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The Big 3 Warning Lights: What They Mean and What To Do
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The Big 3 Warning Lights: What They Are And What To Do Your vehicle's warning lights are key communication features designed to inform drivers of problems or concerns with major vehicle components. Many under the hood problems are not evident to the naked eye, these indicators are in place to protect you. The problem is, most of us don't really know what warning lights we have and...

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5 Reasons Regular Vehicle Maintenance is Important
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5 Reasons Regular Vehicle Maintenance is Important Your vehicle is not just a convenient mode of transportation. It is a necessary part of life, especially for folks living in a more rural setting. Not only that, it is an investment! You spend a lot of time in your car, whether it be running errands or commuting to work. Take care of your car and your car will take care of you! This is not...

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Tips To Keep Your Battery Running This Winter
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Tips To Keep Your Battery Running This Winter CLICK CLICK CLICK... nothing. Darn it all! We have all experienced the sound of a dead battery in the middle of a cold Canadian winter. It's in that precise moment we regret not having checked on it before cold temps were upon us... darn, too late. Waiting until the battery is completely dead, before replacing, is likely going to find you...

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Top 8 Tips for Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter
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Top 8 Tips for Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter The temperature is steadily dropping, and more mornings than not we wake up to a thin layer of frost covering the ground and our vehicles. This all points to one unfortunate fact: Old Man Winter is coming again. With winter slowly creeping closer and closer it is time to prepare...

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Do Winter Tires Really Make A Difference?
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Do Winter Tires Really Make A Difference? In a nutshell? Yes, the right tire in the right season impacts your vehicle's performance and safety, but also your wallet. Many people tend to overlook the importance of having a winter set of tires and an all-season or summer set because they drive an AWD vehicle or a 4X4 truck. It's true those vehicles are better designed for handling wet or...

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How To Improve Your Fuel Efficiency
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How To Improve Your Fuel Efficiency Canada is a large country with nearly 40,000 kilometers of paved roads. Though many large urban centers have well-designed rapid transit systems, owning a vehicle (for most people) is still a necessity. Statistics Canada estimates that in Canada, we burn approximately 111 million liters of gasoline per day equalling over 40 billion liters of gasoline per...

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Inspecting Your Tires
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Inspecting Your Tires Tires play a huge role in your driving experience and are crucial to your vehicle's safety and overall performance. Think about it: your tires are the only contact your vehicle has with the road surface. The better the tires, the better the control, acceleration, braking and ride. Tires that are badly worn: Have reduced control Poor ride and handling Put unnecessary...

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What happens to your vehicle's tires when left parked too long?
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What happens to your vehicle's tires when left parked too long? What happens to tires when a vehicle is parked for an extended period of time? You may think because your vehicle is parked - especially in a garage - that the tires will be fine. But here's something to consider: your tires support the entire weight of your vehicle, and if left in one position, they will eventually lose...

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The Danger of Worn Out Tires
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The Danger of Worn Out Tires Depending upon size and the overall diameter, the average tire will rotate nearly 1000 times in one kilometre. And with every rotation, tire treads gradually wear down, resulting in reduced handling, control, and performance. Over time, tires will become worn out - meaning little or no tread is left on the surface of the tire - a recipe for trouble. New tires typically...

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