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Car care tips from Texaco to keep your vehicle in top shape

Every time you fill up at Texaco, its Ho` āla program offsets carbon emissions by up to 30 percent!

Sponsored by Texaco in Hawaii

When you think of the Texaco brand, you probably already think of quality gasoline. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is at the Nuuanu Texaco station where she’s getting some car care tips that will help to keep your car running as long as possible.

The Nuuanu Texaco was once run by Duke Kahanamoku in the 1930’s after his Olympic swimming performance. Today, the location produly offers Texaco with Techron gasoline along with a service bay specializing in light repairs. This includes oil change, vehicle service, brake or suspension replacement, tire service, A/C, batteries, alternators, safety checks, and most general repairs.

Texaco is also helping customers reduce their carbon footprint. Every time you fill up at a Texaco across the state, its Ho` āla program offsets those carbon emissions up to 30 percent. Ho` āla invests in certified carbon offset projects like wind farms and partners with local eco nonprofits like Mālama Learning Center to support the Ola Nā Kini program, which is regenerating native and edible forests.

To find out more about Texaco in Hawaii or the Ho`āla program, be sure to follow Texaco in Hawaii on Facebook and Instagram @texacoinhawaii or visit texacoinhawaii.com and hoalahi.com.