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What to Know About Brake Repair

Do you hear a screeching or squealing when braking? This could be the first sign that there's a problem with your brakes and should be taken seriously. Don't delay service, get your brakes checked out as soon as possible.

Some other signs that you need to have your brakes inspected include:

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Ways to Make Your Car Interior Cleaner

Having a clean car interior not only looks great, it also makes for a more safe and comfortable drive for you and your passengers. With the proper car, even an older model car can look like new. Cleaning the inside of your car does take a little extra effort, but it's worth it in the end.

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Become a Safer Driver with These Useful Tips

There many ways to become a safer driver. You should obey the posted speed limit and road signs and check your mirror every few seconds to keep an eye on what is going on around you. Always use your turn signals and lights when necessary and come to a full stop at stop signs. Try not to follow another vehicle too closely, and you should never run a red light. You should also be sure to buckle up and make sure that your passengers also buckle up. Be a cautious driver rather than a reckless one...

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Don't Get Stranded on the Road Because of Your Vehicle’s Battery

Does your car have a hard time starting? Does it sound weak? Are your headlights a little dimmer than usual? When was the last time your battery was replaced? Taking care of your car's battery is essential. It powers all the computers and electronic goods we find in today’s modern cars. Car batteries usually last a few years depending on a number of factors like how you take care of it. Depending upon these factors, you may have to replace it more often. Always make sure your battery is in tip-top shape...

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Do You Have Tired Tires?

Tires carry the full load of your car. They take you through all types of terrain; wet, dry, smooth, rough, gravel roads, sand, mud, and everywhere you drive. The most careful driver will also wear out their tires. It is a good idea to do a visible check of your tires once in a while. Just simply take a quick glance and see if there are signs of wear and tear. There is an easy test to check for wear on a tire. If you place a penny into the tread with the head toward the tire and you see…

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Why You Should Get a Windshield Crack Repaired Quickly

It is amazing, the number of drivers that continue to drive to work, school, and play daily with a substantial size crack that is right in their view on their windshield. The fact is that the crack on your windshield is not going to disappear. In fact, over time it is possible that it is going to continue to crack and grow. A crack on a windshield is a driving hazard and a safety hazard to the occupants of the car. Don't place yourself, family, or friends in danger, while riding in your vehicle. Get the crack in the…

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Are Your Brakes in Need of Repair?

On a daily basis you may be moving at a fast pace, and it is very important to come to a safe and complete stop when driving your vehicle. With given the proper attention to maintenance, this can help to be ensured when you are on your daily travels...

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To Buy or to Lease? That is the Question

You may be wondering if you really want to buy your next vehicle or if perhaps leasing might be the best way to go. There is really no right or wrong answer, but you can learn more about buying and leasing to decide which option is right for you and your circumstances.

When you lease a vehicle, you sign an agreement to keep the car for a specific amount of time and to pay the amount it depreciates in value during that time. You will usually get the lowest possible monthly payment...

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100 Years on the Road

It’s hard to imagine not seeing a Mitsubishi on the road today, but this household name all got started 100 years ago, with the first car rolling out of the factory. According to Mitsubishi.com, the Mitsubishi Model-A was released in 1917 and became the first mass-produced car in Japanese history. 

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