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Tag Archives: Winter

20 Things You Should Keep In Your Car This Winter.

    Have you winterized your car? Snow tires, fresh oil change, fluid refills, battery checks – they’re all important, no doubt about it. But have you really winterized your car? To put it another way, have you winterized your trunk and glove box? No, we’re not talking about a trunk key deicer, a holiday-themed…
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How to Prep Your Car for Winter

Here’s a seasonal saying you don’t hear too often, but is still 100% accurate: winter is hell on your automobile. And that might be putting it mildly, because winter weather (for a large chunk of the country) is anything but mild. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, ice and snow-related accidents are responsible for…
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Are car accidents more common in the winter time?

According to AAA’s daily fuel gauge report the national average for the price of a gallon of gas sits at a low $2.353 at the present moment. This is a whole dollar less than the national average at this time last year, and while this is a very convenient fact for most Americans (especially during…
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How To Prepare Your Car For Cold Weather

In most parts of the US, the weather is starting to get much colder. The hot days of summer are gone and depending on where you are exactly, it might already be snowing (the Upper Midwest just had a snowstorm a couple of weeks ago). Regardless, when the temperatures drop, there are things you can…
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