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Why you shouldn’t buy used tires…

  Looking to save a few bucks? Well, consider cutting back on expensive lattes and eating out before thinking about buying used tires. Buying used items is a great money saving tip, but when it comes to your vehicle’s tires you should never buy used. Trying to […]

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Community Car Care Events Show Most Vehicles Need Service

Community Car Care Events Show Most Vehicles Need Service

Community car care events conducted across the country reveal that the majority of vehicles need service on one or more inspected areas of the vehicle. “At the Car Care Council, we stress the importance of preventative vehicle maintenance and provide free tools, tips and information to help […]

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Don’t Let Tires Flatten Your Summer Travel Plans

Don’t Let Tires Flatten Your Summer Travel Plans

Getting a flat tire is no fun for anyone at any time, especially on vacation. To keep your summer road trip rolling along, the non-profit Car Care Council recommends a quick tire check before you leave the driveway. “The excitement of summer vacation quickly deflates when your […]

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Pasos a seguir para el cuidado del auto, para tener un viaje por carretera sin estrés

La temporada de los viajes por carretera ya está aquí. Tomar medidas proactivas para asegurarse de que su vehículo está funcionando correctamente le ayudará a evitar la molestia y el costo inesperado de una avería cuando está lejos de casa, afirma la organización sin fines de lucro […]

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Auto Care Steps for a Stress Free Road Trip

Summer road trip season is here. Taking proactive steps to make sure your vehicle is operating properly will help avoid the hassle and unexpected cost of a breakdown away from home, says the non-profit Car Care Council. This summer, AAA expects to receive calls from over seven […]

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Un automóvil limpio es como tener dinero en el banco

Japanese Car Care sugiere cinco pasos sencillos para mantener limpio el vehículo, que lo protegerá de los elementos y preservará su valor: Despejar: Para empezar la limpieza, elimine cualquier desorden en el interior del auto, ya que puede ser una distracción y peligroso, especialmente cuando los escombros […]

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A Clean Car is Money in the Bank

Japanese Car Care suggests five simple steps to keep a vehicle clean, helping protect it from the elements and preserve its value. Declutter – Start the cleaning process by removing excess clutter from inside the car as it can be distracting and hazardous, especially when debris finds […]

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Clean the Tank

Clean the Tank

While a vehicle’s fuel pump is not a maintenance item, it will likely need to be replaced at some point. Before replacing a defective fuel pump with a new one, the fuel tank should be properly cleaned to clear old debris, dirt and contaminants that have accumulated […]

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Always replace headlight bulbs in pairs

Always replace headlight bulbs in pairs

Typically, motorists will only replace a headlight bulb that has burned out or is failing. However, replacing just one failed bulb can result in an unbalanced or unpredictable headlight beam, which presents a potential safety risk. From the driver’s perspective, the road ahead will not be properly […]

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Un poco de cuidado del auto ayuda mucho

BETHESDA, Maryland, 18 de abril de 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Llevar a cabo un sencillo mantenimiento preventivo del vehículo ayudará mucho a proteger la inversión en su vehículo, dice la organización sin fines de lucro Car Care Council. “Comprar un nuevo carro hoy en día viene […]

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