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Regular tire rotation great low cost investment

Rotating your tires roughly every 6,000 miles is important to both your pocketbook and safety; and will keep your tires in top condition longer. Failing to do so could end up costing you in parts, and in gas.

Everyday driving causes wear and tear to your tires, and when you drive in extreme conditions, your tires can wear out more quickly. Having them rotated regularly will allow your tires to wear more evenly and increase their lifespan.

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Winter Car Safety

 

Many of us spend the necessary time to winterize our homes and outdoor landscapes, but we fail to give our cars the same attention. But, your vehicle needs protection too. Think about how much time you spend in the car each day. With all the traveling you do, especially with other people and pets, it’s critical that your car is well-cared for and prepared for the winter season.


Below are smart winter car safety…

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Snow Season Car Emergency Tips

 

Winter isn’t over yet. Not only do we have more harsh weather to go through, but also preparing your vehicle for next winter starts in the fall. Being stranded in freezing temperatures is scary, but you can give yourself the best chances of being calm and prepared for an emergency by following these tips.


Stocking the Car


Keep the following in your car throughout the entire winter season:


  • Two blankets and a sleeping bag…

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Top 10 Car Accessories for Snow Season


Most people don’t realize just how cold it is until they have to venture outdoors. Since you can’t get around much on foot in the winter months, it’s important to have a reliable and well-stocked vehicle. This way, you’re prepared for whatever the winter weather has in store for you.


Here are ten must-have accessories that everyone should have for snow season.


#1. Snowbrush and Ice Scraper


You’d be silly…

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Preventing Rust from Road Salt

 

Salt is used on sidewalks, driveways and streets to melt ice and prevent the surfaces from being slippery. While salt helps people walk and travel safely, it does have its drawbacks. Since your vehicle is made from metal, the salt can cause major damage on the body and undercarriage of the car. Salt that remains on the car for any length of time can cause corrosion and rust. It can also interfere with the mechanics…

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Ram Trucks gears up for the Belmont Stakes

Just five more days, folks. Five more days until California Chrome may or may not become the first horse to capture the Triple Crown in over three decades. As excited as we all are here at Royal Chrysler Jeep Dodge, the brass at Ram is taking this opportunity to shed the spotlight on those who are working in the stables.

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Chrysler Executive Chris Barman Named One of Fortune's 10 Most Powerful Women in Autos

If you were to walk into Leslie Knope's office you'd likely take note of her "Wall of Inspirational Women" right off the bat. From the first woman to be appointed to the Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Conner, to the first female in space, Sally Ride, there's a lot to draw from on that wall.

Of course, it's unlikely that you'd ever visit her office, because, of course, Knope is…

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