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Avoid a Blowout: Inspect Your Tires

As a car owner, you understand the importance of keeping up with routine maintenance to make sure your car is safe for you and your family. One area that is sometimes forgotten is checking your car’s tires. Below are some reasons why it is important to check your tires:

  • Tire Pressure - It is important to check your tire pressure because the wrong tire pressure can lead to uneven wear of your tires, decreased fuel economy, damage to the tires causing them to blow out and cause an accident. 
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Move Over to Protect Our Emergency Responders

Every day emergency responders risk their lives when operating by the side of the highway. To protect them the U.S. has enacted move over laws. Laws that require motorists to change lanes or reduce speed upon sighting emergency personnel operating by the side of the road. These laws keep both driver and operator safe, reduce the risks of accidents and fatalities, and ensuring safety for all.

Unfortunately, an estimated 200 responders are struck and killed by cars every year because drivers fail to comply. Mostly this is due to a lack of awareness of the law's existence...
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Move Over to Protect Our Emergency Responders

Every day emergency responders risk their lives when operating by the side of the highway. To protect them the U.S. has enacted move over laws. Laws that require motorists to change lanes or reduce speed upon sighting emergency personnel operating by the side of the road. These laws keep both driver and operator safe, reduce the risks of accidents and fatalities, and ensuring safety for all.

Unfortunately, an estimated 200 responders are struck and killed by cars every year because drivers fail to comply. Mostly this is due to a lack of awareness of the law's existence...
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Move Over to Protect Our Emergency Responders

Every day emergency responders risk their lives when operating by the side of the highway. To protect them the U.S. has enacted move over laws. Laws that require motorists to change lanes or reduce speed upon sighting emergency personnel operating by the side of the road. These laws keep both driver and operator safe, reduce the risks of accidents and fatalities, and ensuring safety for all.

Unfortunately, an estimated 200 responders are struck and killed by cars every year because drivers fail to comply. Mostly this is due to a lack of awareness of the law's existence...
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Move Over to Protect Our Emergency Responders

Every day emergency responders risk their lives when operating by the side of the highway. To protect them the U.S. has enacted move over laws. Laws that require motorists to change lanes or reduce speed upon sighting emergency personnel operating by the side of the road. These laws keep both driver and operator safe, reduce the risks of accidents and fatalities, and ensuring safety for all.

Unfortunately, an estimated 200 responders are struck and killed by cars every year because drivers fail to comply. Mostly this is due to a lack of awareness of the law's existence...
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Move Over to Protect Our Emergency Responders

Every day emergency responders risk their lives when operating by the side of the highway. To protect them the U.S. has enacted move over laws. Laws that require motorists to change lanes or reduce speed upon sighting emergency personnel operating by the side of the road. These laws keep both driver and operator safe, reduce the risks of accidents and fatalities, and ensuring safety for all.

Unfortunately, an estimated 200 responders are struck and killed by cars every year because drivers fail to comply. Mostly this is due to a lack of awareness of the law's existence...
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Move Over to Protect Our Emergency Responders

Every day emergency responders risk their lives when operating by the side of the highway. To protect them the U.S. has enacted move over laws. Laws that require motorists to change lanes or reduce speed upon sighting emergency personnel operating by the side of the road. These laws keep both driver and operator safe, reduce the risks of accidents and fatalities, and ensuring safety for all.

Unfortunately, an estimated 200 responders are struck and killed by cars every year because drivers fail to comply. Mostly this is due to a lack of awareness of the law's existence...
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Horsepower - Is it Really Power of the Horses?

We all have thought of horses when we hear the word horsepower. But we see it associated with things that do not involve horses. What gives?

Well, horsepower defines work done over time. Not work as in employment but as in force done over distance for a period of time. This is a physics unit that is measured in Joule (J).

The definition of horsepower is 33,000 lb-ft per minute. To be more specific, if you moved 33,000 pounds 1 foot in a minute that would be one horsepower. So imagine an engine that can generate 400 horsepower…
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A 7,5000 Mile Oil Change – Don’t Fret

If you own a new vehicle, you may be surprised to learn that an oil change is now recommended every 7,500 miles. Some manufacturers’ recommendations extend to 10,000 miles. If you are used to changing every 3,000 miles, these new recommendations can be disturbing. You certainly do not want your engine to fail.

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