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Keep Tires Balanced For A Smooth Ride

Updated: 05/22/2011 - You really should make sure that your tires are balanced, so let’s take a look at some tips related to balancing your tires the right way.

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Interior Department: Keeping Your Vehicle Fresh

Updated: 05/08/2011 - Springtime always smells really good with flowers starting to bloom and having a vehicle interior that smells just as good makes your drive time a lot better.

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Vehicle Should Be Inspected At Least Once A Year

Updated: 04/24/2011 - April is National Car Care month, which is intended to remind us about the importance of maintaining your vehicle. You really need to get it inspected by a trained mechanic from bumper to bumper at least once a year.

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Driving Tips To Save You Gas And Money

Updated: 04/10/2011 - Getting better gas mileage is always on everybody’s mind because it can save you a ton of money. Here are a few other ways to improve your gas mileage.

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Shopping For A Used Vehicle Requires Keen Eye

Updated: 03/27/2011 - It’s always a good idea to have a mechanic check out a used vehicle before you buy it, but you can’t take every vehicle you look at into a mechanic when you are shopping. Here are a few things you can check when on a used car lot.

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Steering Clear Of Power Problems

Updated: 03/13/2011 - Power steering starts with the steering wheel, which in most cases is attached through a shaft to what’s called the steering rack. When you turn the steering wheel, the gears inside of the steering rack makes the tires turn left or right.

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Know The Right Oil For Your Vehicle

Updated: 02/27/2011 - Engine oil is often called the lifeblood of an engine and it’s true. There are a lot of moving parts inside of there and the oil keeps it all lubricated. Let’s take a look at different types of oil and how often it should be replaced.

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Keeping Windshield Wiper Washer Clear

Updated: 02/13/2011 - One of the worst problems to have in the wintertime is windshield washers that don’t work. If you have filled up the washer fluid tank and they still don’t work, here are a few things that you can look for to get it fixed.

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Halt The Salt Damage

Updated: 01/30/2011 - By now you know that too much salt is bad for you. Well, the same holds true for your vehicle. Too much salt can corrode not only the sheet metal body of your vehicle, but all kinds of other metal parts as well.

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Antilock Systems Give Drivers A Brake

Updated: 01/16/2011 - Antilock brakes and traction help keep control on slick streets. Even though one system is designed to make you go and the other is designed to help you when it’s time to stop, on most vehicles the systems share the same parts.

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Resolutions For Your Significant Other (With Four Wheels)

Updated: 01/02/2011 - Do you have any New Year’s resolutions for your significant other? Not your spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend, but your vehicle. You need to start paying a little bit more attention to your baby before it’s too late.

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Accessories For Your Ride

Updated: 12/19/2010 - If you are getting a little bored with your vehicle, you don’t need to go out and buy something brand new. You can get some accessories for your current car or truck and make it look a lot different for a lot less money.

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Bust The Rust

Updated: 11/22/2010 - You have heard the term rust never sleeps and it's true. Once rust gets started it has a tendency to keep spreading and causing even more damage. But you can do some things to avoid getting rust problems on your vehicle.

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Autumn Leaves And Your Vehicle

Updated: 11/07/2010 - Leaves are beautiful in the fall, but they can be a real problem for your vehicle. For example, if you get leaves accumulating along the lower part of your windshield area, they can not only be a nuisance for your wipers, but they can affect the inside of the vehicle as well.

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Ball Joints Essential To Keep You Rolling

Updated: 10/10/2010 - Ball joints are used in your vehicle’s suspension and they allow your front wheels to move up and down and turn left and right. Having them checked at least twice a year is an important way to keep your vehicle safely rolling down the road.

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Are Your Wipers Ready For Winter?

Updated: 09/26/2010 - You usually remember that you need new wiper blades when it’s raining outside, then forget about it later. But it is important to check your wiper blades every so often to make sure that they are in good shape.

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Keeping Your Bearings Straight

Updated: 09/12/2010 - Wheel bearings have been used for years, on everything from skateboards to cars, but vehicles have changed a lot over the years and so have their wheel bearings.

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Summer Brings More Battery Woes Than Winter

Updated: 08/15/2010 - You want to feel charged up all the time, but the summer heat can wear you down. The same can be said for the battery and charging system in your vehicle. In fact, there are more battery problems in the summer than winter.

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Rolling With The Flow

Updated: 07/11/2010 - Thermometers are used in a variety of ways on vehicles, from telling you the temperature outside, to reading the temperature of the engine so that you can avoid overheating. Even though the temperature sensors can be very small, they are a very important part of several systems on your vehicle.

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Revamp Your Headlights

Updated: 06/26/2010 - If you have a dull headlight, you might think that the only solution is to replace it. But there are some repair kits on the market that can make them look a lot better for a lot less money.

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Road Trippin'

Posted: 06/12/2010 - Before you even think about heading out on the road, get your vehicle checked over from bumper to bumper. Items such as tires, belts and hoses all need to be checked, along with everything else on the vehicle.

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What Type Of Gas Do You Need?

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Memorial Day weekend signals the start of the summer driving season. Of course that means that you will be driving more and buying more gas. There are different choices when you roll up to the pump. What do they all mean?

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The Serpentine Belt

Updated: 05/02/2010 - Belts for our pants have changed a lot over the years and so have the belts in our vehicles.

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Breakdown On Dodging Costly Brake Repairs

Posted: 04/17/2010 - Brake repairs can be costly because there are a lot of parts that can be damaged, but there are ways to reduce your brake job costs in the future.

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