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This is very good page of information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA (pronounced nitsa)): It has videos and checklists that cover: Checking for Recalls, Getting Car Serviced, Vehicle Safety Checklist, Tires (although we recommend checking your tires weekly), Child Safety, Stay Alert, Sharing the Road, Avoid Risky Driving Behaviors and more. Summer Driving Tips 2018

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posted by: Ray Guarino

As is the case with many shop jobs, if the mechanic doesn’t know a car’s history, any given repair can become a huge challenge. This week a 2009 Maxima was in for a simple operation; change the brake pads and rotors on all four wheels, a rather simple job really, until…

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posted by: Ray Guarino

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posted by: Ray Guarino

Behind every kind of technical innovation that drives the automotive world into the future is a wealth of science and engineering that makes such innovation possible. The emergence of precious metal spark plugs is no different.

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BillI Carberrry of Cap-A Radiator gets asked this question so often that he feels like a broken record telling the pros & cons over and over. He is not a scientist, chemist or engineer but based on his more than 32 years of experience in the radiator business here is his opinion on which is better; copper or aluminum radiators.

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