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How to Clean Car Carpet and Get Stains Out

Published 11:00 AM, Fri June 30, 2017


  Whether you just bought a new car or you’ve been driving the same one for 10 years, you should still do your best to take care of it. From changing the oil regularly to having your tires rotated, these maintenance tasks are of the utmost importance. In addition to taking care of the engine […]


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How to Protect and Restore Your Car’s Paint

Published 11:00 AM, Fri June 16, 2017


  We all know that we have to protect our skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun to prevent skin cancer. We lather on the sunblock, wear hats and UV blocking sunglasses and scientist are constantly coming up with new ways to add sunscreen to cosmetics and even clothing. But when was the […]


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How Long do Wiper Blades Generally Last?

Published 07:00 AM, Wed June 14, 2017


  You always want to be able to see road conditions as clearly as possible when you’re behind the wheel. Anything that impairs your visibility, whether it be rain, fog, or dust, can ultimately compromise your safety. When you don’t have the proper tools to combat these hazards, the problem can only get worse. Having […]


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What Does An Oxygen Sensor Do?

Published 11:00 AM, Fri June 9, 2017


  As a vehicle owner, the last thing you want to see is the bright orange “Check Engine” light burning. This alert is almost always the result of a tripped oxygen, aka O2, sensor. Another warning sign could be the message on your car’s computer that there is a heater circuit malfunction. When you see […]


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What Does it Mean When the Engine Light Comes On?

Published 07:00 AM, Wed May 31, 2017


  No motorist likes to look down and see the check engine light come on. While the light could point to any number of issues, minor or major, it’s usually not good news. Here is some good news: If you take your vehicle in for service fairly promptly, you can usually minimize the damage done […]


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