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Motor Oil Myths: We'll Bust Two Commonly-Held Beliefs

Did you know that using synthetic oil will not cause leaks? If you didn't, then you're not alone. There are numerous myths about motor oil that are floating around. And, many times, they are perpetuated by the people who should really know better. To help you understand more about your motor oil, we'll debunk one more of the many myths that are circulating around today.

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Reasons for Tire Pressure Light Illumination

One of the great features that is included in the majority of new vehicles is tire pressure sensors on each of your tires and sometimes on your spare tire as well. These sensors are designed to alert you when the pressure inside of one or more of your tires has fallen below twenty-five percent of the recommended level.

Each type of tire has its own recommended amount so that's something to keep in mind if you have just gotten a new vehicle.

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Drive in The Fast Lane Often? You Should Check on Your Brake Pads

People that are accustomed to driving in the fast lane on a highway generally are well aware of the etiquette that is expected from the other motorists attempting to pass ahead. What some may not know is the level of danger they could be placing themselves in by having worn-down brake pads while the car is in fast motion.

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3 Telltale Signs That It's Time for New Tires

Having a good eye is crucial for finding damaged parts of your vehicle that need to be serviced. Periodic checks under the hood are commonplace among drivers. But when was the last time you remember having a good look at your car's tires?The following three signs are the best indicators that tire replacement should be done right away:

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Get a Wintertime Battery Check

It is a horrible feeling when it is cold outside and you hear a click-click-click sound when you attempt to start your car. Most of the time, this signifies a dead battery. Hopefully, there's someone who can give you a jump start so you aren't stuck out in the freezing Farmington Hills weather.

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When to Get Your Car Aligned

If you feel like you are playing tug of war with the steering wheel even when you are heading down a straight stretch of highway, then you probably need a car alignment. Do you feel like you just put new tires on your ride, but they already seem to be wearing unevenly? Then, you may need a car alignment.

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Choosing an All-Wheel Drive or Four-Wheel Drive Vehicle

All-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles are becoming more popular today because there are a growing number of people that like the improved traction that these vehicles can give a driver.

Four-wheel drive vehicles seem to still be the 'go to' vehicle when it comes to towing trailers and boats because their transmissions and gearboxes are made for high load capacities.

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Be Sure To Service & Maintain All Of Your Land Rover's Key Fluids

Servicing your engine with regular oil changes every 3000-5000 miles is a very important part of insuring the longevity of your technologically advanced and luxurious Land Rover. But on the other hand, it is very important to not overlook all of the other systems and other fluids in your SUV as well. There are many other parts in your vehicle which are crucial to its performance that entirely depend on the fluids inside of them in order to function properly.

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Stop Wasting Money on Frequent Oil Changes

It's been long believed that you need to get your oil changed every 3,000 miles but that's not necessarily the magic number for your car. If you're not sure when you should get your oil changed you can refer to your owner's manual.

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What Does that Light On Your Dashboard Mean? Land Rover Farmington Hills has Answers!

Your luxurious Land Rover SUV has a great way of letting you know when it is having problems or any type of car trouble. You may have noticed that a symbol has lit up on your dashboard all of a sudden seemingly out of nowhere. This means that your SUV is experiencing some type of service issue that needs to be addressed sooner rather than later. These lights could very well indicate a very small issue, or they also could be pointing to a large one that requires extensive repairs. Look out for these two important lights while driving around…

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