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Vehicle Suspension Maintenance

Your vehicle's suspension is a very important and intricate system that is designed to maximize the amount of friction that is occurring between your vehicle and the road that it is driving on. This friction helps your vehicle stay stabilized and steer properly. If anything is amiss with your vehicle, then your suspension will need to be serviced and we have a staff of skilled technicians that will help you.

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Breathe Clean Air in Your Car by Changing Out Air Filters

You draw in a deep breath when you are in your car and you expect the air that you are breathing to be free of dirt and dust. A cabin air filter keeps the air that comes into your vehicle clean and good. An engines air filter looks out for your engine in the same way that a cabin air filter looks out for your lungs.

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The Importance of Proper Tire Care

Have you checked your tire pressure lately? Keeping your tires properly inflated and making sure they have good treads will help your car keep traction on the road.

Over time, tire treads can wear out, giving you less traction on the road. If you stick an upside-down penny into the treads and can see all of Abraham Lincoln’s head, it is time to replace your tires. 

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Keeping up with Fluid Maintenance

Keeping up with the maintenance on your car can sometimes seem like an arduous task. With all the things in life to get caught up in sometimes there just seems to be no time for a seemingly small thing like an oil change. However, having the oil changed regularly can be one of the most important things you can do to get the longest life and highest performance out of your car.

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Car Dashboard Warning Light Definitions

Modern cars are packed with sensors and filled with electronics to monitor the behavior of the vehicle and to make it easy for us to monitor the car. However, it can be difficult to figure out the meaning of the dashboard flashlight when something goes wrong.

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Don't Ignore Tire Rotation

Surprisingly, quite a few car owner's do not heed warnings about tire rotation. They simply choose to place tire rotation on the back burner. Meanwhile, they start to notice that their car seems to hit every bump in the road or that they have tremendous difficulty handling curves or sharp turns. 

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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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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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