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Get to Thanksgiving Dinner Safely This Year



The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone. Don’t let driving to your favorite holiday meal add to your stress. Autosaver Max is here to help you out with a few safety tips to help your drive go as smooth as gravy.


Check Before You Go

Before you leave for your holiday drive, make sure to check your vehicle accordingly. Stress makes us forget, so let this be your friendly reminder to check your gas tank and fill-up the night before if necessary. With the cold weather, you’ll also want to check your tire pressure and make…

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The 30-60-90 Maintenance Schedule



Car maintenance can be intimidating if you’re new to it, or have a vehicle you’re unfamiliar with. It’s hard to know what to look out for when without the years of experience or the right guide. Luckily, we’re here to help you stay on track! 


What does 30-60-90 mean?

The 30-60-90 schedule refers to the mileage when certain maintenance needs should be taken care of. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, but is a great starting point for anyone unsure about when to tackle certain tasks so they don’t turn into expensive repairs…

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Five Used Cars You Should Buy This Fall


Let’s face it, you don’t always need a brand new car. Often, a high-quality pre-owned car can be just as reliable, just as durable, and just as fun to drive as a new car. More often than not, the only difference between a new car and a well-cared-for used car is the price. 


When you buy pre-owned, you can get some serious bang for your buck. This is especially true if you choose a vehicle that will last. Check out this list of five great used cars that you can buy right now at AutoSaver MAX! 

2011 Honda…

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Making The Right Tire Call—Why You Should Switch For The Season


Some tires are designed for specific conditions. Summer and warm weather tires are firmer, and built to stand up to the continual wear of hot pavement on the treads. Those treads are more shallow to maximize speed and agility. The increased rubber contact with the road makes them better for cornering, and precision, and grip during the warmer months. 


Winter tires offer a bit more flex, and are made with a softer rubber. The treads are much deeper than their summer counterparts as well. These two factors make it possible for winter tires to penetrate snow and slush that might…

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Why Buying Used Isn’t Like It Used To Be



There are plenty of reasons you should consider buying a used vehicle when you’re in the market for transportation. Old ideas about buying used continue to be perpetuated by people who haven’t bought used in recent years, so let’s take a moment to unpack some of the myths about used vehicles. You may find that some of your own thoughts about used cars aren’t true!

Not As Reliable

Many people believe that used vehicles aren’t as reliable as a brand new purchase. While it may be the case that buying a junked used vehicle can…

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Get Ahead Of Fall Maintenance With These Tips!


When you live in an area that sees a significant change with the seasons, like here in Burlington Vermont, you know you need to plan ahead for the changing of the seasons. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick checklist for you to reference as the days get shorter and the nights grow colder!


Touch Up The Windshield

No matter how careful you are, sometimes your windshield can get hit with little scratches and chips. It’s possible you’ve had the same crack in your window for quite a while, but before fall’s lower temperatures roll around…

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Top Five Uses of WD40 in Your Car

 

WD40 is pretty much the duct tape of lubricants. This convenience in a can has been every mechanics’ best friend for years now, and it’s because it’s so versatile! Not only is WD40 a lubricant but it’s actually a cleaner and a penetrating oil. You can use this stuff for so much, but here are some of our favorite ways to use it on your car.

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Six Mistakes Car Owners Make

 

So, you want to do some work on your vehicle all by yourself. You’re ready to finally get your hands dirty and get down to the nitty gritty of your car. They always say, “Do it yourself”, and now it’s time you take the advice. Well, best of luck! But, before you get started you might want to read our list of the six major mistakes DIYers make.

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