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What to Bring Along on Rides with Your Dog

Riding with your dog can be fun for you both, but there are some things you should be sure to bring along with you. You want yourself and your dog to be safe and comfortable, and in the event of an emergency you want to be well prepared. Don't ride with your dog with these essential items:

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How to Wear Your Safety Belt for Proper Restraint

Today, safety belts are a part of our routine when we get inside of our vehicles. They save lives and can help you avoid serious injury if worn properly. Their effectiveness, though, depends on proper use and fit. If you aren't wearing your safety belt correctly it may not provide adequate protection. Here are some tips on how to wear your safety belt:

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Don't Neglect Your Fluid Checks

Engine oil isn't the only fluid your car needs in order to run efficiently and prevent damage. While engine oil is one of the most important fluids to your car, there are other fluids that also need to be checked and/or topped off. Other important fluids your car needs include transmission fluid, brake fluid, power steering fluid, engine coolant, windshield wiper fluid.

 

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Driving Green Helps Save Gas

Most of us are aware of how driving cars affects the environment. The vapors produced when gasoline is burned helps contribute to air pollution. But, there are things you can do to increase your fuel economy, save money, and help decrease your carbon footprint.

The following tips will help you increase your gas mileage and save the environment:

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Tips on Being a Defensive Driver

Defensive driving is a style of driving that helps you defend yourself against possible automobile accidents caused by other drivers and inclement weather. Incorporating defensive driving techniques can keep you safe on the road. It's important to know that you cannot control other people's driving, so staying focused and being in control of your driving is key.

Avoid dangers on the road with these defensive driving tips:

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Get an Inexpensive Car with Blind Spot Detection

Blind spot detection is one of the new, amazing features you can find on newer cars. The blind spot detection system uses a sensor to detect other vehicles that are located to your side and rear. Due to their position it makes it difficult to see these vehicles in your side and rearview mirrors. Warnings are either audible, visual, or there's a vibration.

Here are the top five cars with the best blind spot detection:

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Keep Your Summer Options Open

Summer is a time to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather. It is also the perfect opportunity to take the trip that you have been waiting to take. If you need a vehicle, make sure to choose from a fairly priced inventory. We make sure that you keep as much of your money as you can, that is why we offer vehicles that you won't have outrageous monthly payments for.

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Get an Oil Change and Save Your Engine

Taking care of your car may seem like a hassle to some people, but, it's a necessary evil. One of the most important tasks in routine car maintenance is getting an oil change. The engine is made up of many moving parts and these parts need to be lubricated in order to avoid damage. 

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How to Properly Install a Car Seat Using Lower Anchors

Keeping your infant safe is a number one concern when driving with baby on board. But, if the car seat isn't properly installed you're putting your baby's safety in jeopardy. Below we give you some tips on how to correctly install a car seat using lower anchors.

  • The first step is to read your car seat's instruction manual and your vehicle's owner's manual. You need to know where to locate the lower anchors and how to use them.
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The Importance of Tire Maintenance

Regular tire maintenance can help you avoid dangerous accidents while driving, especially in inclement weather conditions. Things like driving with the incorrect tire pressure and not enough tread can seriously affect the handling and braking of your vehicle. Here are a few regular maintenance tips you should be following:

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