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Great random advice for you and your car!

Rainproof your windshield We often hear that one should replace their windshield wipers every 3 months but the reality is that if you treat your windshield, your wipers won’t have much work to do. Try and you will be surprised! Feel free to use Clay bars or spray-on treatments. Skip the DIY car-wash You’re probably […]

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Cloth or leather or your next Chevy?

One of many dilemmas is being unveiled today. Well, we all have different preferences when it comes to choosing between leather and cloth seats. One is more expensive than the other, yet has some pro’s compared to its respectable alternative. Let’s take a look at the differences and see which one best fits your needs. […]

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Gas engines are catching up to Diesel efficiency!

  The dilemma for Diesel vs Gas cars has been going on for quite some time. We will use this blog post to go over some of the advantages of one and the other. Also, we will see how technology has advanced and the effect it has on fuel efficiency.   During long drives, Diesel […]

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Be good to me, I’ll be good to you, says your car!

  We know you love your car, and you know what, we love them too. So this week, we’ve decided to show you how you can extend your car’s life with everyday things. Even if you don’t plan on keeping your car so long, keeping your car in great condition will help you get more […]

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Guide to preparing your car for summer!

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    Summer is around the corner, finally! I think we’ve all been waiting for the season to come through as it’s been a rather rough winter for most of us. We have a few tips to make sure your car is being well taken care of and ready for the sunny days. 1. Remove […]

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Safety first, seat belt buckled!

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  Yes, wearing your seat belt can be restrictive and annoying. Sure, it requires work to put it on and make people in your car wear it. It is very important for your safety that you understand the benefits of wearing a seat belt. We just want to makes sure you’re keeping yourself, your friends and your family safe during […]

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Better commute, better life!

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We know work commutes can be long, boring, stressful, hot, cold, and many other things. That is why we’ve decided to help you determine what you could be doing to improve your commute or optimize your time. Things you could do during your work commute: Obviously, listening to music Informational talk shows Listen to podcasts Audiobooks Learn a […]

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Let’s talk about camping, spring is here!

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Well, as you all know, Spring is around the corner, which means we can all enjoy the outdoors without worrying about these extreme weather conditions. We have decided to compile a little list for your next camping trip. Take a minute and go through it to make sure you’re forgetting the essentials. Don’t hesitate to […]

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Check out these awesome iPhone hacks, you might need them on your next road trip!

(FILE PHOTO) Samsung Overtakes Apple As Leading Smart-Phone Supplier

Most smart phones do a lot already, but sometimes they do more than you think! Read on to find some potential new uses for your iPhone! 1. Use your iPhone as a leveler for hanging frames etc… 2. Take a “burst” of photos! Sometimes one pictures just isn’t enough. All you have to do is […]

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Let’s discuss tires! Winter vs. All-Season

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The difference in winter tires starts with the rubber compound, which remains flexible during cold weather rather than hard like all-seasons. Deep grooves (1) in the unidirectional tread blocks (2)clear snow and slush efficiently; small cuts, called sipes (3), grip tiny variations in slick surfaces. All-seasons wear longer because of harder rubber compounds. Drainage channels […]

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