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Get The Maximum Life Out of Your Tires By Having Them Rotated

Do you ever feel a vibration in your steering wheel? Hear a hum or noise coming from your tires as you drive down the road? Having your tires rotated regularly can maximize the life of your tires and create even tread wear all around. Different drivetrains call for different types of rotations. If you have a front wheel drive, the most common areas of wear is on the shoulders. Rear wheel drive tends to wear quicker in the back. By having your tires rotated every other oil change, this will keep the tread wear even. By not doing regular rotations…
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The Importance of A Car Battery

The battery of a car is a very important component in your car. Without the battery, the car will not go. If the charge on your battery is low, again, it will not crank. If you hear your service man talk about CCA or cold cranking amps, that is one of the key characteristics of a car battery. All batteries come with a CCA rating and the higher the rating the higher the car battery capacity is. Over time your battery will start to lose some of its capacity.

By bringing your car in and having the battery tested, it…
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Do You Need Windshield Repair or Replacement?

Whether or not your windshield needs to get repaired or replaced depends on several different factors. Is your windshield chipped? Is the damage to the windshield small? If so, then a routine windshield repair might be able to do the trick. This takes a short amount of time to do, and the cost of a windshield repair is usually lower than a replacement and usually brings a welcome sigh of relief to vehicle owners like yourself...

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Avoid the Ear Piercing Brake Squeal!

Your brakes stop your car. It may not seem like a lot but the gut wrenching feeling you get when your brakes aren't working correctly will make you think different. We have all heard the ear-piercing brake squeal. Do you hear it every time you come to a stop? Well, good news, this is a warning system on most brake pads. This is to tell you that your brakes are worn out and need replacing immediately. They design them this way. You can also avoid the brake squeal by bringing you car into our service center for an inspection…
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HOW DO I KNOW WHEN TO ROTATE MY TIRES?

It is all too easy to stare at a brand new set of tires in the window of an automotive shop and envision them lasting forever in their swanky, glossy splendor. Unfortunately, this is definitely not the case. Tires require just as much, if not more care than most of their fellow car parts. In addition to change-outs, car tires must be periodically rotated to ensure that the treads wear out in a uniform way. Failure to do so can cause erratic traction, a potentially dangerous automotive flaw. By switching tires to different wheel wells, one can avoid a life-threatening…
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What's NeuV?

by Duncan Shaw

Automakers worldwide are taking advantage of automated systems, but Honda is taking the pursuit of autonomous vehicles down to the uncanny valley. Honda’s new concept vehicle, the NeuV, is designed to have its own emotions. 

Honda partnered with Cocoro SB, a Japanese artificial intelligence company, to build what they’re dubbing the “emotion engine.” The emotion engine will use an array of sensors and cameras to gauge the driver’s state of mind. The NeuV will react and respond to how the driver is feeling in order to increase the affection the driver feels for the…
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3 Simple Service Tips

Today's vehicles are pretty easy to take care of and maintain. Put some air in the tires, get regular oil changes and tune-ups, and you're good to go. Both of those tasks also go pretty far in creating a more fuel-efficient car. But if you really want to maximize your dollars at the gas pump, here are three lesser-known maintenance tips that people tend to overlook:

1. Use the right oil. Whether you take your car for an oil change or you change it yourself, be sure it's getting the grade of motor oil recommended in your…
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Don't try to do-it-yourself, let the pros do what they know

It's certainly tempting, especially for those who may have grown up in past eras of simpler technology, to try to service their cars completely on their own. Don't do it. Today's cars are computer-driven high-tech gadgets that are best serviced by those with the training, experience and tools to evaluate and diagnose any problems that may be occurring.

Today's OBD II systems allow highly advanced, fast diagnostics of any problem which may be ailing your car. Often times, problems can be detected before they have even manifested themselves.
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Check Your Oil Regularly-Or Else!

When was the last time you changed your motor oil? If you can't remember, then it's probably time to do it. You can tell for sure when you check your dipstick. If the oil on it is almost transparent, then your oil is in good shape. If it looks more like molasses, then you will need to get it changed and pronto! Simply having oil in your car isn't enough.

It needs to be nice and clean in order for it to do its job. It needs to be free of debris and contaminants so it can…
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The 2018 Honda Odyssey Makes World Debut at NAIAS

Recently, Honda introduced the revamped 2018 Honda Odyssey at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, showcasing that the next-generation minivan is now even more sophisticated and pioneering than before.

The Odyssey's fresh, elegant look includes a flying wing front grille that showcases available LED headlights at the edges. An Active Shutter Grille that improves fuel economy while you're driving is concealed by the front fascia, while LED taillights border an available hands-free, foot-activated power tailgate...

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