Car Care Tips to Keep Your Ride in Tip-Top Shape

Newer vehicle technology has made things like oil changes every 3,000 miles a thing of the past. These days, your car is likely equipped with all sorts of helpful alerts that remind you when it’s time to check your tire pressure, change your oil or inspect the brake system.

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Winter Driving Techniques

Winter driving safety starts long before you get behind the wheel. No matter how sharp your reflexes are, when you lose traction, all of the expert driving techniques may not help you.

 

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Big Wheels Keep on Turn'n

These days, a set of four tires will cost a few hundred dollars on the low end, and well over a thousand dollars on the high end. It’s never been more important to make sure your tires last as long as possible.

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Will Your Car Battery Survive Winter?

DID YOU KNOW… …a car battery loses a third of its power in freezing weather? Why? Because as the air outside cools, the oil in your car thickens. Parts move slower and your battery has to use more power to turn over and start the engine.

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Emergency Kit

Whether you're preparing for your next road trip or the next season, it's a good idea to take inventory of the items in your car emergency kit. AAA recommends having an emergency kit in your vehicle and provides this list of things to include and tips on where to stow them. Be sure to replenish any depleted items as needed.

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What to Do When Your Vehicle Breaks Down

How you fare when your vehicle fails is often a matter of how you respond. The decisions you make are important and can have positive or negative consequences. Fortunately, most problems are preventable.

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