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Not Driving Your Vehicle For Awhile? Storage Tips for Your Car

Summer is almost here and many of you maybe planning to leave town for an extended period of time. Or perhaps you are getting ready to have off to college somewhere across country. Whatever the reason, you sometimes need to store your car. There are a number of things...

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What Side is Your Gas Cap On?

We’ve all done it. Pulled up to a gas station while driving a rental car or a new car and thought, “Oh no, what side is the gas cap on?”  The answer is easier than rolling down the window and awkwardly looking towards the rear of the vehicle, or...

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Warmer Weather is on the Way! Tips to Keep Your Vehicle Safe in the Warmth

Summer is coming help your vehicle prepare for warmer weather Summer heat can zap the energy out of you and require you to take extra precautions for your health, the same goes for you vehicles. Below are five tips to help your vehicle run safely. 1. Check your batteries...

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Buying a Used Vehicle? Remember to have it inspected first.

Did you know that before purchasing a used vehicle you should always have it  inspected by a competent automotive technician before negotiating price.  The following is a partial list of items to check before paying for a complete inspection.  Be sure to write down everything you notice before taking...

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Performing Regular Maintenance To Your Vehicle is Crucial

There are parts of a car that you don’t think about on a daily, monthly or even yearly basis, but some things need to be fixed to save money in the long run. Putting off maintenance on your car is just prolonging the inevitable and going to cost you...

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Is Owning Your Older Car Costing You More Than Buying a New Car?

Is your car starting to need more care than when it was on the new end of the spectrum? Are you having to do more repairs to your car than just scheduled maintenance and oil changes? You maybe thinking it is time to get a new vehicle to save...

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Be Prepared for Winter Road Trips

Motor vehicle accidents involving bad weather, mostly ice and snow, claim the lives of 6,000 Americans and injure 500,000 more every year  according to the National Center of Atmospheric Research. While Winter driving maybe dangerous there are several precautions you can take as a driver and vehicle owner to help...

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Is Your Car’s Battery Ready for Cold Weather?

Fall is here and winter and freezing temperatures are not far behind. Is your car or truck ready for the weather? One of the most common problems during cold weather spells is dead batteries. With a little preventative maintenance on your part you can assure yourself that your vehicle...

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Warning Signs…When Your Vehicle Talks to You

We think vehicles today are just short of amazing. With all of the gadgets, lights, warning buzzers and gizmos today’s vehicles can provide, we still encourage the good old basics to detect if something is not right with your vehicle. Remember the five senses you learned about in kindergarten?...

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Do you have a relationship with your seatbelt?

We all wear them, right? The seatbelt—that webbed material composed of cotton and nylon woven together for strength. When we hear that satisfying “click” of the 3-point latch, we feel safer and a little more secure to venture out on the road. But, we haven’t always been so fortunate...

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