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Keep Your Family Safe in a Chevrolet Malibu

If you're looking for a family sedan that was designed with safety in mind, take a look at the Chevrolet Malibu. This popular mid-size sedan is equipped with smart safety technology that will protect both you and your teen drivers.

No matter which member of your family is driving the Chevrolet Malibu, you'll appreciate the peace of mind that comes with the rear vision camera that comes standard on every Malibu. 

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Stay Connected in the Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD

Those who use their trucks while working for a living know that the Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD is one tough truck. This vehicle is noted for its dependability and versatility in a number of situations. The Silverado 3500HD is designed to keep you connected even when you are on the move.

The Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD features Android Auto.  

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Ready to Start Off-Roading? Here's What You Need to Know

If you want to start off-roading, you aren't alone. Many adults enjoy off-roading and find it to be a fantastic way to spend an afternoon or even a weekend. It's important to stay safe while you off-road, though. Before you get started, make sure you find people to come with you who can help look out for you.

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Drive into the Future in the 2018 Chevrolet Cruze

When it comes to cutting-edge features, it is tough to beat the 2018 Chevy Cruze. Even though this is a compact car, it is filled to the brim with amazing technology that can’t be found anywhere else. Here is a closer look at just a few of the features that the team at Chevy has added to their new Cruze.

With the myChevrolet mobile app, you won’t ever have to worry about being disconnected from your car. 

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How to Stay Safe When Driving in the Rain

The team here at Chase Chevrolet wants you to stay safe when driving in all kinds of conditions. If you are stuck driving in the rain, we hope that you will use caution and that you will know just what to do to stay safe.

You do not want to lose control of your vehicle when you are driving in wet conditions and you should avoid using cruise control because of this.

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Getting Your Car Ready for Spring and Summer

It's never any surprise that most people participate in spring cleaning, whether it's their house or their car. The weather's perfect, and the winter blues and winter road salt both get taken care of. Our dealership wants you to know as much as possible about properly taking care of your car. So here's some spring care tips to help.

Following the winter months, it's really important to get that cold weather grime removed. 

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All Weather Tire Selection Course

Car tire selection based on three aspects includes all season, all summer and winter tires. Here at Chase Chevrolet, our team of expert and experienced professionals offers a refresher course on how to select tires. It ensures you do not make any mistakes.

All-summer tires have the best handling and dry breaking averagely good in noise riding and wet breaking, they are 'good' in comfortable rides and rolling resistance and are fair when it comes to snow traction. 

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Tire Pressure Lights: Here's What You Need to Know

One of the most valuable tools your car has to offer are tire pressure lights. These lights will alert you when there's a problem with your tire pressure or even if there's just a change in the current pressure levels.

Your tires contain small sensors. These sensors are linked to the computer system in your car and monitor the pressure in your tires. 

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Fuel Filters are Key Components

Your vehicle engine may provide the motive force that moves your car down the road, but without the gas, diesel or other fuel provided by your fuel delivery system in place, your motor would not run.

The fuel delivery system includes many parts that need to cooperate in order to provide gas to your engine on time and in the proper quantities.

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Use Tire Spec Information Strategically

All tires are designed with markings that can simplify the process of selecting practical wheels for a modern truck or car. These specs are easy to pinpoint on a tire because the information is strategically etched on the tire material. By studying the measurements for width and height, you can swap out an inefficient tire so that you'll experience enhanced performance and increased handling.

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