Gear Up For Holiday Travel

Posted on: 14 November 2016

Are you planning to drive somewhere for the holidays? If you are, now is the time to get your car ready for the trip. The following tips will help you prepare your car for a long journey this holiday season. Check Your Tires The state of your tires is critical when it comes to holiday travel. Good tires with proper tread will help your car stay on the road when driving through snow, over ice, and in wet, rainy conditions.
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Identifying Transmission Problems By Sounds Or Smells

Posted on: 9 November 2015

Most of us just drive our cars without thinking about it too much. The main way that the large majority of people are going to be keyed into a problem is when a strange sound or smell occurs. Here are a few examples of sounds and smells out of the ordinary that indicate that you may have a transmission issue.   Burning Smell Obviously transmission fluid overheating isn't the only cause of smelling burning in your car, but it's a common one.
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An Easy Way To Protect Your Engine: The Importance Of Regular Oil Changes

Posted on: 14 August 2015

There are many reasons to change your car's oil on a regular basis, but one reason stands out above all others: regular oil changes can help the engine stay clean. By changing your oil regularly, you'll avoid the engine-damaging consequences of contaminated oil. If you want better engine performance and longer life, don't skimp on the oil changes. Read on to learn more about motor oil and about how it's used inside the engine.
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Is A Certified Used Car Equivalent To Brand New?

Posted on: 24 July 2015

If you're considering purchasing a certified used car in order to save money, then you may be wondering if you're making a good decision. While a certified used car is likely significantly less expensive than a new one, depending on the make, model and other aspects, can it really be considered to be equivalent to brand new? Here are specifics to take into consideration in order to better answer your question:
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