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Directions Louisville, KY 40222

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Keeping Your Car Clean

You probably enjoy riding around in your vehicle and showing it off to people. Most people are very excited about their new car purchase and would like to keep it looking as attractive as possible. Therefore, it is a good idea to listen to the car experts and perform proper maintenance on the vehicle. 

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Pre-Road Trip Service

It can be hard to plan a road trip to a place that you've never been to before, so it can be helpful to research it a little before you go. Guidebooks, brochures and the internet are all great places to find information on your destination. But before you set out to see the country you will need to make sure your car, truck or SUV is ready to go.

 

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The Importance of Tire Rotation

Tire rotation may not be a popular topic to discuss, however, it is something that should be done on a regular basis to ensure the safety of your car and those who are with you inside your car. When a tire wears out and becomes bald, it will have less traction, less air pressure, and be less safe on the road.

The advantages of tire rotation are saving money by not having to buy tires as often, an improvement in fuel efficiency, better vehicle control, and better performance from your tires. To ensure that your tires are rotated safely and…

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Is Your Car Battery Faulty?

Car batteries are like any other batteries, they eventually wear out. Extreme weather can cause a battery to wear out much quicker. Car batteries tend to exhaust around the winter months because it takes more during that time to crank the car. One day it could be running fine and the other it just will not do anything. The car battery runs many different components of the car. It runs the windshield wipers, the stereo, the interior and exterior lights, and the horn. And without the battery, the car will not run at all. So it is best to stay…
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Headlights are Your Friend, Even in Daylight

It makes sense that a car with its headlights on, even in the middle of the day, is going to be more visible than a car without them on. But, even though it may seem like a common sense idea, very few people actually drive with their headlights on during the day. Especially people with newer cars that have automatic headlights that only come on when the sun starts to go down.
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Tactics to Keep Your Tires on the Road Safely

It may seem obvious to say, but the tires on your car are the point of contact between your vehicle and the road. It is important to acknowledge some of the following pointers to keep your tires in good condition and safe on the road.

One of the main things you should do is understand the care requirements for your tires. If you drive in areas that often have rugged terrain or harsh weather, then you want to get tires that perform well in those harsh conditions...

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Buying or Leasing: What's the Difference?

As you are shopping for your next vehicle, you should know about your financing options. The two basic options are taking out a loan to buy the vehicle or signing a lease agreement.

When you take out a loan to buy the vehicle, there may require a down payment. With a lease, a down payment is not typically required. You can shop around with various lenders to find the best possible loan with monthly payments you can afford, but generally, you get the lowest payments if you lease the vehicle...

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Why You Shouldn't Just Ignore that Check Engine Light

Many people gasp when their check engine light goes on, and for good reason. Check engine lights are serious notifications and can be indications of significant problems with your car. Your check engine light is effectively your car’s diagnostic system and may identify the following issues with your vehicle: Faulty ignition, Ineffective catalytic converter, Fuel gauge issues, Engine timing issues, Broken gauge or engine light...

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