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Make Sure You Vehicle Is Properly Aligned For Smooth Performance

Maintaining your car in proper alignment is one of the most important steps you can take to ensuring its safe operation. Vehicles that start to fall out of alignment may exhibit the steering wheel pulling to one side, a shimmying sensation or a noticeable vibration, particularly at high speeds. While these signs may seem innocuous, they are often harbingers of bad things to come.


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Do You Know Which Oil Type Your Vehicle Requires?

Your vehicle's oil, as you may know, is a vital component to keeping it working a peak efficiency. All oil isn't the same, so understanding the differences in oil types is important. For this reason, it is important to make sure that the oil in your vehicle has the proper viscosity.


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Play It Safe In The Winter - Keep Your Gas Tank Full!

Living on a budget can sometimes mean skimping on basic needs. Unfortunately, in the winter months when you decide to keep only the necessary amount of gas in your tank you put the car at risk of damage. Keeping a full tank of gas during winter months is an important task, because if you don’t, the gas tank may freeze.


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Fines or Fatalities Result From Not Moving Over

Statistics indicate nearly 200 roadside workers annually are injured or killed in the line of duty according to the National Traffic Incident Coalition. Moreover, the National Governor's Highway Safety Commission recommends increased public awareness of move over laws in each of the 50 states to help address the issue. In a survey conducted by the Mason Dixon Polling Service, findings show over 70 percent of Americans were unfamiliar with move over laws.


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Tips for Holiday Travel Success

As the holidays roll around, you can bet that there will inevitably be many more people on the road than usual. If you're one of those holiday travelers, then you know that holiday travel can lead to a little bit of stress.

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All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive

Depending on the type of road surface that you drive on most frequently, you may want to pay attention to the vehicles you are looking at and find out if they come with all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Depending on what comes standard, you may want one or the other.

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Ram 3500 is Made for Heavy Hauling

The Ram 3500 Heavy Duty's new fifth-wheel hitch design allows it to pull an amazing 30,000 pounds which are the heaviest in the industry.

With the new fifth-wheel hitch designed by Ram Engineering, the 3500 can handle a heavy load with ease. The Ram 3500 Heavy Duty gooseneck has a weight rating of 31,210 pounds and the conventional hitch's weight rating is 20,000 pounds.


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Dodge Durango brings power to the SUV

Why should you sacrifice speed and power to drive a three-row sports utility vehicle? Dodge does not think you should. The new 2018 Dodge Durango SRT is the SUV that has both the power and speed you want. It has the power to haul the family, the boat or the camper and the acceleration to handle the commute home.

The 2018 Durango has a 392 cubic-inch Hemi V8 engine that delivers 470 pounds-feet of torque. And if that's not enough the Durango was clocked going 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds and turned in a 12.9 second, National…

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Get connected with Chrysler Pacifica

Get connected with Chrysler Pacifica

Chrysler has announced that the 2018 Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid will have an option for 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspots. This feature will allow up to eight devices in the vehicle to be connected to the internet.

The technology comes as part of the Uconnect 4c NAV system with the 8.4-inch display. It is available in the 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Touring Plus, Touring L, Touring L Plus and Limited models, and Pacifica Hybrid Touring Plus, Touring L and Limited models. 


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