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Serious Damage Can Result From Even Minor Collisions: Always Report To Insurance And Use Auto Repair Services You Trust

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Being in a minor collision can be incredibly frustrating; there doesn’t look like there has been any serious damage to your vehicle and you don’t want to deal with the hassle of contacting the police and filing an insurance claim. However, this can open you up to legal liability. You should always protect yourself by contacting the police and your insurance company; sometimes the damage from a collision can be worse than it initially appears.…

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4 Things That You Should Know About The Maintenance Of Diesels Before Buying European Autos

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If you want to have a unique classic that is a little different, there are many European imports that you may want. With European cars, you are also going to be more likely to buy a diesel vehicle. With diesel cars that are also going to be some special maintenance needs that will have to be done.  Here are some tips that will help you with the maintenance of your European diesel car:…

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Tips for Avoiding Brake Problems

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There are few parts of your car that will play a more important role in your safety than the brakes. When the brakes of a car start to suffer problems, the vehicle could become increasingly difficult to control. Basic brake care can be essential for protecting yourself while operating your car. Have Brake Inspections Performed Due to the fact that your brakes are not a visible part of the car, it can be very difficult to notice problems with these systems until they start to impact the performance of the brakes.…

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3 Upgrades To Do To Your '80s Sports Car Restoration Project

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Today, the sports cars from the ‘80s are becoming classics and are great restoration projects. With cars that are 30 years old, there are going to be some problems that need to be addressed. In the past decades, there have also been technology improvements and you may want to do some improvements to your car. Here are some of the upgrades that you may want to consider for your 1980s auto restoration project:…

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Adding More Comfort And Control To Roadside Emergencies

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Emergency planning doesn’t have to be about the bare minimum. You need to make sure that the bare essentials are covered, but unless you’re traveling across the country on foot, it’s fine to add some extra layers of support. Roadside emergencies can be augmented to add some comfort beyond simple emergency food, water, and calling, but you need to plan the supplies and utilization carefully. Here are a few planning points for roadside emergencies that step a bit beyond the emergency rations and flare gun level.…

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2 Ways To Troubleshoot Problems With Your Trailer Brakes

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When you are pulling a trailer, you want to make sure that it stops when you hit the brakes. Otherwise, you are going to end up with an out-of-control trailer and vehicle, or your trailer is going to hit your vehicle. When the electric brakes on your trailer aren’t working, it’s more than an inconvenience, it’s a safety hazard. The second you notice that they aren’t working, you need to start troubleshooting the problem so that you can get back on the road.…

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Reasons To Consider Buying Used For Your Next Semi Truck

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Whether you’ve just secured your CDL or you’re making the shift from a company contract to an owner-operator role, you’ll need to invest in a truck. Before you start shopping, you should know if you’re looking for a used truck or a brand new model. If you’ve been having trouble making that decision, here are a few reasons you might want to consider buying used, especially if this is your first truck.…

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