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2018 Volkswagen Arteon Will Drive As Good as it Looks

Although a midsize sedan like the Passat, the 2018 Volkswagen Arteon’s coupe-derived shape, and practical hatchback functionality put it in a class all its own. Thanks to its up-market curb appeal and lavish interior, not to mention state-of-the-art tech features like Emergency Assist 2.0 and semi-autonomous functions, it’s premium and cutting edge all at once.

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Reviewers Are Loving the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas

Americans love their big SUVs, which is part of what inspired Volkswagen to build its biggest model yet. But then again, our preferred German automaker has always been about family life, and the true selling point for the 2018 Atlas isn’t how big it is, but all the function within that size. With first-drive reports coming out, it’s clear this is an SUV with quite a few family-friendly tricks up its sleeve.

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Get Your Tires Rotated

Tire rotation is necessary and is not optional. Your tires are wearing down constantly and that doesn't mean evenly. They need to be balanced, aligned, and rotated so that they will wear more evenly. If your tires wear evenly, then they will last as long as they were intended to. If you don't take the time to get your tires rotated regularly, then they will wear out thousands of miles sooner than they should. And since tires are not cheap, that can get expensive very quickly. Keeping your tires properly maintained will also give you a smoother ride…
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Signs of a Dying Battery to Watch Out For

Most vehicle owners are able to easily tell when the car's battery is about to die. However, for some, it may not be as obvious. These signs and symptoms of a bad battery will help you know what to look out for so you know when it is time to replace the vehicle's battery!
 
1. The vehicle will not start. It may make a clicking noise or it may make no noise at all. This means that the battery is already dead.
2. The lights inside the vehicle appear to be more dim than normal. This is a…
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How Does Windshield Repair Work?

We know you may have heard about windshield repairs before, and you may have even received windshield repair services for your vehicle in the past. It helps to understand just what windshield glass repair services do exactly in order to receive the most benefit from it.

Many vehicle owners assume that once the windshield glass has gotten repaired of the chips and cracks that this means the windshield is no longer broken...

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Are Your Brakes Working?

Getting your brakes serviced is not something that a lot of people look forward to. However, we have a lot of options in this area to help you make the best decision possible. A lot of people today are excited about the different options that we can offer. If you want to take your vehicle to a new level, you need to make sure you are taking care of it in many ways. We are excited to offer a number of options in this area. Not only will we help you with your brakes, but we can offer support in…
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Why A Vehicle Maintenance Schedule Is Important

Take a look at the daily news on television, radio, or online and you'll probably find news about vehicle accidents that occurred. Often, the accidents are due to improper maintenance of the vehicle. Clearly, it is important to provide proper maintenance through the years of ownership, for your safety and your passengers' safety.
A Proper Vehicle Maintenance Schedule: Your proper vehicle maintenance schedule should begin with a basic checkup of the vital parts of a vehicle that include the automatic transmission, belts, lights, engine oil, filters, tires, windshield fluids, and more
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How is Motor Oil a Compression Seal?

The concept of the gas combustion energy process is to combine oxygen and gasoline in an air-tight container. When these two are combined, they will cause a tremendous explosion, whose power will run your automobile. So, how is motor oil used during this process to create a compression seal?
In order for the most energy to be delivered directly to your vehicle, your engine crankcase should be air-tight. The motor oil is a lubricant, coolant and also a compression seal. Air cannot flow through the dense oil, thus you get more energy when you hit the gas pedal.
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