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Safety Checklist Before Your Next Long Road Trip

Our service center knows all too well how m=not being prepared on a long road trip can be especially costly. In order to make it safely to your destination, be sure to work through this checklist before leaving.
  • Pack a box with emergency items like road flares, reflector triangles, or distress signs.
  • Bring a gallon of engine coolant , not water, in case the motor begins to overheat.
  • Change the wiper blades before the trip and fill the washer fluid.
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Tips and Tricks to Save Gas

There are many ways that you can get the most out of your fuel tank, no matter what kind of car or truck you happen to drive. Everyone has heard about not hitting the brakes too much and keeping your car filled, but there are other things you can do that will impact the amount of gas that you use.

Make sure that the tires of your vehicle are completely inflated, as this can increase fuel economy by one percent. You should go in for regular oil changes whenever your car is due for them to increase your fuel economy…
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A Healthy Battery is Essential

Without a properly functional car battery the car will not run. There are a multitude of reasons why the battery needs to be serviced on a regular basis in order to ensure the health of the car and the battery. The battery can become loose at the terminal or develop corrosion from a slow leak of the battery fluid.
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Tire Rotations: Easy Way To Extend The Life Of Your Tires

Car maintenance can be complicated, but having your tires rotated is easy and is one of the most cost effective ways of extending the life of your tires. So what is a tire rotation? A tire rotation is simply removing the tires off the front axle and moving them to the back axle, and the back tires are moved to the front axle.
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