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Traction: Salt, Sand, or Kitty Litter?

You're guaranteed a safe drive when you use sand and kitty litter to create a sense of friction when driving. If you aren't sure how to use these tools, you're at a risk of finding yourself in dangerous road conditions during the upcoming winter season. Read on to learn more about how to keep yourself safe!

 

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Benefits of Owning a New Truck Instead of a Car

The team here at Autosaver MAX wanted to help better inform our audience all the reasons to consider buying a new truck this year instead of a car.

One obvious benefit of owning a new truck is you can tow and haul plenty of things easily that you could not with a car. In addition to carrying tons of material in the bed of the truck, the tow bar allows for pulling a trailer with another vehicle or even a camper behind.

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Summer Tires vs. All Season Tires - What's Best for Your Car?

Here at Autosaver MAX, we know that our customers want and expect the best out of their new car. One of the keys to getting the best performance out of your vehicle is to make sure you have the right tires installed at the right time.

Most vehicles come equipped with all-season tires from the factory. These tires are perfectly suitable for a variety of conditions. 

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How Important is Regular Windshield Wiper Blade Replacements?

There is nothing scarier on the highway than turning on your wipers as a storm hits and not being able to see the road in front of you. Failing wiper blades create dangerous driving conditions, and these are a few of the reasons.

Each time that you are using the windshield wiper blades, a little more wear occurs in the rubber. The longer you go between replacements, the less effective the rubber will be at removing all the water off the glass so you can see clearly. 

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How to Tell If Your Starter Is Beginning to Fail

The ignition system in modern vehicles is a mix of both mechanical and electrical parts. Mechanical parts will wear down over time, and electrical parts can become shorted out or damaged by fluids. Understanding what to look, listen, and smell for can help you diagnose which part of your ignition system may need to be serviced.

Loud grinding noises when starting your vehicle are typically indicative of a starter gear that is worn out and no longer engaging the flywheel properly.

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