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Create a Roadside Emergency Kit for Your Car

 

 

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Vehicle breakdowns can happen at any time, usually when you least expect them and often in inconvenient places. From flat tires to dead batteries, sometimes you just get stuck.

That's why a roadside emergency kit should always be in your car. With the right supplies, you can fix small problems yourself, hold out until help arrives, and stay safer in the process.

Here are a few things that should be part of your kit:

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Summer Maintenance Tips From Lithia Auto Group

Before you and your loved ones hit the road in search of endless adventure this summer, Lithia Auto Group wants to make sure you're up to date on a few helpful summer maintenance tips for your vehicle.

 

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The summer months are often higher in temperature, which means your vehicle may be more prone to overheating, and no os in tip-top shape for summer fun right away.

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Your warning indicator lights are more important than you might think

In our advanced society we have developed and implemented systems to help make our lives run more smoothly. One of those systems is the notion of a warning. Warnings serve to alert us to a potential problem that needs to be addressed, allowing us to stay out of harm's way. Similarly, our vehicles alert us to specific issues that may be arising as they occur. Here at Lithia Auto Stor

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Service your vehicle before summer's arrival

Getting amped for the coming summer months? We are too here at Lithia Auto Stores. We know, however, that those icy, chilly and snowy winter months can often wreak havoc on your vehicle. Before you start planning all your summer vacations and road trips why not let one of our dealerships' service centers take a peek under your hood?

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Common reasons that check engine light comes on

How should you assess your check engine light? A good place to start is knowing the most likely reasons it came on in the first place. Despite the level of innovation we see in today’s vehicles, caring for them continues to require proper attention to detail and performance to ensure long-term high-level performance.

Here are five common reasons your check engine light may be on:

  • O2 sensor mass airflow sensor
  • Loose gas cap
  • Catalytic converter
  • Spark plugs

The above issues are very common for techs to address, but there are a plethora of separate issues that may be affecting…

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Keep your car healthy through regular checkups

Humans and cars have some things in common. Like people, cars are best served by having regular checkups. In both cases, this is done so that potential problems can be caught in the earliest stages, before they develop into larger problems which are harder to fix.
Like with visits to the doctor, catching a problem with your car in the earliest stages can pay off big. Similarly, missing regular checkups can cost you big, and even threaten your life. But the good news is that taking your car to a dealership, where it can be serviced by certified techs, usually…
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Your car needs love and attention too!

Your car begins to sputtering and breaking down on the side of the road and you are stuck on the side of the road until help arrives hours later. This all could have been avoided if you would have followed your car general maintenance schedule. It is vital to stick to this schedule because it helps to keep your car in optimal running condition.

Your dealership can perform such services as oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid checks and changes that will help to extend your car's life. These services need to be done at the specified mileage intervals…

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Winter Driving Tips to keep you Safe

Winter is not the best season for car owners because of the more noticeable wear and tear that your car takes. But, winter does not have to be such a grueling season for driving. There are tons of little things that you can do to make driving in the winter more appealing.

One of the first things you can do that helps to make driving more enjoyable during the harshest weather is using a mixture to help de-ice your windshield on the coldest morning. All you need is isopropyl alcohol 70% and water. It is two-thirds isopropyl alcohol and one-third…

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