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Carrying Convenience in the Mitsubishi Outlander

You won't have to worry about blazing a trail on off-road terrain because the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander comes with a 2.4L MIVEC engine that gets up to 166 hp and gives you an EPA-estimated 30 miles per gallon on the highway. Also available is a 3.0L version on the GT that explodes with 224 hp.

With room for seven across three comfortable and spacious rows, the Mitsubishi Outlander has space to accommodate all members of your family are all participants of your work carpool. If you prefer to carry DIY supplies or camping equipment, you can fold…

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Maintaining Your Car for Inclement Weather

Stormy weather can not only be an inconvenience when traveling, but can also contribute to dangerous driving conditions. Keep these simple tips in mind to prepare for the next time you encounter inclement weather.

While using cruise control on a long trip is convenient, it can become a liability on wet roads, as it cuts down on driver reaction time. Keep active control of your vehicle so you can slow down when necessary on wet roads. Steer into the direction of a skid should your car begin to hydroplane. You should also keep your car's headlights, tail lights...

 

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Should You Have Summer Tires or All-Weather Tires?

The answer to the question of whether you should have summer tires or all-weather tires really depends on the area where you reside. Summer tires are meant to be used in warm or wet conditions, while all-weather can handle a wider range of temperatures. However, the weather at some locations can be difficult to predict.

A summer tire is designed to offer better traction in wet conditions and has a shallow and asymmetrical tread and a material made with sticky additives. These all combine to enable the tire to adhere to the road surface better. Summer tires will become rigid…

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What level of voltage means I have a bad battery?

When you jump into your vehicle and the car will not crank you suspect that you have a bad battery. The first thing to do is to turn on the headlights, jump out of your car and see if the lights are on. If the lights are on, your problem lies elsewhere. If the lights are not on or are dim, then you were probably right with your first assumption.

To confirm that your battery is bad you need to use a voltmeter to measure the charge. If you do not have a voltmeter, then you should get one. Voltmeters…

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Get Your Tires Rotated Today!

One thing that car owners often put off more than any other maintenance item is tire rotations. That is why our team here at Don Jackson Mitsubishi in Union City want to be sure that you fully understand the many benefits of regularly rotating your car's tires.

First, rotating your tires regularly extends their useful life. This means that you'll have to replace your tires less frequently which saves you a ton of money. Second, regular tire rotation makes for a much smoother and enjoyable ride. This is because, over time, your tires wear unevenly which can cause…

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What an Illuminated Tire Pressure Monitor Light Means

In recent years, cars have become equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)to help make driving safer. This sign illuminates on your dashboard to keep you informed of any tire pressure issues so you can arrange for the service department at Don Jackson Mitsubishi in Union City, GA to handle it. So don't panic if you notice that the tire pressure monitor stays illuminated, because it's providing you with valuable information.

When the TPMS becomes illuminated, it is alerting you that your tire is underinflated and your...

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Get Your Brakes Serviced at the First Sign of Trouble


Your brakes are vital to the safety of your vehicle. If you hear grinding noises when you press down on the brake, or the pedal feels spongy, it's time to head to Don Jackson Mitsubishi and talk with a technician in our service center. Don't drive around with brakes that are making noise, as the problem can quickly get worse.

Your brake pads wear down over time. If you hear squealing noises, this is usually because the brake pads need to be replaced. If the noise changes to a grinding noise, stop driving and get help for your…
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Ignoring Slow Down and Move Over Laws Endangers Roadside Workers

The activities of our highways in Union City require that one way or the other there will be roadside workers of all sort. They come for various purposes and include firefighters, construction crews, law enforcers, tow truck drivers, and emergency responders. They work to enhance the safety of the public.

Due to the nature of their work, about two hundred roadside workers do lose their lives every year. As if that is…
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Have You Booked Online For Our Services?

Nowadays, with the increase in usage of the internet, it’s hard not to automate some of the services. Do you find it hard going to book a car service appointment physically? It’s now easy to schedule an appointment with our service scheduler app.

The scheduler is quite easy to use. We at Don Jackson Mitsubishi understand that not everybody has time to walk into our offices in Union City to book an appointment which is why we introduced the service scheduler. We aim to service your car to your satisfaction.

The scheduler only takes a few minutes. You…
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Tips For Tallying Your Car's Cost Of Ownership


The United States, along with the rest of the world, is full of vehicles. No matter how you look at it, they all make life easier, unless they wreck and get it the way of other cars and trucks attempting to commute to work or another obligation without being late.

Vehicles are expensive. Whether you consider this correct or not, there are more costs to owning a single vehicle than its one-off purchase price. What are some of the costs associated with buying a motor vehicle?

Depreciation isn’t necessarily an expense, although it represents the...
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