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Top Reasons Your Vehicle May Not Drive Smoothly

Published 07:00 AM, Tue August 23, 2016


When you get behind the wheel, you ideally want your ride to be pretty smooth. When things get bumpy, you might want to consider possible automotive problems. Any excessive rumbling, vibrating, bumping, or wobbling is a potential sign of trouble. But what kind of trouble? What can you do to fix it? The first step […]


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Types of Springs for Your Vehicle

Published 07:00 AM, Tue August 16, 2016


As you drive your car, the wheels and tires come intact with varying types of terrain, including speed bumps, rough patches, potholes and over highway hazards. The up and down motion from this can be highly disruptive to your driving experience but fortunately, modern automobiles are outfitted with springs, which absorb much of this motion […]


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Serving Those Who Serve: Meineke Gives Back to Veterans

Published 07:00 AM, Thu August 11, 2016


There is nothing that we could ever say or do to fully convey the gratitude owed to America’s finest—the the brave men and women in uniform who sacrifice so much to keep all of us safe. However, Meineke does have one way to show support for the Armed Forces, and we’d like to invite our […]


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Pros and Cons of Suspension Lowering

Published 07:00 AM, Tue August 9, 2016


Should you invest the time and money required to have your vehicle’s suspension lowered? It’s a question that many drivers never even think about. Before you make the decision to proceed with lowering your vehicle’s suspension, consider the options and understand the pros and cons that a lowered suspension entails. Why Get a Lowered Suspension? […]


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My Car Failed the Emissions Test. Now What?

Published 07:00 AM, Tue August 2, 2016


In several states across the country, motorists are required to take their car in for an emissions test before they are allowed to have it registered. The purpose of the emissions test is to reduce the amount of harmful, toxic gases released into the environment. When a vehicle passes the emissions test or “smog check,” […]


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