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Deciding Between Car Dealers

When it comes to buying a car, choosing the right make and model is one thing, and finding the right car dealer is another thing altogether. A few years ago, I purchased a car from one of my cousin's dealerships, and I absolutely loved the quality of service that they offered. I am here to tell you what your car dealership can do for you, so that you know how you want to be treated as you shop. If you really care about saving money and working with nice, intelligent dealers, check out this blog for tips on how to make your shopping experience productive.

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3 Tips That Can Help Keep Your Clutch In Good Shape

3 May 2017
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One of the most important components of your vehicle is the clutch, which also explains why the clutch can also be one of the most expensive components to replace or repair. Listed below are three tips you can follow that can help you keep your clutch in good shape for as long as you possibly can. Reduce Your Shifting Frequency One of the best things that you can do to extend your clutch's lifespan is to reduce your shifting frequency whenever possible. Read More …

Common Cause Of Hesitation And What Can Be Done To Fix It

19 April 2017
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It's not unusual for a car to begin hesitating on acceleration as it ages. This problem can come on gradually, so you may not even realize you have it until it becomes severe. Engine hesitation is not only annoying, it can be potentially dangerous if your car hesitates or stalls when you need to get out of the way of traffic. Therefore, it's important to identify and fix the problem as soon as possible. Read More …

5 Smells That Indicate You Probably Need Auto Repairs

19 April 2017
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Determining whether or not you need auto repairs depends on your senses. Are there strange noises? Does something not look right? One of the biggest factors in determining that something is not right with your vehicle is smells. Here are five smells that indicate you probably need to have auto repairs done: Burnt Oil: If you smell burnt oil, it's typically an indication that there is an oil leak. You will notice this smell because it is thick and heavy. Read More …

Identifying Bad Fuel Injectors

11 April 2017
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In order to keep your vehicle running reliably, you need to ensure that you are providing proper maintenance for each of the parts that make up your car's fuel system. Most drivers know that they need to change out their fuel filter regularly and use the correct gasoline in order to promote efficient engine operation, but few drivers take the time to care for their vehicle's fuel injectors properly. Here are three things that you can be watching for to help you determine when it's time to invest in new fuel injectors for your vehicle in the future. Read More …

What Are The Signs Of Braking Issues?

7 April 2017
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Many different signs of braking issues can come up while you are on the road. Here are some signs to watch out for. Stop Time Has Increased Your stop time should remain consistent; if you find that you need more time to come to a stop, it's time to see an auto brakes specialist. Car Turns While Braking If your car spins out a little bit when you brake, that is a good sign that one of your brakes is not working properly. Read More …