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Spring Cleaning? Don’t Forget Your Car

You may have pulled out your mop and broom to get your home squeaky clean, but don’t neglect your car. And while a nice, deep clean of the interior of your car is important, don’t neglect the inner workings of the car. What’s under the hood may need a tune-up now that...

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How to Make Tires Last Longer

All tires wear out, but there are steps you can take to prolong their life. Since tires aren’t cheap, a little preventative care can translate into significant savings down the road. To make your current tires last longer, be sure to tend to the following maintenance...

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How to Prevent Tires From Getting Flat [infographic]

Tires are one of the most important car parts to maintain. It is the only part of your vehicle that has a direct contact with the road. It is also vulnerable and prone to wearing, flats or blowouts. To keep tires in good condition and to make it last longer, always...

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Tips to Prevent Flat Tires

You may be familiar with the scenario: You leave the house with high hopes for a road trip only to have your day deflated by a flat tire. Flat tires are inevitable, and unfortunately, they tend to strike at the most inopportune times—such as when you are traveling or...

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Show Your Car Some Love for National Car Care Month

April is National Car Care Month. With the warmth of spring in the air, it’s a great time to tend to car issues that may have cropped up during the cold winter months. You may even start thinking about getting your car ready for summer road trips. As you focus on...

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Signs You May Need New Brakes

The effectiveness of your brakes could make the difference between life or death. When you need to stop suddenly while driving at more than 60 mph, even well-functioning brakes will require about 100 yards to take your car to a standstill. If your brakes fail you, the...

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Different Types of Tire [infographic]

When looking for quality tires for your vehicle, you need to consider first the type of tires that will suit your car. Do you drive a crossover, utility or sports car? Do you want a tire that will enhance your vehicle's appearance or its performance? Also, what are...

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Choosing the Right Tires

With so many tires on the market these days, buying the right kind of tire for your vehicle can be daunting and confusing. There are many variables to consider, including the type of vehicle you drive, the speed at which you drive, and the weather you drive in. Tire...

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New Wheel Installation Tips

If your car is due for new tires and wheels, the replacement process is relatively simple. However, you need to make sure that it is done correctly to avoid problems later. The following tips will guide you in installing your new set of tires and wheels: Check tire...

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Are you Rotating Your Tires Regularly?

It’s important to rotate your tires every 5,000 or 8,000 miles, depending on the recommendation of the car manufacturer. Regular tire rotation is essential to prevent tires from wearing unevenly and keep you from having to replace your tires prematurely. With tire...

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Protect Your Eyes While Driving

March is Save Your Vision Month. As we all know, good vision is essential to good driving. You need to be able to clearly see the rear-view and side mirrors and watch for road hazards, including pedestrians crossing the streets. If your eyesight is poor, you risk...

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Is it Time for an Alignment?

Bad roads are your tires’ worst enemies. Driving across potholes or bumps could alter the alignment of your tires. Improperly aligned wheels will shorten the lifespan of the tires and cause a range of other problems to your car. To align your tires, the suspension of...

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