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How To Safely Drive Through Standing Water

Flooded roads are dangerous, and if you happen to come across one, it’s best to turn around and drive the other way. This is because standing water can hide hazards such as logs, rocks and potholes. Plus, it’s all too easy to lose control of a vehicle traversing even small pools of water. In fact,…

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4 Ways Running On Empty Can Harm Your Vehicle

In addition to stopping you from getting where you need to go, driving on empty can damage your vehicle. Here are four specific ways not having enough fuel in your tank can cause problems. It can clog your fuel filter Your fuel tank can collect debris and sediment over time. Usually, this isn’t a big…

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Debunking 4 Car Maintenance Myths

Are you throwing away hard-earned dollars on car maintenance you don’t need? There are many myths about car maintenance that people still believe. Knowing the truth can help you make better decisions about how to properly care for your vehicle. Here are four common car maintenance myths. 1. You must change the oil every 5,000…

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Driving On Gravel Roads: What You Need To Know

Driving on gravel roads is very different from driving on paved streets and highways. If you don’t adjust your driving habits accordingly, you’re likely to lose control of your vehicle and end up in a ditch, or worse. Here’s why gravel roads are more dangerous and some tips to navigate them safely. Why Driving On…

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How to Avoid Back Pain While Driving

Whether you are stuck in everyday traffic or headed out on a drive that will take several hours, you might notice a twinge form in your back and continue to worsen as you continue driving. Eventually, the back pain becomes unbearable, and you might find the last few hours or minutes of your drive to…

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Troubleshooting a Non-Working Vehicle Air Conditioner

The temperatures might slowly be declining this time of the year, but that does not mean you will not need your vehicle’s air conditioner. There will still be days that are sunny and bright, keeping your parked car hot and uncomfortable, so you need your AC to work efficiently and cool down your car’s interiors…

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