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The Many Good Reasons for You to do a Coolant Flush.


If all your owner’s manual, mechanic and car manufacturer tend to do after a couple of years since the purchase is to give you a coolant flush, then there must be some good reasons for doing it.

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There are many reasons why you should have a coolant flush done to your car. A coolant flush is regularly scheduled maintenance for your car that is often overlooked by drivers and car owners. When the engine is at normal operating temperature, the antifreeze protects the engine from overheating. If the coolant leaks out of the engine, it can lead to serious problems. You might think that when your dashboard shows no warning signs, there's nothing wrong with the temperature of your car. But in reality, the problem could be caused by a fluid leak somewhere else in the system.

Always get your coolant checked and changed every two years

Remember, the more you take proper care of your vehicle, the longer it’ll last. And that makes for a better investment in the long run. A coolant flush is a fairly simple process as well as a cheap way to save you thousands in repairs that come from neglecting this important component. For instance, a minor leak causes a noticeable loss of engine coolant. But over time the damage will cost you much more money, so have your vehicle's radiator flushed regularly!

Winter Driving Tips

The winter season brings change to the driving landscape; not only does the climate outside get colder, but driving conditions get harsher. With colder temperatures comes more things that can affect your driving ability like wet roads, snow-covered roads, and freezing rain. Driving in winter conditions is something that must be practiced to become an expert, but there are some tips that can make it easier. Follow this guide for safe winter driving. Check your tires now, make sure you see an M+S

How To Set Up Your Daily Driver For The Slippery Winter Roads While Dodging The NHTSA “Facts & Figures” Sheet.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 116,800 people are injured from traffic-related incidents due to snowy, slushy, icy, and wet roads. With rear-end collisions being the most common and factors ranging from driver error, driving while impaired, driving while fatigued, and improper vehicle preparedness. Although there are many factors to these statistics we can reduce the number of injuries by preparing your vehicle for the oncoming slippery months of the year.

Do’s and Don’ts for Dealing with Insurance Companies after an Accident

Getting in an accident is a stressful experience. You may have been injured, the damage to your vehicle could be extensive, and now you have to deal with handling an insurance claim on top of everything. The role of auto insurance companies is to protect you financially in the event of an accident, but sometimes it doesn't feel like they have your best interests at heart. You need to know what you should and shouldn't do when dealing with insurance companies after an accident.Don't: Admit FaultI

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