*

Topics: tire
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The Right Accessories Can Improve The Functionality Of Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 11, 2021 2:42:57 PM

At DeBoer’s Auto, we focus a lot of our attention on fixing vehicles and providing regular maintenance to prevent problems from occurring. One thing we don’t talk about often that we offer is vehicle accessories. Whether it’s a roof rack or a quality floor mat, you don’t have to go shopping elsewhere for them. Think about the accessories that could make your life and travels a little easier and then reach out to us before purchasing them.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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A New Battery Makes Your Car More Reliable In The Winter

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 9, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Not many things are worse than getting into your vehicle and finding out that it won’t start. Most of the time this is because your battery is dead or very weak, which means you’ll have to jump-start it to get you where you need to go. While we all want our car battery to last as long as possible, the truth is it can get weak quickly and unexpectedly to the point where it needs to be replaced. 

Topics: DeBoer's Auto TechNet DieHard Battery
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Repel Mice From Your Vehicle With A Simple Solution

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 4, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Whether you have an obvious mouse problem at your home or not, there’s still a chance you could have one at any time. Mice can cause major damage in and around your home in many ways, including on your vehicle. They love getting under the hood during the winter since it’s warmer than being outside in the weather elements. The problem is they can cause serious damage to your vehicle. We’ve explained a potential solution to keep them away.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Chicken Parmesan the Way to Joe's Heart

By Heidi Robertson on Nov 3, 2021 11:45:00 AM

This recipe is a "famous favorite" of the Giannetti family. 
It's the perfect dish to serve for a quiet family dinner. Joe's family spends their Sunday's preparing for
family dinners. If they're lucky, there are left overs for some next-day chicken parm sandwiches.

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, pounded thin.
Salt black pepper
2 cups flour, season with salt and pepper
4 large eggs, beat, add 2 tablespoons water, salt and pepper
Topics: chicken parmesan
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Come Play Show-And-Tell With DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 28, 2021 2:11:32 PM

Our employees at DeBoer’s Auto love to come to work every day for many reasons. One is because we all love working on cars and making customers happy, but we also genuinely like to have fun. A game we like to play often is show-and-tell. You might have played this when you were a kid or play it with your children now and can attest to how great of a game it is. We take it up a notch at DeBoer’s Auto and get our customers involved in our show-and-tell games by letting them see their vehicle in our shop while we tell them what they need to know about it. 

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Cooper Tire Fall Special Promotion

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 19, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Earn up to a $70 Visa Prepaid Card or Virtual account when you buy a new set of four qualifying tires.*

Now- November 08, 2021, during the Cooper® Fall/Winter Rewards Promotion

Topics: Cooper Tire
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Meet Jess,  Our New Employee At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 2, 2021 7:06:47 AM

DeBoer’s Auto is pleased to announce the hire of our new employee, Jess. Jess previously worked at a lawn mowing company and has a significant amount of experience working on vehicles. In fact, she grew up around cars and performs work on her vehicle herself. We are confident in her ability to do a great job at DeBoer’s Auto and we fully expect our customers to feel the same way. Here’s a little more to know about Jess.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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How Otis Can Help You At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 30, 2021 11:45:00 AM

DeBoer’s Auto always strives to provide the best for our customers, whether it’s the work we do on vehicles, the pricing, or any other type of service. We understand everyone has busy schedules and might not have the time to call us to schedule vehicle service appointments, so we’ve made the process easier for you. Otis is our new virtual assistant chatbot that can help you with a variety of things. All you have to do is click on the lower right-hand corner of the website and ask Otis any questions you have. Here are the benefits you can experience.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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French Onion Soup

By Heidi Robertson on Sep 28, 2021 11:45:00 AM

When you think about the changes of the season from summer to fall, everyone seems to go gaga over pumpkin spice and apples. For those of you with sweet tooth's, that's great but for some, we (and I mean me) are all about the soups, stews, and hearty, savory dishes. The sweaters get pulled out of the closets, the Dutch ovens and the crock pots get placed on the counter and the delightful dishes of the fall start making their way into dinner rotation. 

One of my favorites is a good old French onion soup. 

Topics: French Onion Soup
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Get Your Mercedes Sprinter Van Repaired Quicker At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 16, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The Mercedes Sprinter Van is a great vehicle, but it’s also a very common one that we see in our shop at DeBoer’s Auto. The biggest problem is we often were not able to do the repair in-house because we did not have the equipment or parts to be able to work on them. This meant we had to send the vehicle to Mercedes to get repaired or the customer had to do so. We never like to make our customers jump through hoops or spend any extra money if it can be avoided, so we are thrilled to have acquired the Mercedes scan tool so we can handle most repairs to Mercedes Sprinter Vans in-house.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Safety Triangle Part 3 - Take Care Of Your Steering & Suspension System

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 14, 2021 4:19:38 PM

The average driver doesn’t know a lot about their steering or suspension system, but that doesn’t make it any less important to maintain. Not keeping your shocks and struts operating properly might not hinder your day-to-day driving or create a noticeably different driving experience, but it could negatively impact you in an emergency situation. Part three of our three-part series on the safety triangle discusses what you need to know about maintaining your steering and suspension system.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Safety Triangle Part 2 - Understanding Your Brake System

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 9, 2021 5:14:27 PM

It’s always important to ensure your brake system is operating at maximum capacity. If they aren’t working at maximum capacity, they could still work effectively enough for a little while, but they will eventually fail quicker as well. The last thing you want to experience is a situation where you have to slam on the brakes in an emergency and they don’t work how they should. Part two of our three-part series on the safety triangle explains everything you need to know about maintaining your brake system.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Safety Triangle Part 1 - What To Know About Your Tires

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 7, 2021 11:57:49 AM

At DeBoer’s Auto, we focus a lot of attention on the safety triangle to educate our customers and inform them of why it’s important. There are three parts to the safety triangle and part one is the tires. People often take their tires for granted and simply air them up when they are low on air. There’s a little more you should do with them, though, to keep them properly maintained and safe to drive on. Here’s what you need to know and do with your tires regularly.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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General Tire Delivers Quality, Dependability and More

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 3, 2021 11:58:07 AM



The change of seasons is the perfect time to prepare your SUV or Light Truck with new Tires.

Topics: general tire prepaid visa card fall drive
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Why Flushing Transmission Fluid Is A Win-Win Situation For Vehicle Drivers

By Bill DeBoer on Aug 26, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Flushing out your automatic transmission is a service you should do regularly to keep your transmission alive and operating without any problems. If you don’t stay on top of this service, you could end up spending a significant amount of money in the long run when you have to get it replaced. We always recommend that our customers get a transmission fluid flush according to the manufacturer’s recommended timeline and here are some of the reasons why and how we do it.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Roasted Grape & Blue Cheese Crostini

By Heidi Robertson on Aug 24, 2021 11:45:00 AM

This tasty little combination with the strong bite of the blue cheese and the sweetness of the grapes on top of the crunchiness of the crostini is just heavenly. Serve it at your next gathering, or plate some up for a little snack with a glass of your favorite wine, it's so good. 

Blue Cheese Spread
1 c crumbled blue cheese 
½ c sour cream 
2 fresh sprigs of thyme
1/4 t grated nutmeg
1T olive oil

Roasted Grapes
4 c red seedless grapes
olive oil spray
2 fresh sprigs of thyme

1 baguette (crusty French bread)
2 to 3 T extra-virgin olive oil, as needed
honey (drizzle)
balsamic glaze ( drizzle)

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Keep Your Brake Fluid Maintenance On Schedule To Ensure A Safer Ride

By Bill DeBoer on Aug 19, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Staying on top of your vehicle’s maintenance schedule is important for several reasons. One is because you want to extend the life of your vehicle as long as possible. And when it comes to maintaining your brakes, you want to make sure they are operating properly to keep you as safe as possible. The best way to accomplish both is to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations from your vehicle owner’s manual and keep up with your brake fluid maintenance. Here’s what you need to know about the process.

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Join DeBoer’s Auto For Our Back-To-School Car Care Clinic

By Bill DeBoer on Aug 17, 2021 4:46:53 PM

DeBoer’s Auto is thrilled to announce the date for our back-to-school car care clinic as Saturday, September 25th, 2021. It’s a very important clinic for drivers of all ages and skill levels to help them learn more about their vehicles. Back-to-school means kids are getting back into the swing of learning new things, so bring your new driver to the clinic and you might even learn a few things yourself.

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What It Takes To Become A New Jersey State Inspector

By Bill DeBoer on Aug 4, 2021 12:29:35 PM

Getting a state vehicle inspection is something everyone has to do. The inspection itself often doesn’t take a long time, but when you consider the wait time you might experience to even get an appointment, it can become burdensome. DeBoer’s Auto wanted to eliminate that burden by ensuring we have enough licensed New Jersey inspectors so you won’t have to wait as long. We’ve discussed a little bit about how that benefits you and what our new licensed inspectors had to go through to become licensed.

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Importance Of Having Replacement Keys For Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Aug 3, 2021 2:10:24 PM

There are many reasons why it’s beneficial to have replacement keys for your vehicle. Losing your keys is one reason, locking them in your car is another, and simply having peace of mind that you have another set laying around can’t be overstated. Nowadays, getting a replacement key isn’t as simple as making a copy at your local hardware store. Many new vehicles use key fobs instead that have to be programmed to your vehicle, so they are a little more difficult to make. Here’s what you need to know about the importance of having replacement keys for your vehicle.

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Tips For Reducing Heat Inside Your Vehicle This Summer

By Bill DeBoer on Jul 28, 2021 9:33:18 AM

If you’ve ever gotten into your car in the heat of the summer, the uncomfortable temperature is noticeable right when you open the door. Reducing the heat trapped inside your vehicle is beneficial from a comfort perspective, but also to keep your vehicle operating properly. With all the electronics inside your vehicle, extreme temperatures could damage them over time. Anything you can do to reduce the temperature will be beneficial and here are some tips to consider.

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By Bill DeBoer on Jul 22, 2021 11:35:19 AM

Meet Bill DeBoer, Shawn Gilfillan, and Russ Crosby.
You may wonder what these three men have in common. Actually, more than you might think. They are all business owners in NJ. Bill DeBoer owns DeBoer’s Auto in Hamburg, NJ. Shawn Gilfillan owns Automotive Magic in Kenvil, NJ. Russ Crosby owns Russ’s Wrench in Clinton, NJ

Topics: NJ State Inspection Certified Technicians
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Grilled Chicken Tacos topped with Watermelon Salsa

By Heidi Robertson on Jul 20, 2021 11:45:00 AM

It's the heat of the summer and who doesn't enjoy some tasty watermelon?  Seriously, watermelon is not just for the kids, it's great for us kids at heart. So when you've grabbed the smallest one you can find at the grocery store and it could still feed a small country, you'll have a plan ready for some of that delicious sweetness.

Watermelon Salsa Ingredients:
4 c watermelon diced
2 shallots diced fine
2 Jalapeno peppers diced fine
1/2 red onion diced fine
1 yellow pepper diced fine
1 t sugar
The juice of 1 lime
cilantro to taste salt and pepper to taste
Topics: Honey Lime Chicken Tacos with Watermelon Salsa
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Issues You Could Experience With Electronic Parking Brake Systems

By Bill DeBoer on Jul 13, 2021 4:38:55 PM

Most new vehicles today are made with electric parking brakes. The days of having a lever by your side to pull up in case of an emergency are gone now that most things in vehicles are electric. While this might seem like a good thing to a lot of people on the surface, the truth is electronic parking brake systems aren’t nearly as reliable. You could experience other issues with electric parking brakes as well, and we’ve explained them here.

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Understanding Why Your Vehicle’s ABS Light Is On

By Bill DeBoer on Jul 8, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The ABS light and traction control system in your vehicle are essentially one in the same. So when there is an error in the system, your vehicle will likely turn on both of the lights to let you know there’s a problem that needs to be addressed. It can be intimidating or scary when you see these lights illuminate on your dashboard, but you can have some peace of mind driving your vehicle when you take it to a trustworthy mechanic as soon as possible. Here’s what you need to know about why your ABS light might be on.

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Continental The Future in Motion

By Bill DeBoer on Jul 6, 2021 12:27:26 PM

It’s time to take advantage of  Continental Tire The Future in Motion Promotion

From July 1st thru August 31st 2021 You can get up to a $100 Visa Prepaid Card with the purchase of 4 qualifying light truck/ SUV Continental Tires**

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Independents week

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 1, 2021 11:35:00 AM

As we are preparing for the celebration of our counties independence with July fourth approaching, we also celebrate the entrepreneurial freedom and spirit of our independent businesses. Independent Week is July 1st thru July 7th.

Shopping local means that you are supporting your local businesses and your community. Your local independent businesses employ your neighbors and friends, and help our communities grow.

We are grateful for the opportunities that we have. 

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Celebrate 4th of July with festive Deliciousness

By Heidi Robertson on Jun 29, 2021 11:47:19 AM

Grab your fork, this is as yummy as it gets. As American as apple pie and just as delicious! Bill surprised us with this one for sure. It's not only a work of art and pleasing to the eyes, it's really delicious. Who knew he had such 

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Is It Time For New Brakes On Your Vehicle?

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 24, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The brakes on your vehicle are likely the most common component you take for granted. When you need to stop or slow down, you step on the brake pedal without even questioning whether the brakes will fail or operate correctly. It’s important to pay attention to your vehicle when driving and get any braking issues resolved as quickly as possible. Here are some symptoms to be aware of that might indicate you need new brakes.

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By Bill DeBoer on Jun 10, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Take the adventure you want, get out and explore. Do it safe with new tires that can make the open roads smooth and help tackle the rugged terrain that your path steers you through. 

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Beat the Heat with A/C Service Special

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 8, 2021 11:27:05 AM

The summer heat is already upon us. Being without air conditioning on a 90 degree day can make for some unbearable driving situations. Make your summer traveling fun, relaxing and comfortable.

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Continental Tire Special June 2021

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 3, 2021 11:45:00 AM


And get a $70 Visa Prepaid Card with the purchase of four qualifying passenger Continental Tires. 

Topics: Continental Tire Special
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Synchrony Purchase can Get you up to $75 Prepaid Card

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 1, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Memorial Day officially kicks off the summer fun and adventures. Don't let the expense of car repairs and maintenance keep you from making those plans.

 You want to be able to take on those vacations

Topics: auto repair financing
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Joe's Pulled Pork

By Heidi Robertson on May 27, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Who knew that along with his many talents, his eagerness to learn would involve tackling cooking skills. Joe is sharing his awesome pulled pork recipe with us and it's sure to be a hit at your next barbeque.


  • 2 medium yellow onions, thinly sliced
  • 4 medium garlic cloves, thinly sliced
  • 1 c chicken stock (low-sodium chicken broth optional)
  • 1 T packed dark brown sugar
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Why It’s Important To Replace All Four Tires On Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on May 25, 2021 11:45:00 AM

There might come a time when a single tire on your vehicle is beyond repair for some reason. While it makes the most sense to a vehicle owner to simply purchase a single tire to replace it, we are here to tell you why that’s rarely a good idea. If you drive an all-wheel-drive vehicle, the systems in the vehicle work much more efficiently when the tires have the same wear and tear on them. Here are some of the things that can happen to your vehicle if you only replace a single tire on your car.

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What You Need To Know About Your Vehicle’s Spare Tire

By Bill DeBoer on May 20, 2021 11:42:09 AM

One of the most helpless feelings is when you have a flat tire on the side of the road, pull out your spare tire, and realize that it’s flat too. This happens to many people since the spare tire is typically out of sight, so it doesn’t get maintained as it should. Plus, spare tires won’t last forever, so it’s important to replace yours if it has been a while since you had your vehicle. Here are some valuable notes about spare tires you should be aware of.

Topics: auto repair
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Vehicle Packing Tips For Your Summer Road Trip

By Bill DeBoer on May 18, 2021 11:45:00 AM

This is a unique summer coming up since we are nearing the end of the pandemic and people have different views on vacations. Not everyone is comfortable flying to different destinations, which means vehicle travel is expected to be more popular this year. Whether you take regular summer road trips or if you’re getting ready to embark on your first long one, here are some valuable tips to help you have a successful trip.

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Paddling around Sussex County

By Bill DeBoer on May 13, 2021 11:35:00 AM

As we start getting into the warmer weather it’s a perfect time to get out and get paddling.We wanted to share with you some of what we think are the best paddling spots up here in Sussex County, NJ.  It’s a great way to experience the lakes and rivers in the area, and we have some beautiful spots to explore right here in our neck of the woods.

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The New Oil Requirement From GM Could Impact Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on May 6, 2021 11:42:00 AM

Vehicle manufacturers often have different regulations in place when it comes to maintaining their vehicles. Of course, you could choose to go against these regulations, but you might void the warranty as a result. General Motors (GM) has put into effect a new requirement regarding the type of oil you can put in your vehicle. It’s important to know what this requirement is if you change your own oil on your vehicle, but you should also ensure the auto shop you take your vehicle to knows about it as well. Here are the highlights of GM’s new oil requirement.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto Oil Change Hamburg NJ
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What Car Thieves Are Looking For Today

By Bill DeBoer on May 4, 2021 12:07:37 PM

When most people think about securing their vehicles, they refer to locking their doors, rolling up their windows, and taking out their valuable belongings. In some cases, people even go a step further and park their vehicles inside a locked garage. These are all great tips to protect your vehicle every day and night. However, there’s another component vehicle thieves are targeting today and you might not even know it has been stolen until you turn your vehicle on.

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Cinco de Mayo Mexican Recipes

By Heidi Robertson on Apr 29, 2021 12:07:27 PM

Cinco de Mayo comes with a lot of history. The Mexican cuisine delights in many layers of freshness, richness, and many hours of preparation, but always worth the efforts.

That being said, we’ve put together a few delights for you to try and they don’t take hours upon hours to make. Somewhat quick, but oh so tasty. You might want to grab a

Topics: Mexican food
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Can You Recycle Your Car?

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 22, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The month of April is significant in many ways, and one of those ways is the celebration of Earth Day. A lot of attention gets placed on recycling for plenty of good reasons. Consumers can do their part by recycling everyday items, and businesses can go out of their way to recycle various items as well. At DeBoer’s Auto, we do our best to recycle everything possible and even educate our customers on what can be recycled on their vehicles. We’ve got you covered with some valuable information on vehicle recycling.

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Creative Uses For Your Old Vehicle Tires

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 20, 2021 12:01:41 PM

In the spirit of Earth Day on April 22, we want to talk to you about how you can recycle your old vehicle tires. Many people don’t know that their tires are 100% recyclable. So when you get your tires on your vehicle replaced, ask the mechanic shop what they do with them afterward. Or better yet, ask for them back and find some creative ways to repurpose them. The worst thing that can happen is to throw them in the landfill, so consider these other uses for your old tires instead.

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Knowing Which Oil Grade Is Right For Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 15, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Oil changes are essential for your vehicle no matter the make and model. It’s best to get on a regular maintenance schedule with your vehicle so you get your oil changed when it needs to. Waiting too long to get it changed can put unnecessary stress on certain components of your vehicle and lead to other issues later on. You also need to know which oil grade to put in your vehicle to make the most of it. Here are some tips to consider in this regard.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto Oil Change Hamburg NJ
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Understanding The Dash Lights On Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 13, 2021 11:45:00 AM

With April being one of the car care awareness months, we thought it would be a great time to talk to you about the most important dash lights on your vehicle. The dash lights can be very confusing, and it’s not uncommon for people to refer to their owner’s manual when they see a dash light to know what it means. The use of symbols to indicate issues can be convenient and confusing at the same time, so we want to help clarify any confusing ones for you.

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Meet Joe Giannetti Our new apprentice

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 8, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Joe Giannetti Bio

Joe Giannetti is a Sussex County native. He grew up in Stillwater and attended Kittatinny High School. He spent a portion of his freshman year in the automotive program at Sussex Vo-Tech. Upon moving to Wantage, he transferred to High Point Regional. Following graduation, he enlisted in the US Navy and spent six years as a Seabee on their construction force.

Topics: apprentice
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National Car Care Awareness Month Is Coming

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 6, 2021 11:55:00 AM

You should always take care of your vehicle year-round to keep it in safe driving condition. However, certain times of the year are more important than others depending on driving conditions, how often you’ll be traveling, and other factors. April is National Car Care Awareness Month, and we will be providing you with tips on how to care for your vehicle throughout the month. But first, we want to talk about why April was chosen and what you can do to make your vehicle as safe as possible to drive.

Topics: carcaremonth DeBoer's Auto
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Spring Car Tips To Prepare You For Summertime Fun

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 1, 2021 11:45:00 AM

We are nearing the end of a tough winter where we experienced a lot of snow and ice. As difficult as it was for us to navigate, our vehicles had to go through some struggles as well. Now that the spring season is approaching, it’s time to start thinking about things you can do to prepare your vehicle for summer road trips. Here are some tips to consider.

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Nancy's famous french toast

By Heidi Robertson on Mar 30, 2021 11:36:41 AM


Well at least in our family it's famous and it's to die for. Topped with your choice of or fresh blueberries or peach slices and/or home made maple syrup. (Um, I will confess that I will go for all of it, and do not feel any shame it it.) It's  wonderful and delicious addition to a breakfast or brunch sit down. Everyone gets to sit down and enjoy at once since it's prepared the night before all that's left it to pop it into the oven then serve hot. 

Baked French Toast Casserole

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DeBoer’s Auto Welcomes New Apprentice

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 25, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Joe Giannetti joins Hamburg’s family-owned car care shop

DeBoer’s Auto has begun a new apprenticeship program, consisting of a combination of on-the-job learning at DeBoer’s Hamburg shop and online learning through the National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA) training center.

One of the program’s main advantages is the ability to get paid while learning at the same time. The program is designed to be completed within 18 to 24 months in nine stages at no cost to the student. As an incentive to progress from one stage to the next, DeBoer’s offers an increase in paid compensation as the apprentice reaches each of the nine milestones.

Topics: Apprentice Program
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How To Get Reimbursed For Recall Work On Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 23, 2021 11:50:32 AM

Vehicle manufacturers will often issue a recall notice to vehicle owners and suggest they bring theirs in for repairs. In some cases, your car may have already experienced the issue that prompted the recall notice and you’ve had it fixed. While you might think you’re out of luck, you have the option to get reimbursed for the repair work. Depending on the type of repair work that was required, you could put several hundreds of dollars or more back into your pocket. Here’s what you need to know.

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What To Do When You Hit A Pothole

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 18, 2021 12:04:38 PM

When the winter turns to spring, we start seeing potholes come up all over the roads. This happens for various reasons, but most likely due to the extensive amount of salt brine spread on the roads and snow plows constantly operating throughout the winter. It’s hard to see some potholes until it’s too late and before you know it, you’ve hit one at a high rate of speed and sustained damage to your vehicle as a result. What you do immediately after hitting one is important, so follow these tips to ensure the appropriate action is taken.

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Five Types Of Pothole Damage Your Car Can Experience

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 16, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Rough winters often lead to a harsher pothole season, and that’s exactly what we’ve experienced this year. The freeze-thaw cycles can cause some damage to the roads when you consider the salt brine hitting the roads and the snow plows clearing them off. As the potholes are starting to form, it’s important to know the five most common types of damage your car can experience when you hit one.

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Celebrating The Women Of DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 12, 2021 11:42:00 AM

March is the month to celebrate women’s history, and we thought there’s no better way to celebrate it than talking about the great women that work at DeBoer’s Auto. It can be challenging working in an industry primarily dominated by males, but we have hired strong women who have persevered and constantly overcome obstacles to become assets to our company. We would like to introduce you to Colleen, Tina, and Heidi from DeBoer’s Auto as we celebrate Women’s History Month.


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Go with the Coopers

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 9, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Are you ready for spring driving?

Get some mileage out of the season

Go the Distance with a great deal and All-Weather Durability

Topics: Cooper Tire Spring 2021
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General tires Spring Savings

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 2, 2021 11:45:00 AM

The promise of spring coming has the birds chirping and the sun shining a little brighter. Getting out of winter hibernation and taking a nice leisurely ride can help cure cabin fever. Hitting the road with new tires can make the experience that much better.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto
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When your ride is smooth you can feel the difference

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 25, 2021 11:45:00 AM

NOW through April 15, 2021. 

One of the things we know about living here in the northeast is we experience all kinds of weather conditions and challenges while driving, all while hoping the winter will in fact end and that spring will bring warmth and sunshine. What we also experience is that when the piles of snow do indeed melt, we are left with some serious damage to our roadways. Crater-sized potholes that threaten to suck us into the abyss. The uneven pavement and unexpected knock when you hit one of those is a jolt to your nervous system, not to mention your vehicle’s suspension,

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Car Maintenance Goals Can Save You Money

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 23, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Car maintenance usually isn’t something people want to think about or take care of because of the costs involved. But the truth is paying a few hundred dollars in maintenance now could save you thousands of dollars in repairs in the long-run. Setting goals can help you stay on track with your vehicle maintenance and keep more of your hard-earned money in your pocket. Here are some routine car maintenance goals that can help you save money.

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Improve Your Driving Experience With These Phone Apps - Part 2

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 18, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Part one of our two-part blog series on phone apps to improve your driving experience focused on utility apps. Now we would like to focus more on apps that can provide entertainment while you’re driving. These are especially valuable if you spend a lot of time in the vehicle, whether it’s traveling to work every day or going on long trips. There are apps for the entire family to enjoy and make your driving experience a smooth one. Check out these apps that can make any ride in your vehicle more enjoyable for everyone.

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Improve Your Driving Experience With These Phone Apps - Part 1

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 16, 2021 8:08:10 PM

Phone apps have become a part of our everyday lives. It seems like any time you have a situation where something could be more convenient, chances are there’s an app that can help. We want to focus on your overall driving experience, and the role phone apps can play in it. Part one of our two-part blog series focuses on utility apps that could make your driving experience better.

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5 Ways To Travel Safely With Your Pets

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 12, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Whether you’ve owned a pet your entire life or if pet ownership is a new experience for you due to the pandemic, keeping them safe is always a priority. You can’t stay home with them all the time, and if you like to travel, you may want to bring them along with you on some trips. Pet safety while traveling is important to ensure they have everything they need on your journey. Here are five ways to travel safely with your pets.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto traveling with pets
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5 Things Your Auto Technicians Wish You Wouldn’t Do

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 9, 2021 2:26:49 PM

Maintaining your vehicle is critical to extending the life of it. However, sometimes the things you try to do yourself can cause more harm than good. Other times you may think you can drive a few more hundred miles on your tires that have low pressure, but you’re actually creating other damage at the same time. We’ve discussed five things your automotive technicians wish you wouldn’t do to your vehicle to make their job easier and make your car last longer.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Knowing When To Shop For New Tires

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 5, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Vehicle tires can be expensive, which is one of the main reasons people choose to wait for as long as possible to buy new ones. However, you have to be careful and not wait too long so you don’t find yourself in a situation where you have a blowout or cause other damage to your vehicle. The good news is there are a few important things to look for in your tires to give you a good indication of when you’ll need to replace them. We’ve explained those indicators here.

Topics: Sussex County Tire Guide DeBoer's Auto
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Enjoy Your Vehicle More With These Accessories

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 2, 2021 11:51:06 AM

Everyone should like driving their vehicle no matter how often they drive it. The good news is if you’ve ever thought that a certain feature could make your driving experience more enjoyable, then chances are there’s an accessory that can help you out. Here are some of the most popular accessories people add to their vehicles to help them get more enjoyment out of them.

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Tina Gets ASE Certified

By Bill DeBoer on Jan 26, 2021 7:58:27 PM

At DeBoer's Auto, we believe our level of standards and our belief that continuing our education and training betters us as individuals as well as our team benefits you as our customer.  You might be thinking, how does this benefit me when it comes to my repairs and service? Well, The ASE Automotive Service Excellence is a series of training and testing, which, when completed

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Turkey Chili with Mac & Cheese

By Heidi Robertson on Jan 21, 2021 11:29:00 AM

Well it seems as though we have a little competition going on in the Kays household. You might have tried Josh's recipe for Chili,🍲 (which by the way is killer!) but now his wife Kelly is offering up her recipe and it has a few twists in it. Give it a try and let us know what you think. Maybe you can have a little cooking duel in your own house too! 🌶️

Happy cooking!


Homemade taco seasoning:

1 1/2 t garlic powder

Topics: Turkey Chili with Mac & Cheese
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Investing In Your Car Could Pay Off In The Long Run

By Bill DeBoer on Jan 19, 2021 11:44:00 AM

Do you have an older car that needs some work, but you aren’t sure if the repair bills are worth it? This is a concern many vehicle owners have, and it can be a difficult decision knowing whether it’s time to buy a new or used vehicle or continue investing in your current vehicle. In many situations, it’s worth it in the long-run to invest in your current vehicle, especially if the mileage isn’t significantly high. Here’s what you need to know to help you decide whether investing in your current vehicle is worth it.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto auto repair
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Discover The Ways DeBoer’s Auto Is Kind To The Environment

By Bill DeBoer on Jan 14, 2021 11:44:00 AM

DeBoer’s Auto is proud to participate in the efforts to create a cleaner environment. We are always looking for ways to be greener in our shop, and we have implemented some creative ways to do so in recent years. If you love the environment as much as we do, then you’ll love working with us. Here are some of the ways we contribute to achieving a clean environment. 

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6 Ways To Improve Your Vehicle's Appearance

By Bill DeBoer on Jan 12, 2021 1:57:00 PM

Having a clean and shiny vehicle to drive every day can make you appreciate your car more. Many vehicle owners run into the problem of not having enough time to clean their car as much as they would like. And if kids or pets ride in the vehicle, it’s a constant battle to keep it clean. The good news is that there are some simple ways to quickly improve your vehicle’s appearance and keep it looking great.

Topics: carmaintenance DeBoer's Auto
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3 Ways To Reduce Your Fleet Expenses

By Bill DeBoer on Jan 7, 2021 11:38:54 AM

We have finally turned the calendar to a new year, and one of the biggest items fleet owners always look at during this time of year is the vehicle maintenance they’ve spent money on in the past year. Budgeting for vehicle maintenance and repairs can be challenging for various reasons. Unexpected expenses can especially drive up the cost, and some of them are difficult to budget for. However, with proper care, sticking with a regular maintenance schedule, and incorporating these tips, your fleet expenses this year can be less than they were last year.

Topics: DeBoer's Auto fleet check list auto repair
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Budgeting For Auto Maintenance Can Reduce Stress Throughout The Year

By Bill DeBoer on Jan 5, 2021 2:25:47 PM

Car maintenance is one thing most people don’t like to spend money on, but it’s necessary to do. The old saying goes that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The same is true in the auto industry when it comes to auto repairs. Budgeting for unexpected repairs is difficult to do simply because you never know when an expensive repair will be necessary. However, if you budget for auto maintenance, you can get a better idea of what you’ll need to spend on your vehicle and the chances of an unexpected major repair will go down significantly. Here’s why budgeting for auto maintenance can reduce stress throughout the year.

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Cookie Day Pecan Sandies

By Heidi Robertson on Dec 31, 2020 11:41:51 AM

Cookie Day is a tradition that my best friends family has done since she was a little girl. I was lucky enough to get invited to it one year, (for tasting purposes) and I was in awe at how they worked together. Her mom, aunts and cousins all arrived with mixers, bowls, measuring utensils and all the makings for the batter for the cookie that they were assigned, AND they brought dozens of cookies they had already made at home. They worked all day, the sound of the mixers the smell of the cookies

Topics: Pecan Sandies
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Understanding The Future Of Driving - Part 2

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 29, 2020 11:38:00 AM

Part two of our blog series about understanding the future of driving talks about shared or co-ownership of vehicles and the electrification of vehicles. If you missed it, be sure to check out part one of our series, which discussed the data your vehicle collects and the various stages of driverless vehicles. The vehicle industry today will look much different even a couple of decades from now. This includes how people use vehicles and the types of vehicles they own, which we explain here.

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Understanding The Future Of Driving - Part 1

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 24, 2020 11:45:00 AM

 As the year 2020 comes to a close, and we look forward to 2021, we thought it would be a great time to discuss what the future of driving looks like. Vehicles have evolved drastically over the past several years, and all indications are even more significant changes will be occurring in the future. A lot of this is because of the data vehicles can collect nowadays about a person’s driving habits, so manufacturers can build vehicles according to the needs of their customer base. This is part one of a two-part series to help you better understand the future of driving.

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Never Make These Mistakes With Fluids In Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 22, 2020 11:56:44 AM

It’s always important to stick with a regular maintenance schedule with your vehicles. However, even if you are diligent with bringing your vehicle for maintenance every six months, certain minor issues can happen between visits that you can often take care of on your own. One of these is running out of different types of fluids that make your car operate. If you are comfortable enough with changing or replacing fluids in your vehicle, here are some mistakes you need to avoid.

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Be Patient And Evaluate All Options When You Experience A Vehicle Breakdown

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 17, 2020 9:45:00 AM

Cars can create a lot of emotions for people. In some ways, they are an extension of your personality when you think of your car’s color and style. It connects you to many things you have to do throughout the day, and you may spend hours in your vehicle every day. While positive emotions are common when the vehicle is running smoothly, those emotions can turn negative quickly when it breaks down. Instead of making an emotional decision to get a new vehicle in these situations, be patient, and follow these tips.

Topics: auto repair
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Break Quarantine Boredom With These Five Car-Related Activities

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 15, 2020 11:58:44 AM

As we head into the winter months, our health and safety become even more of a priority. With CDC recommendations on social distancing and quarantining likely having more of a focus this winter, we understand how stressful this can be for people. Quarantine boredom is very real, and we hope to help you by offering these car-related quarantine activities you can safely enjoy with your family.

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Important Information To Know About Car Warranty Companies

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 10, 2020 12:45:07 PM

Have you ever gotten a phone call or a letter in the mail regarding your expired car warranty? If so, you may have been offered the opportunity to purchase an additional warranty for a certain price that claims to cover everything on your vehicle so you won’t have to pay anything out of pocket for repairs. While some of these companies may be legitimate, it’s important to do some homework before accepting an attractive offer. The last thing you want to do is end up paying more in the long run for warranty coverage than you would actual repairs if you paid out of pocket. Here’s what you should know about car warranty companies.

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Winter Car Care Tips To Protect Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 8, 2020 11:45:00 AM

The winter season is particularly hard on vehicles. In addition to the snow and ice, road salt and other items used to keep the roads safe can potentially damage your vehicle. Rusting and other issues can cause your vehicle to deteriorate prematurely, but the good news is most of these problems are preventable. Here are some proactive steps to take to protect your car as much as possible this winter.

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Play our Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt and win AAA membership

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 3, 2020 11:39:54 AM

 #Light Up Your Drive

☃️Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt🎄

Are you and the family bored? Go for a drive! This safe, socially distanced Scavenger Hunt will have you making your life Merry and Bright in no time. Pack some hot chocolate, drive around your town, and look for Holiday Lights, just like you did when you were a kid.

Each week we will pick a category from this list. 

Topics: Scavenger Hunt
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Why Using Top Tier Fuel In Your Vehicle Is Important

By Bill DeBoer on Dec 1, 2020 11:45:00 AM

In the 1990s, the Clean Air Act was put into place that regulated the mixture of the gasoline that’s put into vehicles. It set forth some bare minimum requirements for the mixture of gasoline as well as made some strong suggestions regarding the amount of detergent to use in the fuel dispensed at pumps. The problem people were experiencing in the 1990s and even today is the buildup of carbon in vehicles. The hopeful solution with this is top tier fuel. Only some gas stations in the area offer top tier fuel, but you can also search on the AAA app to find locations that offer it. Here are some of the reasons why top tier fuel is worth it.

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Why Some Mechanics Offer Better Value Than Others

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 24, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Shopping for a mechanic can be an overwhelming process for some people due to the various options available. The default decision many people make involves choosing the mechanic that offers the lowest price. While you may get lucky and find the highest quality mechanic at the lowest price in the area, chances are you’ll be sacrificing some important things and potentially end up spending more money in the long-term. The one thing you should focus on instead is value. Here are some ways that specific mechanics offer better value than others.

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Benefits Of A Remote Starter For Your Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 19, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Do you ever wish your car was warmed up for you before you go to work on a cold morning? Or how about not having to spend several minutes in the cold vehicle allowing it to defrost your windshield? Many new vehicles come equipped with remote starters to solve both of these problems, but you can also have one installed in your existing vehicle. Having a warm vehicle on a cold winter morning is one of the major benefits of having a remote starter, and here are a few others as well.

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5 Ways To Prepare Your Vehicle For The Winter Months

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 17, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Winter weather will be here before you know it, so now is the time to start preparing your vehicle. The last thing you want to happen is getting stranded in your driveway and not being able to go to work because of a dead battery or having to wait for several minutes for the windshield to defrost. There are plenty of other safety concerns to be aware of as well when it comes to driving during the winter. We’ve got you covered with five ways to prepare your vehicle for the winter months.

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Look For These Characteristics When Choosing An Auto Repair Shop

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 10, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Choosing an auto repair shop to handle your vehicle repairs and maintenance can be difficult since consumers have many different options to choose from. Many people make the mistake of taking their vehicles to the most convenient location or the ones that offer the lowest prices. The problem with this is the repair shop may not be qualified to do the repair you need, don’t provide any workmanship guarantees, and end up costing you more money in the long run. Here are important characteristics to look for when choosing an auto repair shop.

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Continental Tire Promotion Get Up To $70 Back

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 8, 2020 3:46:43 PM

November 1-30, 2020 Get a $70 Visa Prepaid Card with the purchase of 4 qualifying passenger Continental Tires!

Topics: Continental Tires November 2020
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TechNet DieHard Battery Special

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 5, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Starting the winter with a battery that is not performing at its peak level can set you up for some unfortunate situations. Installing a Gold, Platinum or Platinum AGM DieHard Battery now can save you headaches later.

Topics: TechNet DieHard Battery
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Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe...

By Heidi Robertson on Nov 3, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Sweet Potato Casserole
Who doesn't like a great sweet potato side for Thanksgiving? They say they are exceptionally nutritious for you, but we tend to think that some of those values are lost by the time they get piled onto your plate with this recipe. Isn't it traditional to throw calorie counts and exercise to the wind on Thanksgiving Day. 

We hope that you get to gather with your loved ones safely this year, and get to express your gratitude, share old memories, and create new ones.

Topics: Sweet Potato Casserole
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Failing A New Jersey Vehicle Inspection Brings Several Consequences

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 29, 2020 11:45:00 AM

A New Jersey state inspection is required for every vehicle that drives on the road. With proper maintenance and care of your vehicle, passing the state inspection is usually not an issue. However, when you fail an inspection, you may have to deal with more consequences than just simply getting the issue fixed by a repair shop and getting it re-inspected. There are timing issues to consider, as well as possible ramifications when you decide to sell your vehicle. Here’s what you need to know about a failed New Jersey state vehicle inspection and how you can ensure you always pass the inspection.

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Preventative Maintenance Is The Secret To A Vehicle’s Longevity

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 27, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Buying a new vehicle every few years can get expensive and make you pay a lot more than you need to for automobiles. Some people want to avoid paying for costly repairs so much that they would prefer to buy a new vehicle every time a repair is needed. While this may be justified in some cases depending on the vehicle’s age and condition, many times the repair could have been prevented in the first place. The secret to keeping your vehicle for many years is preventative maintenance, and we’ve explained why it’s so important.

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DeBoer’s Auto Wants To Give You Some Of Your Time Back

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Oct 22, 2020 11:45:00 AM

One of the things we take great pride in at DeBoer’s Auto is understanding the busy lives our customers have. Bringing in your vehicle for regular maintenance or to have something repaired is rarely convenient and can be time-consuming. Our goal is to be as efficient as possible in everything we do and provide the best care to your vehicle so you can have some of your time back. Here are the ways we do that.

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Cooper Tire Winter Promotion 2020

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 15, 2020 11:45:00 AM

It's coming into the cold weather season where we experience extreme conditions that cause dangerous driving situations. Investing in the right tires can help you maneuver through the ice and snow and deliver peace of mind while driving in inclimate weather. Take advantage of the Cooper TAKE ON THE ELEMENTS tires promotion October 15, 2020-November 9, 2020 and receive up to $70 on a Cooper Tires Visa Prepaid Card or Virtual Account when you buy a new set of four qualifying tires. 

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DeBoer's Tire Hotel

By Bill DeBoer on Sep 24, 2020 11:28:00 AM

As you know from living here in the northeast Winter is going to be upon us in the snap of the fingers. 

This means icy, snow covered roads and dangerous driving conditions. Being prepared for these situations is something that can provide a higher level of comfort and safety as you drive.

There is nothing compared to having a really good set of snow tires on your vehicle to tackle these conditions. 

Topics: DeBoer's Tire Hotel Snow Tire Storage
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Potato Leek Soup

By Heidi Robertson on Sep 22, 2020 8:25:51 PM

The colder weather is settling in and it's time for closing the windows at night, putting out some extra blankets, switching wardrobes and  . 

The perk for some of us is the promise of a magical potion in a bowl. Warm and hearty, it has a sort of magic power.  Soup is the the ultimate comfort food.

For cooks like our friend Michael, he gets to reap the benefits of his labors in the garden all summer. Leeks are full of flavor, texture and they were a hearty crop for him this year. 

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By Bill DeBoer on Sep 17, 2020 1:12:00 PM

Join us on Wednesday, October 7th at 7 PM for an hour of fun and learning.

October is Car Care Awareness Month and in the days before Covid 19, we here at DeBoer's would put together a seminar for women to give them an opportunity to understand some of the important details of their vehicle as well as get some hands on time. 

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Napa EasyPay Credit Card

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Sep 15, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Here's an opportunity to make the tough decisions about having your auto repairs done easy. The possibility of getting them done now is an option without having the stress of the financial burden. 

Now through October 31st, you can use your Napa EasyPay credit card with no interest if paid in full in 6 months and you will also receive a 10% rebate up to $100. This offer is good for existing as well as new customers. 

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By Bill DeBoer on Sep 10, 2020 3:42:42 PM



Receive up to a $100 SUV General from 9/1/20 - 10/31/20

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By Bill DeBoer Jr on Sep 8, 2020 11:42:00 AM



Celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2020, Brakes for Breasts has partnered with independent auto repair shops and will cross the $1 million in donations for the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund.

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Referrals Can Help Our Business And Our Customers

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Sep 1, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Any business owner knows how important referrals are. Every industry and trade has plenty of competition and it’s easier than ever for customers to look online to find a professional best suited for them. And when a customer comes into your shop or store, you have one chance to make a good impression. If you do, then you may earn several other customers as a result. We take referrals seriously and have also developed a program to help our customers who provide a service as well. 

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Save on KYB Shocks & Struts

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 31, 2020 1:18:00 PM


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Understanding Why Your Vehicle’s A/C System May Fail

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 27, 2020 11:34:00 AM

During the summer months, we often take our vehicle’s A/C system for granted. It’s easy to push a button or turn a dial and feel the cool air blasting in your face. But when your A/C system fails, the warm air can create a very uncomfortable environment inside the vehicle. There are only a few components of an A/C system that could be problematic and cause it to fail, and we’ve explained them so that you can have a better understanding.

Topics: Expert Car Repair Air Conditioning Service
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Your Career As An Automotive Technician Begins Here

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 25, 2020 11:36:00 AM

At DeBoer’s Auto, we enjoy educating the youth and anyone interested in our industry about being an automotive technician. We are proud to offer a formalized apprentice program where we will take in a student and educate them on our trade via online learning as well as plenty of hands-on experience. If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming an automotive technician, our apprentice program can be a great first step in a long and fulfilling career.

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Clean Your Vehicle’s A/C System For a Fresh Smell

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 20, 2020 11:53:00 AM

Have you ever noticed a musty smell when you turn your A/C system on in your vehicle? This is a common problem people experience in the spring and summer months and usually only means you should bring your vehicle in for an A/C cleaning service. A quick clean of the system can leave the interior of your vehicle smelling fresh and free of any contaminants so you know you’re breathing in fresh air.

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By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 18, 2020 11:48:08 AM

S'mores Icebox Cake

When it comes to summertime and making memories S'mores are at the top of the  list of all things yummy.

The sticks, the fire, the threat of the marshmallow burning or worse, falling into the flames and suspending that delicious creation entering your mouth.

Becoming the master of S'mores is a honorable achievement. 

We're all fan's of the great outdoors and roughing it a bit, but in the case of crowds or the unfortunate reality that no, you don't have a fire burning at every occasion.

Here's a delicious alternative and is sure to please the crowd. 

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Delaware National Recreational Area Offers Beautiful Scenery For An Unforgettable Outdoor Experience

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 13, 2020 11:41:00 AM

Whether you’re practicing safe social distancing or if you just prefer being in wide-open areas, Delaware National Park is a place you should visit this summer. The scenery itself is worth the trip, but there are so many different activities you can do for endless family fun. Delaware National Recreational Area is located between Sussex and Warren counties and is easily accessible no matter where you’re coming from.

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Plenty Of Fun Opportunities In The Sun Await At Bradley Beach

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 11, 2020 11:43:00 AM

A great opportunity for a summer road trip awaits you and your family at Bradley Beach. It’s a small, friendly and generally quiet community so you can feel comfortable bringing your entire family along for the trip. Day passes are reasonably priced and kids age 12 and younger are free. Bradley Beach isn’t usually crowded on non-holiday weekends so you can feel confident loading up your vehicle and taking the family for a fun Saturday or Sunday day trip to the beach without having to navigate through a lot of people.

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Enjoy A Relaxing Summer Road Trip To Swartswood State Park

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 6, 2020 11:42:00 AM

Summer road trips are great for many reasons. Whether you just need to clear your mind and hit the open road and see some sights by yourself or you need to get out of the house with your kids, road trips are beneficial for all. But if you live in Sussex County and don’t necessarily like the idea of driving long distances, there are plenty of options for you to take a short trip and have an enjoyable day at the same time. One of those places is Swartswood State Park in Swartswood, New Jersey. 

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Enjoy The Great Outdoors With A Camping Trip To Woodland Trails This Summer

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Aug 4, 2020 11:43:00 AM

There’s nothing like a great camping trip during a nice summer weekend in New Jersey. Camping is one of the best ways to bond with family or friends, and you can enjoy it in the comfort of an RV or the old school way in a tent. One of the best camping destinations for people of all ages and experience levels is Woodland Trails in Sussex, New Jersey. With plenty of things to do at a reasonable price, it may end up being your go-to place for overnight weekend trips throughout the summer.

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Simple Ways To Avoid Car Payments And Keep Money In Your Pockets

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 28, 2020 11:47:00 AM

The uncertainty in the world today can present individuals and families with questions about how to manage finances. Some payments may be unavoidable as they are part of everyday life, but you can also get creative with things like car payments. The COVID-19 pandemic has made many people cautious about how they spend their money, especially since there is so much uncertainty as to whether it will come back for a second wave or not. DeBoer’s Auto wants to bring you a little peace of mind by offering simple tips for avoiding car payments in the long-term.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Summer and Ice Cream a Perfect Combination

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 25, 2020 12:15:00 PM

On a hot summer day, there is NOTHING better than some delicious and fresh ice cream. We are extremely fond of the ice cream man. The sound of that distinctive jingle as he's making his way around the bend. Scurrying to collect some cash to be ready to place your order. Colleen has been spending some of her summer quarantine time perfecting some yummyness of her own. She's been giving her new Kitchen Aide ice cream attachment a good work out and perfecting the chocolate recipe. Meanwhile across the county Randy gave his own Kitchen Aide some love with some fresh strawberries. Let us know which one is your favorite. As you can see, Jameson is partial to his mom's Chocolate. Ah to be a kid again!


¾ cup sugar  

1 cup milk  

¼ teaspoon salt  

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Continental tire special

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 23, 2020 12:02:00 PM

When it comes to your safety, the tires on your vehicle are of the upmost importance. Your vacation destination should be filled with fun, and adventure, not the concern of the condition of your tires.

Don't take any chances while driving this summer. The heat of the road can actually cause your tires to loose tread and wear unevenly. Schedule an appointment to have a Summer Pre-Trip check up and be sure to take advantage of our summer specials.  Get up to $100 Visa Prepaid Card when you purchase 4 qualifying Continental tires.

Topics: Continental Tires
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DeBoer’s Auto Goes The Extra Mile So You Can Live Life Uninterrupted

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 21, 2020 11:39:00 AM


Every company has a motto or a tagline, but sometimes the daily grind of doing business can make them shift away from their beliefs. At DeBoer’s Auto, our tagline is we want to help our customers live life uninterrupted. This is evident in our practices and workmanship every day, but we take it to the next level and go the extra mile to prove our tagline is true to our customers. Here’s why we are in business for our customers and how we take care of them with our daily actions.

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Take A Drive Down Jersey Shore For Unforgettable Experiences

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 16, 2020 11:37:00 AM

If you aren’t sure what you want to do on any given day during the summer, consider fueling up your vehicle and taking a drive down Jersey Shore. Residents of New Jersey usually have their hot spots of places they like to visit, but with the Jersey Shore spanning roughly 140 miles, chances are you can drive until you find something you haven’t experienced before. With plenty of parks to visit and food options to try, you’ll find some attractions that will entertain you.

Topics: Travel by Sylvia
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Voted Neighborhood Favorite Again!

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 14, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Looks Like You Did It AGAIN!

Topics: Next door Hamburg
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Act Quickly If Your Toyota Vehicle Has Oil Consumption Issues

By Bill DeBoer on Jul 9, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Toyota vehicles have a long-standing reputation of being reliable and not needing many significant repairs throughout the life of the vehicle. However, no vehicle is perfect and having a routine maintenance schedule set is critical to extending the life of the car. Certain Toyota models made during a specific time range have been tied to oil consumption problems recently that car owners need to be aware of to protect their investment.

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Take Advantage Of Digital Inspections For Your Fleet

By Bill DeBoer on Jul 7, 2020 11:45:00 AM

The less your vehicle is on the road for business, the more money you are wasting. Vehicle breakdowns are one of the main causes of lost revenue for business owners who rely on their fleet so much. Proper routine care and maintenance may seem tedious and unnecessary if your vehicle is generally in good health, but the experts at DeBoer’s Auto can detect potential future issues to avoid a major breakdown later on. This starts with our digital inspection process, which is highly recommended to keep your fleet operating at high levels all the time.

Topics: fleet check list
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The Winning Recipe

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jul 1, 2020 11:45:00 AM


Linda's Favorite

 Skewered Chicken BBQ Kebabs

We are just so happy to say that our Weber Grill Give away went amazingly well. We collected some tags and comments about your favorite dad's on Facebook and stepped it up even more by entering our customers who came into the shop, for every ticket of 100 was entered into the drawing, so if someones repairs came to 1400 they were entered in 14 x"s. The drawing took place on June 18th and Linda was our lucky winner.

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Fun Road Trip Games To Play This Summer

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 30, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Everyone needs to take a summer road trip occasionally. If nothing else, seeing new things along the way can keep you entertained as you make your way to your destination. However, anyone with kids knows their attention span may not last as long as the road trip itself, so you need to have some fun games and activities to do along the way. We’ve got five fun road trip games you can play this summer to keep your kids entertained and also keep the adults in the vehicle engaged as well.

Topics: Travel by Sylvia
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How To Turn Your Vehicle Repairs Into $100,000 In Your Bank Account

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 25, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Having a vehicle is one of the necessities of life for many people. It’s especially important for people who live in rural areas where mass transportation options aren’t available. The problem is vehicles can be expensive when you buy them and repairs can seem like they cost even more sometimes. However, case studies show people who own their vehicles for a long time and take care of them properly may actually be saving up to $100,000 by doing so. Let’s take a look at how it works.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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High Point State Park Offers Amenities For The Whole Family

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 23, 2020 11:45:00 AM

The state of New Jersey is ideal for taking summer road trips. Whether you live in New Jersey or a surrounding state, you could spend a good portion of your summer simply driving to different destinations and spending a few days there. One of our favorite spots to visit every summer is High Point State Park. With amenities suitable for people of all ages, it’s well worth a summer road trip there if you’re looking for something to do.

Topics: local spotlight
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Protect Your Vehicle With The Valvoline VPS Service Plus Program

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 18, 2020 11:53:00 AM

When it comes to maintaining your vehicle, it’s important to bring it to an auto repair shop you trust. Part of that trust involves knowing that the best possible products are being used to keep your vehicle maintained properly. Valvoline makes some of the top products in the automotive industry and they back up their products by offering their Valvoline VPS Service Plus Warranty. They believe in their products so much that they will warranty component failures up to $4,000. With the proper maintenance schedule and the use of Valvoline products, chances are you’ll never have to take advantage of the warranty program.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Tune Up Your Car And Head Over To Island Beach State Park This Summer

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 16, 2020 11:45:00 AM

One of the most exciting things about the summer season is loading up your car and taking a road trip. New Jersey is a great place to be in the summer with all of the destinations to visit, as well as hotspots on the way, to make your road trip eventful from start to finish. We want to talk to you about Island Beach State Park, which is one of our favorite destinations to visit every summer. When you visit it once, you’re sure to return again and maybe even make it an annual trip!

Topics: local spotlight
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50/50 Referral Program

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 11, 2020 11:42:00 AM

We Know Sharing Is Caring

One of the ways we keep our prices low while still offering things like an unheard of 3 yr / 36 k warranty, is by spending very little on marketing and advertising. 

Instead of giving a couple thousand dollars a year to some big marketing firm we would rather put that money back in your pocket or upgrade our equipment, shop, etc to give you a better service experience. 

This would not be possible if it was not for so many amazing customers, like you, who keep us busy with word of mouth referrals.

We Want to Give Back to You 

So we want to give you something that you can share with

Topics: 50/50 Referral Program
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Continental Tire Special June 2020

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 9, 2020 11:15:00 AM



Summer is the perfect time to get out on the road. Take that ride, get out, and explore. Enjoy the summer. But first, be sure that your tires are in good condition. Let our team at DeBoer's do an inspection prior to your trip and get your vehicle ready for the ride.

Topics: Continental Tire Special
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Keep Your Sprinter Vans Maintained To Prevent Common Problems

By Bill DeBoer on Jun 8, 2020 11:40:00 AM

At DeBoer’s Auto, we work on a variety of fleets and vans for customers. Some examples include the Ford Transit, the Dodge ProMaster and the Mercedes Sprinter. Our focus today is on the Mercedes Sprinter vans since they are very popular and we see a lot of common problems with them from our customers. Properly maintaining this type of vehicle can prevent downtime for your business, and we can help you identify the most common problems before they become a significant issue.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Fathers Day Weber Grill Giveaway!!!!!!!

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 4, 2020 10:51:21 AM

Fathers Day Weber Grill Giveaway!!!!!!!

Topics: Father's Day Give Away
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Cooper Tires Summer Deal Is Going On Now!

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jun 2, 2020 11:43:09 AM


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Get up to $75 Prepaid Card with Technet Service Purchase

By Bill DeBoer Jr on May 31, 2020 12:48:00 PM

Getting out and enjoying yourself is what life is all about. Worrying if you'll get there safe can be a complete take the joy right out of it. Schedule your Pre-summer road trip service and put the worries behind you and the miles in front of you

Topics: Coopertire
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Grilled Chicken w Avocado and Caprese Salad

By Bill DeBoer on May 28, 2020 11:36:49 AM

Who doesn't love a fresh Caprese salad? It's a gift from your garden saying thank you for all your hard work and tender loving care you've given it all spring. The fact is that we are Jersey and WE are the real deal when it comes to Jersey tomatoes. Oh, they are just so delicious! Fresh off the vine, sliced with a little sprinkle of S&P Yummmm.

It's still a few months until the "goods" are ripe and ready to pick, but

we've been pretending since last Labor day, and have made due

with what's available, so lets use what we can until then. 

1 pound Marinated grilled chicken breasts

2 avocados (sliced)
2 ripe tomatoes
1 pound fresh mozzarella cheese

Topics: Delicious Recipe Grilled Chicken Avocado Caprese Salad
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Electronic Work Orders - Helping You Live Life Uninterrupted

By Tina Ormond on May 19, 2020 4:42:39 PM

Remember when your life used to be simple?

It can be difficult imagining a time when life was not as complicated as it is now. Work, family, friends, food shopping & cooking, cleaning & fixing your home, maintaining your yard, entertaining guests, community events, planning vacations, hobbies, and maybe even some exercise! And for some of you, this list is not even close to comprehensive.

With all of these important things in your life competing for your attention, thinking about your auto maintenance is, frankly, overwhelming.

So that's why here at DeBoer's Auto we like to use the Electronic Work Order.

Topics: Oil Change Hamburg NJ
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Service Your Vehicle Anywhere In New Jersey Without Fear Of Voiding Warranty

By Bill DeBoer on May 14, 2020 11:45:00 AM

Have you ever bought a new car at a dealership and the sales representative said you had to get all of your service and maintenance completed at their dealership to maintain your warranty? This has been a problem throughout New Jersey for years as it instills fear in the consumer that they don’t have the freedom to perform any maintenance or repairs on their own or by their favorite auto repair shop. With the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, these fears are no more and consumers have the freedom to take their vehicle anywhere for service, or service it themselves, while still maintaining their warranty.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Meet Tina, Our New Service Specialist, At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on May 6, 2020 11:45:00 AM

At DeBoer’s Auto, our goal every day is to provide the highest level of quality service to every customer that walks through the door. This starts and ends with the quality of the person we hire for each position. We are excited to announce the newest member of our team, Tina Ormond, as a Service Specialist at DeBoer’s Auto. Not only will Tina provide exceptional knowledge on the frontlines to do an outstanding job, but we are confident our customers will love interacting with her when they walk in the door.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Mother's Day  French Toast Casserole and MOM-osa's

By Bill DeBoer Jr on May 4, 2020 11:38:27 AM


Topics: Family Recipes
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DeBoer's Auto is AAA Approved...

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Apr 18, 2020 10:09:00 AM

We are so excited to announce that after undergoing rigorous inspections, technical training and meeting the required criteria for certifications that DeBoer's is now a AAA certified auto repair facility. We are proud and honored to be accepted into such an elite club. 

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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0% Financing up to 6 months

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Apr 16, 2020 8:30:00 AM


There are a lot of things going through everyone’s minds right now, most especially the uncertainty about so many things. You may be working from home, hours cut back or possibly facing or have lost your job. We feel for you and we are going through similar struggles ourselves.


There are many of you that your norm is to be a road warrior and now your commute is a left turn at the kitchen with a quick stop for your coffee. Green light to continue into your office (dining room) and get to work. We realize that your day is full and running errands on that “lunch break” (which probably never happened). You are doing your best to juggle so many things - The job, the kids, the food, the endless amounts of dishes, the list goes on. How will everything ever get done?  We can help you with that. 


We want you to know that we are happy to pick up/drop off your vehicle and take care of those issues that you might have been putting off because you need your car to get to work, school and sports. Now all those things that have suddenly come to a halt.

If you are considered an essential worker, first of all we want to thank you for what you do. We know that there are a lot of you that are putting yourself at risk for the good of others. Getting to your job is stressful enough. The worry you feel about the condition of your vehicle is something that we want to take off your shoulders. With the availability of our loaner vehicles we can make it as seamless and as sanitary as possible.We are taking every precaution to ensure that you as well as our staff are protected.

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Keep Your Vehicle Moving...

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Apr 15, 2020 8:30:00 AM


Right now we are all under the governors orders to stay at home. That in turn means that you are most likely not traveling the roads and there is probably a good chance your vehicle has not been moved in a few weeks. We can not stress enough how important to keep your car moving.


Cars are not meant to be parked. They are meant to be moving. There are problems that can creep up on your vehicle if it sits for an extended period of time, particularly when there has been a lot of rain, like we have experienced this spring. 


The brakes can rust up. If the vehicle isn’t moving and the brakes are not being operated to clean off those rust spots, more rust can build up.  As rust is invasive, this can cause your brakes to perform improperly, resulting in a safety concern.

Topics: Keep your vehicle moving
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Time Is Money For Fleet Owners

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 13, 2020 6:45:00 AM

As a fleet operator, the last thing you can afford is to have your vehicles in the shop for days at a time. Not only are you spending money on the work that needs to be done to them, but you’re also not making any money. We understand this completely at DeBoer’s Auto, so we prioritize getting your fleet in and out as quickly as possible with the highest quality of workmanship. Time is money for fleet owners and here are some of the ways we can increase our speed of service.

Topics: fleet check list
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Risk Management Strategies For Your Fleet

By Bill DeBoer on Apr 9, 2020 11:44:14 AM

Owning or managing a fleet can be a stressful job. Setting a budget and sticking to it is challenging since so many unexpected things can happen to vehicles that drive up the costs of operating them. DeBoer’s Auto has worked with many fleet operators over the years and has a better understanding of their risk management strategies as a result. Not only can these strategies keep your business moving forward, but they can also minimize direct expenses and keep insurance numbers as low as possible.

Topics: fleet check list
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Pineapple Carrot cake

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Apr 3, 2020 11:53:35 AM


Carrot Cake  


For the cake:

2 cups granulated sugar

1 1/3 cups vegetable oil

3 extra-large eggs, at room temperature

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

2 1/2 cups plus 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour, divided

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

2 teaspoons baking soda

1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt

1 cup raisins

1 cup chopped walnuts

1 pound carrots, grated

1/2 cup diced fresh pineapple

For the frosting:
3/4 pound cream cheese, at room temperature

1/2 pound unsalted butter, at room temperature

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

1 pound confectioners' sugar, sifted

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
Butter 2 (8-inch) round cake pans. Line with parchment paper, then butter and flour the pans.

For the cake:
Beat the sugar, oil, and eggs together in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment until light yellow. Add the vanilla. In another bowl, sift together 2 1/2 cups flour, the cinnamon, baking soda, and salt.
Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients. Toss the raisins and walnuts with 1 tablespoon flour. Fold in the carrots and pineapple. Add to the batter and mix well.
Divide the batter equally between the 2 pans. Bake for 55 to 60 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. Allow the cakes to cool completely in the pans set over a wire rack.

For the frosting:
Mix the cream cheese, butter and vanilla in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment until just combined. Add the sugar and mix until smooth.

Place 1 layer, flat-side up, on a flat plate or cake pedestal. With a knife or offset spatula, spread the top with frosting. Place the second layer on top, rounded side up, and spread the frosting evenly on the top and sides of the cake.
Thank you Tina Ormond for sharing this amazing recipe. We hope you'll be making one for us to sample soon!
If you have a recipe you would like to share. Please send it to us.
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Topics: Pineapple Carrot Cake
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Why we employ ASE Certified technicians

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Apr 1, 2020 10:25:35 AM


Topics: ASE
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Keep Your Business Moving Forward With Personalized Fleet Services

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 24, 2020 11:35:05 AM

At DeBoer’s Auto, we believe all vehicles can go 250,000 miles without any issues. However, this requires regular and timely repairs and maintenance to be achieved. By doing so, you could realistically save upwards of $100,000 when you factor in the cost of paying for expensive repairs due to ignoring warning signs or even buying new vehicles every couple of years. This isn’t very time efficient nor cost-effective for fleet owners, so we offer personalized fleet services to help you keep your vehicles on a regular schedule for maintenance and repairs to ensure your business is moving forward.

Topics: fleet check list
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Understanding The Inspection Requirements For Your Commercially Registered Vehicle

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 19, 2020 4:47:40 PM

The vehicle inspection program in New Jersey has made changes in recent years that many people may not know about. Some of these important changes were made to commercially registered vehicles as well. If you’re unsure whether your vehicle has a commercial registration, check your registration card and look for the “registration code 11”. The license plate of the vehicle will also begin with an “X” if it is commercially registered. These vehicles fall under different guidelines than regular passenger vehicles and here are a few of the important factors you need to know about the process.

Topics: NJ State Inspection
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My Nan's Corned Beef Recipe

By Bill DeBoer on Mar 6, 2020 6:31:28 PM

My Nan, Ruth Salmon, was from Hazelton, PA; Pennsylvania Dutch country. She married my Grandfather John Paul Salmon in 1946. His family migrated to America from Ireland during the potato famine. Although Nan wasn't of Irish heritage, she did everything she could to make him happy. His family was large and they loved to gather for all occasions, especially Saint Patrick's Day. Her first attempt at St.Patrick's Day dinner was a disaster. But after a few trials, she nailed the "Best Corned Beef in America and Ireland!" Well at least according to John. 😉 From that day forward Nan's St. Patrick's Day Dinner always drew a crowd and she was famous for her corned beef. She kept her recipe a secret until late into her adult life. It was a way she could get all the kids and grandchildren (and now great grandchildren) together.

Topics: Expert Car Repair Buy Local
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Spring 2020 General Tire Promotion

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Mar 4, 2020 12:45:00 PM

Spring is here. So, roll those windows down and take on the road with a new set of tires.

From slick streets to highway cruising, these tires feature tech that gives you the control you need—and the performance you want.


Schedule Appointment Now

Download Rebate Form

Topics: General Tire Spring 2020 Promo
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Fleet vehicle driver checklist

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Feb 27, 2020 11:43:43 AM

As a business owner your investment in providing your employees a company vehicle has many advantages. Your investment is the way to increase your productivity, workflow and deliver your product or service to your customer. What you’ve told us is that when your fleet vehicle is down. It’s costing you valuable time, money and possibly a valued customer.

Keeping on top of your maintenance and services helps prevent unexpected downtime and therefore saving you money. We understand that you need to have your vehicles so that you can continue with your productive day to day services. 

Topics: fleet check list
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DeBoer's Auto Works with National Fleet Companies

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Feb 24, 2020 12:48:47 PM

 Some business owners employ mobile workforces. They need to provide company vehicles to their employees. In some cases business owners, or a  general manager will make decisions to maintain the fleet and make sure that all the services on the vehicles are being kept up on. In other cases, businesses will hire a fleet company which is contracted to handle all of the maintenance of the fleet. In the case of national fleet companies, they can dictate which automotive service shops can handle your vehicle. There are times when going to these locations for service is inconvenient for you. We at DeBoer’s Auto work with many national fleet companies.

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Why Small Business Owners Choose DeBoer’s Auto Instead Of New Car Dealers For Service

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 20, 2020 3:40:29 PM

For small business owners, taking care of your fleet is likely one of your top priorities. Buying new vehicles from the dealership may be a great option for your company for various reasons. However, when it comes time to service them, chances are going back to the dealership isn’t your best option. Here are some of the reasons why DeBoer’s Auto can take the headaches out of servicing your fleet and keeping them in top shape.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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What To Expect From Your First Visit To DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 17, 2020 11:17:00 AM

The auto repair shop you choose to service or repair your vehicle is an important one. You want to ensure qualified service technicians are working on your vehicle and they are always looking out for its best interests. When you discover DeBoer’s Auto for the first time, we want you to feel comfortable and confident bringing your vehicle into our shop. We’ve outlined the steps we take once you book your first appointment with us, so you know exactly what to expect along the way.

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Make Paying For Fleet Services Simple At DeBoer’s Auto

By Bill DeBoer on Feb 14, 2020 11:49:53 AM

Bill processing can be complicated for business owners, and many times it’s unnecessary. For example, when it comes to your fleet, how many times have you received multiple bills in the mail, even though you only brought it in for service once? Not only is this frustrating, but it’s also time-consuming in sorting everything out to ensure you’re only paying for the services and repairs provided.

Topics: Buying A Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle
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Molten Lava Cakes for Valentines Day

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jan 30, 2020 11:43:06 AM

Molten Lava Cake

How can you not want to dig into this amazing creation?

This says I love you big time! 💗You even get your own and you are NOT expected to share! Now that's love!! 👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩

Topics: Chocolate Lava Cake
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Pecan Pie anyone?

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Jan 3, 2020 10:33:49 AM


Waiter, there is Too Much 

Pepper in my paprikash,

But I'd Be Proud to Partake In YOur Pecan Pie..

I'm sorry, I just couldn't resist. I know you won't be able to resist this delicious pie either.  I hope you enjoy!



Topics: pecan pie
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Post holiday Blues Shouldn't  stop you from scheduling your vehicles maintenance

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Dec 27, 2019 9:58:51 AM


Don’t let the stress of Holiday bills put off your much needed vehicle repairs. 

Synchrony Offers 6 Months 0% interest special financing, the approval decision takes only minutes! Schedule your repairs now and you’ll be on the road safely in no time!






Topics: 0% financing 6 Months

Cooper Tires Winter 2019 Reward Offer

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 15, 2019 11:30:13 AM

The Cooper Tire Winter promotion is here!  Now through Dec 31st, 2019.  When you purchase a set of 4 qualifying Cooper® tires, including the Discoverer M+S™, Evolution Winter™ Discoverer True North™, Discoverer ™

Schedule Appointment Now


Download Rebate Form

Topics: Expert Car Repair Coopertire $50 Reward
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2019 November Continental Tire Promo

By Bill DeBoer on Nov 12, 2019 9:40:38 AM


Topics: Sussex County Tire Guide NJ State Inspection Consumer-Friendly
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2019 Technet Battery Special

By Bill DeBoer Jr on Nov 1, 2019 7:15:00 AM


Topics: Promotional
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Corey's Mashed Potato Casserole

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 31, 2019 11:45:30 AM

What thanksgiving would be complete without mashed potatoes? I think I would have to call a walkout if they tried to pull that at my house. Corey keeps coming up with tasty, delightful and delicious recipes. These are so delicious you can actually skip the gravy!

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By Bill DeBoer on Oct 22, 2019 3:33:22 PM

When you have service and repairs performed by DeBoer's Auto, you're covered by a nationwide limited repair warranty that extends across North America, for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. 

Topics: Expert Car Repair
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Colleen's apple cider donuts

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 4, 2019 12:56:00 PM


Topics: apple cider donuts colleensrecipe
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Bill DeBoer 25 Years ASE Certified

By Bill DeBoer on Oct 2, 2019 12:54:56 PM

It's hard to believe that he's old enough to celebrate anything over 10 years, let alone 25 Years of ASE certification. We're so grateful to Bill DeBoer for his years of hard work, dedication and making the DeBoer's Family proud. 

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