Final Day Of No-Shave November!

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 It’s the final day of facial hair freedom at Einstein’s before the razors return December 1st! It’s also the last day that matching funds are available from Einstein’s Oilery for all employee and customer donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital! Double your gift today by making a donation at any Einstein’s Oilery location or online at: https://www.no-shave.org/team/einsteinsoilery

 

No-Shave November At Einstein’s Oilery

 The Einstein’s guys enjoying No-Shave November in support of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. (All employees have made donations to St Jude’s which Einstein’s is matching 100%. We’re also matching all customer donations up to $6,000!)

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Help Us Celebrate No-Shave November In Support of St Jude’s!

no shave November, boise oil change coupon,meridian oil change coupon,nampa oil change coupon,eagle oil change coupon   The Einstein’s team is observing a temporary hiatus of our clean-shaven grooming policy for the month of November to raise funds and awareness for the good folks at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital.  We’re matching all employee and customer donations to St Jude’s dollar for dollar up to $6,000 total! Customer’s can make a donation at any Einstein’s location or online via our No Shave November page at: https://www.no-shave.org/team/einsteinsoilery.  Help us support a great cause as we let it grow! 

Winter Driving Tips From The Idaho Transportation Department

winder driving boise, boise oil change coupons,nampa oil change coupons,meridian oil change coupons,garden city oil change coupon,eagle oil change coupon,idaho oil change couponThe following winter driving tips are courtesy of our friends at the Idaho Transportation Department:

• Keep your vehicle in the best possible driving condition. The lights, tires, brakes, windshield wipers, defroster, and radiator are especially important for winter driving.

• Keep your windows clear. Don’t start driving until the windows are defrosted and clean-even if you’re going only a short distance. Keep
your windshield washer reservoir filled with a non-freezing solution all winter.

• For safety reasons, you should not use cruise control if the road is wet and/or icy.

• Buckle up. All occupants are required to wear safety belts and/or shoulder straps when riding in a vehicle equipped with them.

• Start slowing your car down at least three times sooner than you normally do when turning or stopping.

• When stopping, avoid sudden movements of the steering wheel and pump the brake gently. (Check your vehicle owner’s manual; if the
vehicle has anti-lock brakes, you may apply steady pressure to the brake pedal.)

• Be aware of potential icy areas such as shady spots, bridges, and overpasses. Ice may form sooner or remain on bridges and overpasses longer, since they are exposed on their undersides and are deprived of ground warmth. Snow and ice also stay longer in shaded areas.

• It’s not too early to think about studded tires. In Idaho, studded snow tires may be used from October 1 to April 30.

Snow Removal Equipment

Use extra caution when encountering snow removal equipment; snowplow blades force snow up and off the road, potentially causing blizzard-like conditions and reduced visibility for drivers following too closely.

• Remain two car lengths behind snowplow trucks for every 10 mph you drive. Sand being spread by trucks can damage your vehicle.

• Do not pass a snowplow unless it is absolutely necessary.

• If you must pass, do so only when you can clearly see the road ahead. Do not pass on the side where the plow is spraying snow. If you do, the
snow’s force can knock your car out of control. Do not cut back immediately in front of a snowplow truck. The plow blades are often covered with snow and can be difficult to see.

• Do not brake suddenly if you are traveling in front of a snowplow. The heavy vehicle cannot stop as quickly as your automobile.

• Do not abandon your car unless it is absolutely necessary. If you must, leave it as far off the road as possible. Abandoned cars can interfere
with the road clearing process and can be extremely hazardous to snow removal equipment and the operators if they are hidden or buried by
snow.

Getting Stranded During Winter Weather

When traveling in winter months, be prepared in case your vehicle breaks down or you get into a collision. You should keep an emergency winter driving kit in your car. The kit should include:

• flashlights with extra batteries

• a first aid kit

• a pocket knife

• at least one blanket or sleeping bag

• an extra set of gloves

• socks and a wool cap

• a small sack of sand or cat litter for generating traction under the wheels

• a small shovel

• bottled water

• booster cables

• emergency flares

• energy bars or other non-perishable food items

• a brightly-colored scarf to attract attention in case of an emergency

• waterproof matches or cigarette lighter

• a map of the area where you plan to travel.

If you run your car for heat, make sure your exhaust pipe is clear of snow. If available, tie a scarf or bright cloth on the car antennae for snow
crews to see.

Let someone know your travel plans, including estimated departure and arrival times, route, and where you will stay when you reach your
destination.

Be courteous and call those who may be worried when you arrive at your destination. Keep in contact. If you have a cell phone,
make sure it is charged, and carry a list of emergency phone numbers.

If you get stranded, stay with your vehicle if heavy snow is falling. Most deaths occur when people leave their car, get lost, and freeze.

In case of medical emergencies in areas where roads have not been plowed, call the local or state police. These agencies will work with search and rescue personnel and the Idaho Transportation Department to respond to emergencies.

Idaho’s 511 Traveler Services:

For travel information, dial “511” or go to www.511.idaho.gov for up-to-date information on:

• weather-related road conditions

• traffic incidents and delays

• emergency road closures

Einstein’s Customer Quotables

“These guys are great! They’re so personable and funny. They advised us on everything they were doing to our car. The best part was not having to leave our car. There were cameras showing us who was working on our car and we could watch them in real time as well as the television that was playing right next to us. They brought us refreshments while we waited and kept us entertained with jokes. Very accommodating and the best car service I’ve ever had! Definitely recommend this place!”

-Heather C. via Yelp-

It’s No Shave November At Einstein’s Oilery In Support of St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital!

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 Einstein’s is suspending it’s company wide clean shaven policy for the month of November and encouraging all employees to “Let it Grow” in support of St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. All participating Einstein’s employees will be making donations to St Jude’s which Einstein’s will match 100%.  In addition, we’re pledging matching funds up to $6,000 for all customer donations received at any Einstein’s location or through our No Shave November team page at: https://www.no-shave.org/team/einsteinsoilery.   Help celebrate Noshember with us in support of a great cause!