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Roadside Emergency Kit & Safety

Once you get behind the wheel of your car, always endeavor to drive safely. Driving safely requires that you drive defensively and keep your eyes on the road and the other drivers. Avoid the temptation to talk on your cell-phone, text, or check it for messages. In addition, make sure that you follow the signs and stay within the speed limit. When traveling, keep in mind that accidents happen, and carry along a roadside emergency kit for safety...

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Safe Driving Tips for New Car Owners

Buying a new car is a great thing. You will be mesmerized by the interior, the exterior, and the technology that is now in place. This can be overwhelming, which is why safe driving tips should get reinforced with care.

Don't Mess with Technology While Driving

New cars come with a lot of great upgrades and technology. Do not use this while driving. Wait until you're at home, parked, and safe before messing with the bells and whistles. Messing with these on the road can lead to distracted driving...

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How to Handle a Check Engine Light

Maintaining your car is a very important responsibility. Those that are able to take care of their cars, follow regular maintenance plans, and have their car checked out when necessary will see their cars last a lot longer and save a lot of money. Fortunately, cars today have several different indicators that will let you know when it is time for service.
One of the most important indicators to follow is the check engine light.
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Friction Is The Way To Go

Traction is everything to a vehicle. Without proper traction, no matter how much an engine roars and runs, your car won’t move an inch. Your tires are the critical component that allows your vehicle to move forward by providing the proper friction between wheel and surface. Your tires matter, but unfortunately they wear out eventually. Did you know that tires wear out unevenly.
Because of the distribution of weight in your vehicle, the back and front tires will wear differently depending on the loads you carry.
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The Synthetic vs. Conventional Oil Conundrum

General maintenance of your vehicle should always include regular oil changes. This helps ensure that your motor stays clean, cool, and functioning without problems. However with any vehicle, the question always comes up whether to put in synthetic or conventional oil.

For the most part, vehicle makers have taken this question off the table by providing strict requirements in their owner's manual. Flipping to the page describing motor oil requirements will let you know exactly what type you should have your dealership put in.

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Pay Attention to Your Vehicle

How often do you check your vehicle's fluids or tire pressure? If you can't remember the last time you did a checkup on your car, then it's high time you did one. Just taking a couple of minutes to check our vehicle can save a lot of problems in the future.

All it takes is a quick glance and you'll be able to spot anything that is "off". It's also a great idea to take your vehicle into your specialist to create a specific vehicle maintenance checklist for you vehicle's needs.

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