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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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Non- Emergent Dashboard Warning Lights

Dashboard warning lights can cause frustration and anxiety when they appear suddenly in a driver's car. While some dashboard warning lights, such as the check engine light or the battery lights, may suggest a more serious engine, other dashboard lights are non-emergent and do not require immediate attention.

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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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