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How to Properly Handle a Tire Blowout

If you've ever experience tire failure while driving you know how scary it can be. Usually tire failure occurs while driving on the highway, which makes it even more dangerous due to the high speeds. When your tire blows out there is an immediate impact on your ability to drive and it becomes harder to control the steering wheel. Therefore, in order to stay safe, it is important to know how to react properly. Below we've made list of some important tips to remember in case you experience tire failure while driving:

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Tips for Saving Money on Your Next Road Trip

With the holidays upon us many families are planning to hit the road to visit family and friends. This time of year is usually hard on the wallet so you're probably looking for ways you can save money. Going on a road trip can get expensive if you aren't aware of the different ways you can save. Below are some things you can do to save money on your next road trip.

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Signs Your Battery is Dying

Your car's battery provides a tremendous amount of energy to your car. When your battery stops working your car is unable to start and you wouldn't be able to listen the radio or use the lights. That's why it's vital for you to make sure your cars battery is in good condition.

 

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Did You Know? Fall Leaves Can Damage Your Car

Fall is here and that means cooler weather, football, and falling leaves. It's fun to look at the leaves as they change colors, but, did you know that they can cause damage to your car? When leaves are left to sit on your car for too long they can cause considerable damage to the paint.

 

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How to Pick a Budget for Your Next Car

When buying a car one of the most important things to consider is your budget. How much you're able to spend on a car determines which car you get. You have to be disciplined and honest with yourself about how much money you can actually afford to spend on a car.

 

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The Many Forms of Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is anything that takes your attention away from driving. The first thing many people think of when they hear the term "distracted driving" is texting while driving. You may not text and drive but you're probably guilty of doing other things that take your attention and focus away from the road. Including:

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Getting the Best Deal on Car Insurance

Owning and sustaining a car is a big responsibility, and it can be costly. Car insurance is one of the things we have to have on our vehicle and it can be expensive. One of the best things you can do to lower your car insurance is to have and maintain a good driving record. Below are some other ways to keep insurance costs down.

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When Should I Get my Next Oil Change?

It's something we've heard for many years: Get your oil changed every 3,000 miles. Service technicians say it harms your vehicle to go any longer than that. But, recent reports say you can go longer than 3,000 miles and your vehicle will be perfectly fine. Which answer is right for you?

Checking your owner's manual is a great start in knowing how often you should change your oil.

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Find out What Your Vehicle is Worth

If you are looking for a new vehicle, you probably need something to do with your current one. There are really only three options for getting rid of your current car: list it online, give it to someone, or sell it to a dealership. When you list online you will have all kinds of people offering you less than what your vehicle is worth; giving it to someone isn’t a bad choice if you don’t need money towards a new vehicle, but that’s not usually the case.

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