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Directions Burnsville, MN 55337

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Tire Rotation's Importance

Tire rotation is very important to create even wear patterns on the car. When you make turns left and right the front tires will have an increased amount of wear on them because of this. When you follow the proper rotation pattern you will switch the position of the tires to ensure even wear.

Tire tread is what makes contact with the road. Making sure it wears evenly will ensure all four tires can assist in traction, especially in the rain or winter weather conditions. When the tires wear evenly it also allows for better handling and a smoother ride…
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How Important Is Cleaning Your Car?

Taking car of your car is extremely important. Cars can get pricey so taking car of your car is important. Regular tune-ups and taking car of the tires is important but another important aspect is making sure that you clean the inside and the outside of your car. Cleaning your car can help you maintain the condition of your car and help you get the best price when you decide to sell it.

Driving around can cause dirt and gunk to build up on your car. This build up can create chips and scratches in your paint. This buildup can…
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Never Drive Without A Roadside Emergency Kit

Driving is a great thing. Road trips and commuting are easy to get through. But what if you're in an accident? Are you prepared? You don't need a lot to have a good roadside emergency kit in place.

Lighting Your Path

A flashlight is critical for your vehicle. This can help you see in dark places, even if you're far from home. Whether you have to walk, fix your car, or warn others that you're in the road or near your car, this can help.

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The Blown Tire: What Do You Do?

We may have all seen it, and many have experienced it: the blown tire. As the owner of a vehicle, it is your responsibility to upkeep with all of the maintenance that your vehicle needs. This is imperative to have your vehicle in good working order. One common error people make is not getting their tires checked or replaced before it is too late. A blown out tire is not only an inconvenience, but it is also a potential hazard to you, others and your vehicle. What happens if that tire goes astray? You may get liable for damages that…

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Reasons Not to Panic When a Check Engine Light Comes On

A moment of panic is understandable when a check engine light flashes on. However, panicking will not solve the problem. There is a numeral amount of reasons why the light is on, and they may not be as serious as you think.

1. The problem could be a loose or cracked gas cap. This allows fuel to evaporate and it alerts the vehicle’s sensors.

2. It could be a damaged vacuum hose or ignition coil. Your catalytic converter may also be on the brink.

3. Your spark plugs may need changing...

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Leasing as Opposed to Buying?

Buying a new car is a tedious process. Careful thought must go into how money is invested into an item of so much importance.

Buyers who want a particular automobile may want to purchase the vehicle outright. This brings the best value for the money. However, it may not be feasible for everyone to do this. Financing is another method for them to obtain ownership. An auto loan is broken down over a series of payments. There is interest added to the amount of the loan. At the end of the payment cycle, the customer is able to cash in…

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Don't Ignore Your Routine Maintenance Schedule

Your car is surely one of the biggest investments you've ever made in recent years. You'll want to keep it running smoothly and efficiently for as long as possible. After all, your car is more than just a way to get around town. It represents who you are, and is a huge help to your lifestyle and commuting needs. One of the complete best ways for you to do that is to follow the manufacturer's suggested schedule for routine maintenance...

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