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How to Handle a Tire Blowout

The best way to handle a tire blowout is to prevent one from happening in the first place. Tires are one of the most important safety features on your car and because they sustain regular abuse by the road it's important to take care of them. But, sometimes blowouts happen and you need to know what to do in the event that it happens to you. Here are some tips that will keep you safe:

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Chevy SS: Go Go Go Go

The all-new Chevy SS isn't so much as a car as a state of mind. Why? Because for all the boring four-door sedans on the market today, there's only one true excitement —and Chevy SS is it. Don't let it's refined exterior fool you — Chevy SS is here to win your commute — hearts and minds be damned.

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Never Ignore Your Cars Warning Lights

We all hate to see a warning light come on when we're driving. You're driving along and all of a sudden the check engine light comes on. Your car is still driving normally so you just keep driving on it until eventually you become desensitized to it. But you could be doing serious damage to your car and putting yourself in danger by ignoring your warning lights.

 

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SUV Loyalty in Stockton is Growing

In the market for a new SUV? Join the club. An analysis of first quarter consume data, reported on by AutoNews.com, recently revealed that nearly two-thirds of SUV owners purchased another SUV when buying a new car. That thorough level of loyalty is a rarity among drivers. Honestly, though? We're not hard-pressed to explain why so many people enjoy driving SUVs and crossovers.

 

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2017 Chevy Impala Shines in Government Safety Tests

If you're looking for a new vehicle that will reflect your style and protect you on the road, turn to the 2017 Chevrolet Impala.

This full-size sedan offers an array of advanced safety features to help keep you and your family secure and aware. The available Side Blind Zone Alert helps to keep you on your toes as it warns you when another vehicle enters your blind spot. The available Lane Departure Warning alerts you if you begin to stray from your lane.

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Should You Buy or Lease Your Next New Chevy?

When searching for your next brand new Chevrolet model, there is a lot of thought that goes into the process. But have you thought about leasing?

What is leasing?

Unlike financing a vehicle, leasing allows you to essentially borrow a brand new Chevy, drive it around for a few years, and then return it. Then you can choose to start again with another brand new vehicle!

Why should I lease?

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