Your best quote for a quality detail job comes when you drop by so we can see the size of your vehicle and the work needed.
The sun is nearly peeking out, and in the shop, if feels like we're are all ready to dive into all of those activities we’ve been missing while enduring the winter and rainy months!
With the temperature rising (hopefully soon!), comes different wear and tear on everything. The sun and warmth doesn’t just affect us and our yards, it plays a role in everything we do ...and drive.
Those rising temps create an environment that is extra hard on your car or truck.
Wondering what you can do to help prepare your car for warmer months?
Adding back a layer of protection is a great idea.
We're talking about wax.
But before we can apply and buff a beautiful, shiny, protective coat of wax, we'll need to give the vehicle a good wash first.
Yes, inside as well as out. Might as well make it a good -and thorough- job.
Consider it a kind of Spring Cleaning for your car. It's a great time to wash, refresh and protect your vehicle.
Hi All—Rico here!
Spring has arrived! I know you’ve got to be as excited as I am that the sun is back, and we can crawl out of our winter hiding to enjoy the great outdoors!
With the weather being better, it’s easier to hop in your car for a quick (or long) trip to explore.
Taking a little time to make sure your car is ready for that trip can save you headaches and high repair costs in the long run.
Here are some things to check, in order to maintain your car this Spring:
Tire pressure. You can use a tire pressure gauge to check your tire pressure wherever you are. Keep one handy in your glove box or side panel pocket to check your tires when you add gas at a service station.Research what levels your tires should be at, and ensure they’re within the limits.
Tire treads. Your local tire shop can check your tread to ensure it’s within a safe range. You can even find tips online for checking it yourself with a penny if you’re feeling brave! And if you’re feeling brave , here’s a link to do the penny test.
Alignment and suspension. Stop by your local tire shop to have your alignment and suspension checked. Lots of shops will check it for a nominal fee.
Wiper Blades. Are your wiper blades leaving streaks or not wiping the windshield clean? Pick up a new pair to keep your vision of the road optimal. Takes about 10 minutes to pickup & install in the parking lot of the auto shop store.
Windshield. If you have cracks or dings in your windshield, consider having it replaced. There are also options for filling damaged areas without replacing the entire windshield. Some insurances even offer a free replacement!
Lights. Have a friend walk around your car with you to make sure all of the lights on your car are in working order.
If you're local to West Seattle or the surrounding area, Kandie and her crew at Tom's Automotive (2 blocks from us) are happy to replace the wiper blades as well as check your lights and fluids too.
Fluids. Check the fluids in your car periodically. Here are some that are easy to check for yourself: engine oil, coolant, power steering fluid, brake fluid and windshield washer fluid. If you’re a little hesitant to do it yourself, stop by Tom's Automotive to have them checked!
There are plenty of options when it comes to maintaining your car. These are fast tasks to get through when you set by a minimal amount of time each week to address each one!
In the long-run, it will help to not only keep you safe on the road, but also preserve the value of your car.
Accidents still happen
If you happen to meet someone by accident, definitely bring your vehicle here (or have it towed) and we'll work with your insurance directly to get an estimate and the fixes needed to get you and your vehicle safely back on the road.
Be careful out there!
Hi All—Rico here!
Gotta tell you, we're excited to see the sun, slowly and surely, creeping back into our days here in Seattle! The promise of Spring feels close, all right. This time of year means changes for all of us... on a couple of levels.
You may be thinking about getting your cars cleaned up from the wet and muddy winter, but also prepped for the road trips looming on the horizon.
The one word that comes to mind?
Detailing your car is a great way to keep your car looking and smelling clean, of course.
Did you know that regularly detailing your vehicle will help it to retain its value long-term? Detailing is more than just washing the exterior and vacuuming carpets. It's shampoo means digging those items you’ve dropped between the crevices that you thought would be forever lost.
It means shampooing your carpets to keep them looking -and smelling- clean. It means taking the extra time to ensure you’ve wiped, cleaned and sanitized most every inch of your car.
Here are a few things that are on our list when you get your car detailed at our shop.
Picking the right time to detail is incredibly important too. You want to wait until the dreary wet winter months are in the rear-view window.
The sun and dryer weather help to ensure that your carpets will dry properly. Shampooing during wet months can result in mold or little critters forming in those carpets. Nobody wants those!
We have all sorts of detailing for your car at the shop. We even offer gift certificates.
After all, who wouldn’t love a car spa day as a gift?!
Pop in or call the shop to see what options we have that fit your vehicle’s wants and needs. We look forward to handing your keys back over to you so you can drive out of the shop with a spiffy and shiny vehicle for the sun to sparkle off of!
Hi All—Rico here!
This month I’d like to take some time to focus on the safety of children in cars. There is so much information out there about where kids should and/or shouldn’t sit, who should/shouldn’t be in a car seat and all of the specifics for kids in cars.
In my opinion, airing on the side of caution to keep our youngsters safe is always the best policy!
There are tons of statistics out there about how many kids are injured or killed in car accidents each year which I won’t share. It’s simply far too many and a lot of them could be prevented.
Here are some helpful reminders and tips for you to consider prior to hitting the road with a child in your car.
Car seats are important!
Kids under 8 or under 4’ 9” have to be secured in a child safety system
Kids under 13 should ride in the back seat whenever possible
Kids too big for an infant carseat but not ready for the actual car's seat need to ride in a booster seat
Kids riding in a booster seat must use a shoulder strap at all times
Kids cannot graduate out of a booster seat until they are at least 40 pounds
For more information about safe driving with kids in the car please check out laws, facts and tips here.
For tips on picking the correct car seat for your child click here.
Above all else, just take a little extra time to ensure the safety needs of your child are being met for every single trip in your car.
Hi All—Rico here!
This time of year, the roads are slick! I wanted to take some time this
week to explain why our Pacific Northwest roads can be dangerous this
time of year, and how to protect you, your car, and the ones you share
the road with.
During summer months where we lack wet weather, the oils and fluids
from vehicles traveling down the road build up.
The first rain is the most dangerous, at is loosens up all of those fluids
creating a very slick and greasy surface. Believe it or not, this surface
can be compared to black ice! As we move forward, this layer is washed
away but the standing water on the roads, rains and decreased sunlight
all create a much more difficult environment for driving.
Before you hit the road slippery roads for the season, check:
Your tires are inflated properly.
Keep an air pressure gauge in your glove box.
The tread on your tires.
Insert a penny into the tread with Lincoln’s head upside down,
facing you. If you can see all of the head—it’s time to replace
The last time you've had your tires rotated.
This should be done every 5,000 to 8,000 miles.
Your windshield wipers.
Invest in quality wiper blades: these can mean the
difference between seeing and not seeing once the rains begin.
While you’re on the road:
Watch those pedals. Accelerate and decelerate slowly.
Increase your distance. Instead of following at a distance from
3-4 seconds to 8-10 seconds.
Slow down. Take your time on the road and slow down a little.
All of these things are simple things to evaluate and do, and don’t cost much!
If you do meet someone "by accident" please allow us to give an estimate
to repair any damage. You're welcome to have your vehicle towed to our shop.
We work on your behalf with all insurances.
Many thanks & safe travels!
Hi All—Rico here!
As I look around our shop, I am overcome with gratefulness for all of our customers!
We have a full shop this month—everything from special meaningful projects to
detailing to body repair. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in the works now at the shop.
Our paint booth is currently housing a meaningful gift from a father to daughter.
This car is getting a complete makeover as a graduation gift for a very
special young lady. The family has had the car for years, but decided to
spritz it up and make it a “new ride” for their daughter for her graduation.
This is very near and dear to my heart, and I just did the same for my
graduating daughter. Cars don’t need to be off-the-lot new to be beautiful and special. By sprucing up an older ride, it can be a “like new” car and not break the bank.
This is a practical, safe and special gift. And we're working to make her and her family
happy with the final product. Congratulations, Graduate!
Dents & Dings Repaired
We have our fair share of cars that are in for minor repairs, removing dings and dents, and also repairs from accidents. No matter the size of the job—we’re here to help. As a bonus, we’ll work with your insurance for you! Just have the car towed here and we’ll take care of the rest so you can focus on other things.
The sun is out! For us, this means we’re spending time in the car heading out to explore! Why not make sure your car is looking and smelling great for that next road trip? Plus, a protective coat of wax will be fantastic to preserve the value of your vehicle to boot. We even offer gift certificates. (And who wouldn’t love a car spa day as a gift?!) Pop in or call the shop and let's coordinate the best detail services for your vehicles.
Hi All—Rico here!
The sun is out and we’re beaming from ear to ear with some fun projects this month! We’ve got everything from a classic car repair/restoration to standard repairs to some great detailing work to get our customer’s cars looking great... to match this great weather we’re getting!
This classic beauty was our featured project in the shop this month. We repaired the front end, and are giving it some TLC to bring it back to tip top shape before sending it out on the road.
By the time we’re done with it the front end will be repaired, all of the chrome work will be reworked and it will be nice and shiny for the next ride.
Dents & Dings Repaired
As always, we have several cars with both minor and major dents, dings and bumps that need repairing. We take our time to ensure that we’re using the optimal method for both the vehicle and the client to get these repaired in a timely and efficient manner. Don’t forget—if you have an accident and need assistance working out your vehicle repairs with insurance, we're your resource for that as well.
Let's about options for your vehicle’s wash, wax and detail here in West Seattle. We would love to see you and talk about how we can maintain the "cruiseability" of your car, truck or SUV!
Hi All—Rico here!
This month seems to be off to a rainy start outdoors, but is anything but rainy in the shop! We have lots going on in the shop this month. From detailing, cleaning-up and new paint jobs to repair—we’ve got projects galore! Here’s a little sneak peek at a few of the projects in the works.
Our crew has been hard at work detailing cars this month—getting them all clean, nice and shiny for their owners! From a little wipe down, vacuum or tidy up, to the full interior/exterior spa day for your car, every little bit of maintenance with keeping your car looking and smelling clean is great!
The Paint Booth
We’re just about ready to unmask our newest car that made its way through our paint booth. (Our brand new paint booth that’s utilizing all water based and eco-friendly paint!) This beauty in blue is looking so fresh with its new paint job. Just a few more finishing touches and it’ll be back with its owner and shining as it drives down the road!
At any given time, we’ve almost always got a bumper (or multiple) that is in the shop and in need of some fixing and/or T.L.C. We're continually repairing them whenever possible as it's often less expensive than replacing them. Many times, in order to repair them, we'll use heat, then reshape, then repaint. And then we replace it back onto the vehicle.
When our customers bring their cars into our shop our philosphy is always to use the method that will be the best for the customer and car. This means the best quality, timeline and price for them and their vehicle. Budget and safety are always top of mind for us when we approach each and every job in our shop!
Hi All—Rico here!
We’re excited to announce that our brand new paint booth is up and running! During November and December of this last year we made the major change and upgraded our paint booth. What’s the big change? We’re using 100% water based paint!
What does this mean? Many great things...and here are just a few:
- Is healthier for our painters
- Is extremely durable
- Requires less clear-coat and dries quicker
- Has lower VOC (volatile organic content); meaning, it has less impact on the environment
This isn't an easy change to make for a shop, though we've been wanting to for awhile now.
Many shops are not able to make the switch from a cost and staffing standpoint. The methods that are used for water based spraying utilize a high filtration system to reduce the airborne contaminants released into the atmosphere, so it’s a completely new system for painters to learn and use.
We’re lucky enough here at Rico’s Automotive to have a lead painter, Victor, who is skilled in this type of painting, and a paint prepper, Arturo, who is excellent at getting things ready for a quick turnaround for our customers!
Here's an absolute beauty getting prepped & making her way through the paint booth this month!
Hey all—Rico here!
One of our favorite things to do here at the shop is to take your car, when it’s looking and feeling its worst, and restore it to its best!
One way we do this is with a great detail. We find that a lot of people do the maintenance when it comes to spiffying their car up on the dash, seats and so on. Many don’t often have time to get to one of the main culprits for dirt and smell—the carpets!
Car carpets are tricky things to clean in a safe and efficient way.
When you add onto that fact that we live in the climate we live in—it’s easy to end up with a big mess if you shampoo carpets this time of year!
If at all possible—avoid shampooing carpets during the winter.
Here's why: The humidity and weather can make it difficult for carpets to dry completely. What does that mean? The onset of mold, mildew & spores. Gross.
This being said, messes happen, even in winter
Spill something on your carpets?
Dilute it right away with a little cool water and then blot it with a clean rag or paper towel until it’s dry.
The main idea being to spot clean only!
Instead of doing a full on carpet shampoo, focus on using as little liquid as possible and spot clean only the area that needs attention.
It’s in your carpets (and car’s) best interest to wait to shampoo carpets until the weather is warmer and dryer. By waiting, you avoid running into problems like mold and other unwelcome little organisms into your carpet by it not being able to dry completely.
So, if you find yourself in a crunch just spot clean and wait until the weather is more conducive to a deep clean. And as always, feel free to drive on over here so we can help!
We have some great detail packages, and consider ourselves experts in this area!
Happy New Year to All from me, Jolene and the team!
Hey all—Rico here!
Sometimes taking care of our cars gets pushed to the back burner, especially this time of year with so many things being added to our “to-do” list each day. Wanted to list one thing that you might want to push up your list a little bit - a nice detail service for your ride.
Cleanliness and details make an impression
By spending a little bit of time once a month to clean your car, it helps to preserve the resale value and also keep it looking nice. A detail service every 6 months can also be a good option for cleanliness and aesthetic purposes.
Why would yo want to do this?
Consider the time you are spending in your car, truck or SUV over the holidays...
Are you out with friends shopping? Carpooling to activities, after-school and evening parties?
Will you be picking up friends, family or inlaws from the airport?
You'll be making an impression, you know.
Perhaps you have someone special, and a ring, with a proposal in mind?
You'll want to consider the interior of your car before you hop in and have an incredible winter season!
In case you're still shopping
We do offer car detail is a great (and appreciated) gift idea for the holidays.
Gift certificates are available at Rico’s any time.
Neglecting these basic things can lead to much more costly issues and repairs in the long run. So, when you have a little down time, be sure to stay on top of the little things! The payoff is huge—your car life will be extended, and your passengers and other drivers on the road are more protected.
From my family and team to yours, happy holidays!!
Happy fall, all—Rico here again!
We’ve got lots going on at the shop this month. Everything from little tail light fixes, to major patch work, to a complete body overhaul. All we know is that we love being able to see the smiles on our client’s faces when they drive off in their shiny, cleaned up cars! Here’s a sneak peek at this month’s projects we have going on.
Sedan in the Paint Booth
Remember this one? This sedan was in our car getting some major body work done last month, and has been getting some much needed TLC since it made it’s debut. We've finished fixing all the body dents and major blemishes and are now finishing it up with a great new paint job. It's just about ready to go home - just in time to be shown off for the holidays.
Next up we have a work truck that had some dings in need of fixing. We've removed teh damaged area and are working on patching it now. After the patch is completely sanded and smooth, we'll get it to the paint booth and then back on the road.
1972 Plymouth Scamp
Last, but certainly not least, we are working on this little beauty. This Plymouth Scamp has a few dings, and some damage on the front driver's side in need of repair. This will likely be in the shop for a bit...but watch for progress as we restore the body to it's true form.
Vintage cars require an extra especial set of hands working on them, to ensure they retain the value and look of a true vintage car.
Vintage cars As we continue our worth this month, we're thankful for our great customers, and the rewarding work we're able to do. Our shop gives us the ability to work on so many different types of vehicles and help our neighbors here in West Seattle.
Whether it's a window replacement, major body work, a new coat of paint or just a good old fashioned detail job for your car, we love it. From my family and team to yours, happy holidays to you and your family. Stay safe on the roads! -Rico
Hey all—Rico here!
I want to pause to take a moment to talk about car accidents.
Of course this is something that we all hope is something we never have to deal with, but something that is important to be prepared for in case we do encounter it. There are roughly 6 million police-reported accidents that that place each year. Wow!
With that said, I want to repeat that the most important thing is to be as prepared as possible. Here are some tips for you to be prepared should you find yourself in this situation.
- STOP. Never leave the scene.
- PROTECT THE SCENE. Setup flares, turn your flashers on, use a flashlight if you have one and your lights are out.
- CALL THE POLICE. Regardless of how big or small—call the police. Your insurance may need a report if you end up filing a claim.
- TAKE PICTURES. If you’re able to, take photos of any physical damage to your car, the other car or whatever you collided with, and of yourself if you have any injuries.
- EXCHANGE INFORMATION. If your accident involves another vehicle, exchange information, no matter how big or small the accident is.
- GET YOUR CAR TO A TRUSTED GARAGE (Rico’s Auto Buff!). Depending on what condition your vehicle is in, either drive it, or have it towed to a trusty repair shop (Rico’s Auto Buff!) for it to be inspected for damage and safety.
- REPORT THE ACCIDENT. As soon as you’re able to, notify your insurance that an incident has taken place.
- KEEP A FILE. Keep all of the information you collect from the accident together in one place.
We get to know a lot of our clients as a result of these accidents. One thing we focus and pride ourselves on, is making the process as easy as possible for our clients. (We know this is a very stressful time!) We deal with all insurances, and take care of that whole portion for you, so you can focus on you.
I encourage you to take a couple of minutes to review your coverage.
You can never be too prepared!
Happy fall, all—Rico here again!
It’s hard to believe it’s already fall! Things are cruising right along here in the shop. This month has brought us quite a few cars that are in need of our help with some blemishes and accidents, but also some beauties that are getting a little TLC by way of a new paint job!
First off, we’re working on helping this bumper with a little restoration to its tip top shape. Blemishes on a bumper aren’t as easy as just spraying some paint on. We take our time with ensuring these spots are repaired properly by sanding, sculpting and repairing the blemish. After the foundation work is done, we send it over to the paint shop for a fresh coat of paint to ensure you’d never be able to tell anything ever happened!
Next up is this sedan that got t-boned on the rear driver’s side door. Ouch! We’re working on that back door right now, and it’s almost ready to go. Just need to finish working on repairing the interior of the car where the front and back seat meet and then it’s ready for a bath and to head back to its owners.
We also have this silver sedan in the shop that’s almost done with the door wiring and panel being the last piece. When replacing paneling
we remove all of the electrical to ensure that nothing is damaged when reassembling the door. This door will be back together, up and going, with the electronics working properly in no time!
Last but not least we’ve got another front end oops with the bumper being replaced. It’s important to check the vehicle to make sure everything is in order structurally when removing the bumper. While the bumper is getting the TLC it needs, we ensure the vehicle is in tip top shape before reassembling and returning it to you.
In addition to all of these highlights, we’ve also got cars getting a new layer of paint in our paint booth, and more getting a little TLC with a spa day. Whew! As another great month winds down, we want to remind you to take an extra second to look around while our on those dark, slick roads!We’re so grateful for our clients coming to us and trusting us with their cars. Looking forward to seeing what next month brings!
Hi all—Rico here again!
With this week’s weather, I’d reminded that winter weather is on its way.
Prepping your car for the changes in weather can not only help to keep you (and your passengers) safe, but can help in keeping your car safe by prepping it for the slicker roads and cooler weather as well. We're definitely auto body specialists and not car mechanics, but we have a few reminders for you so your cars stay safe and have better chances of staying intact...and actually out of our shop!
A few reminders to have in place for the cooler weather.
- Check your
- Exhaust system. We tend to think about carbon monoxide leaks in our homes, but not in our cars. The exhaust system can leak carbon monoxide too. Since our windows are up for the majority of winter, it’s important to ensure there are no leaks.
- Windshield wipers. Old windshield wipers can cause issues with being able to see what’s in front of you. Invest in good wipers to ensure your view is clear!
- Tire tread depth and tire pressure. This should be checked often. If you live in an area where snow/ice are an issue, consider tires that are specially designed for those elements.
- Oil & antifreeze levels. Cooler weather can create challenges for your car. Having the right fluids and ensuring everything is topped off is crucial for your car to operate safely.
- Definitely have the brakes and battery checked too.
Ready for a great local referral for a company that can handle all of these tasks on the checklist?
It's our neighbor and longtime partner: Tom's Automotive. Kandie Jennings and crew are just up the street and are trusted professionals.
Be sure to check them out at www.tomsautomotive.com
One more tip ...for the proverbial road
Have an emergency kit on hand. Keeping an emergency kit on hand is a great idea for safety! Your kid can/should include things like: jumper cables, ice scraper, a blanket, first aid kit, flares, extra gloves, tire chains and drinking water.
Even a short commute can become very difficult when your car is not prepared to handle the oncoming harsher conditions. Taking extra time to plan ahead for winter when it comes to your car is a great habit to get into annually.
Moreover, knowing your car is prepared allows you to relax and feel more comfortable when heading out on the roads!
Hi all—Rico here again! This month is a busy month at Rico’s, and has brought us a little bit of everything! From fixing blemishes and crunches, to getting a fancy new coat of paint to a beautiful spa day—our client’s cars are getting the works this month at Rico’s! Take a look at what's up in the shop:
Our first highlight is this beautiful Camaro that’s in for its “spa day” (aka detail job). From top to bottom—inside and out—this baby is going to be sparkling and ready for a spin when it rolls outta’ here.
Our second highlight is happening in our paint booth. This Toyota Tacoma is getting a fresh coat of paint. Already the transformation with the silver is amazing—and it will be even better with the gloss coat on top! From minor blemishes with paint to complete overhauls, we love updating your vehicle with a new shiny coat of paint!
Remember our blue Toyota van project from last month? It’s definitely been well loved over the years, and is getting a special treat, by means of patching and taking care of rust spots. Staying on top of rust spots doesn’t only help with aesthetics, but also helps to give your car some more life as well.
All this work is really on the passenger side for this project.
Our last highlight is a car that had a little accident, and needs some fixes on the back end. We’ve pulled the damaged piece behind the passenger side rear end of the car, and are in the middle of replacing it with a fresh (and safe) piece. By the time it’s out of here, you won’t even be able to tell anything ever happened to it…just how we like it!
This month we are excited about the variety of the jobs that we have. We love that our clients keep us on their toes with their vehicle needs. From basic to major needs, every job pushes us to provide our customers with something they’ll be confident and happy to drive out of our shop in. Thanks for another great month & please be safe out there on the roads!
Hi All - Rico here again from Auto Buff.
It’s hard to believe that summer is already coming to an end! Of course, this means that school is back in session soon (if not already) and the summer lulls on the roads are about to come to an end.
It also means there will be a lot more stop-and-go traffic in and near school zones, and lots of extra people crossing the streets.
We've got a few good safety reminders for you as we head into the school season:
If you’re dropping off or have kids taking the bus
- Have your kids exit the car on the side closest to the curb
- Remind your children of the importance of using crosswalks, listening to crossing guards and most importantly looking both ways before crossing the street
- If you have the option of dropping your child in front of the school or around the corner, drop them off in front of the school
- Do a practice run with your children to the bus or school and review all of these safety tips
- Never pass a vehicle that’s stopped for a pedestrian
- Leave extra room for busses, crosswalks and people on the street
- Slow down! Follow the speed limits, especially in the school zone
- Be extra mindful, especially during peak drop off and pick up times in school zones
Sharing the road with busses, pedestrians and other cars is something we do every day.
As we move into this season it’s good to take an extra moment to check blind spots, give ourselves a bit of extra travel time and to be a little extra patient with everyone else on the road.
Let’s work together to keep everyone safe during this next school year!
*Photo Credit: Matthew Rutledge
Hi all—Rico here again!
We’re winding down summer with some pretty exciting projects here in the shop. The theme of the month is TLC. As busy people, try to remember to show ourselves a little TLC, but how often do we remember to show our cars the same? Three of our projects at Rico’s Auto Buff this month are getting just that—a little TLC.
Our first highlight is a Toyota van. It’s definitely lived life large, and has a little rust to show for it. This van is getting a couple of things done. First, a major rust spot by the front passenger wheel well is being patched. Next, the rear passenger dog leg (area just behind the back door) patched and replaced. We’ve yanked everything out of the car to make sure we get every last little bit of it to make sure this car is healthy and ready to hit the road again when it leaves the shop!
You can't tell from here, but there's some body work that needs doing before we can get to the fun part...Paint!
The front wheel well on the passenger side needs to attention & a lot of elbow grease to patch this up.
The interior of the Toyota. But we're just at the beginning here!
Wheelchair accessible van
Our second highlight is a wheelchair accessible van that’s receiving a new paint job. The booth has been busy getting all of the pieces cleaned up and painted, and we’ve got all of the parts drying out and almost ready to go. It’s amazing what a new coat of paint can do for aesthetics!
Baby in the bath
Our last highlight is a beautiful little sports car that’s getting a well-deserved bath. It’s “spa treatments” will include top to bottom scrubbing, leaving it sparkling clean and ready to show off when it rolls out of here!
We love to restore, refine and pamper your vehicles. Let's make sure they're in top notch shape so you feel like a million bucks when you're cruising down the street.
- Rico & Jolene