Car Maintenance: Taking Care of the Brakes

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5 Tire Traumas That You Should Check For Regularly

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Many drivers don’t pay any attention to their tires until they become low on air or even go flat. However, checking your tires on a routine basis for signs of possible problems can save you a great deal of inconvenience as well as help keep you and your family safe while on the road. While some signs of tire trouble are obvious, such as a large bulge in the side of tire or a noticeable leak, other subtle signs exist that it may be in your best interests to have your tires checked. Read More»

3 Car Features That Make Winter Driving More Enjoyable

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If you love taking a long, scenic drive to unwind after a long work-week, then you may cut this drive out during the cold, snowy winter that turns long drives into chores instead of relaxing experiences. If you live in a cold, snowy area of the country, then you choose a vehicle that makes you feel safe in the winter, so why not choose one that keeps winter driving enjoyable as well? Read More»

How To Prepare For An Auto Accident Before It Occurs

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When was the last time that you were in a car accident? If it’s been about ten years, then you’re probably about due for one – the average American driver has an accident about once every ten years. The problem is that’s often enough that you can expect to have at least a few accidents throughout your adult life, but it’s rare enough that you aren’t prepared when it does happen. Read More»