• December

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      2019
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    Child Car Seat Safety

    Child Car Seat Safety

    It’s important to replace your child car seats after about 5-6 years. The expiration date can be often be found on the manufacturer’s label. Child car seats go an excellent job of protecting your child in the event of an accident. After an accident, the car sear, regardless of it’s age, may need to be

    • November

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      2019
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    Driving in School Zones

    Driving in School Zones

    With school back in session, it's important to keep schools zones in mind while driving. Pay attention to signs indicating you're in a school zone and slow down to the speed limit marked on the sign. Remember, you need to be going the speed marked on the speed limit sign by the time you reach

    • September

      30

      2019
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    DYK – The Parking Brake

    DYK – The Parking Brake

    The worst danger of driving in heavy rain is hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is what happens when your car loses traction due to a large buildup of water under the tires. Usually your tire treads can channel their way through the water in front of them and keep in contact with the surface of the road. When

    • September

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      2019
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    How to Handle Hydroplaning

    How to Handle Hydroplaning

    The worst danger of driving in heavy rain is hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is what happens when your car loses traction due to a large buildup of water under the tires. Usually your tire treads can channel their way through the water in front of them and keep in contact with the surface of the road. When

    • September

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      2019
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    Checking Your Oil

    Checking Your Oil

    Start by locating the hood latch, usually located in the driver's side foot. Then open your hood by finding the hood latch safety usually located under the front lip of the hood. Now find your filler cap for your oil and check to see what's printed on there. That will be the weight of the

    • August

      6

      2019
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    How to Check Your Tire Tread

    How to Check Your Tire Tread

    Worn tires cause thousands of auto accidents every year, especially when it’s wet or snow and ice conditions apply. Making sure your tire tread is adequate only takes a few seconds and can save you thousands in auto repairs, or worse. Here’s the good news… checking your tire tread is super easy! Grab a penny.