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Your Engine May Be Overheating, Here is Why

There are some reasons why your engine may be overheating that you are unaware of. Let’s take a quick look at some of the most common reasons why this occurs.

Leaking issues in the cooling system is a good reason why the engine may be leaking. 

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Getting a Grip on Your Car's Brake Pads

Here at The Car Store, we think every car owner should arm themselves with some basic car knowledge. Knowing how your brake pads function will help you monitor their performance. Detecting an issue early could save you a lot of money on extensive repairs.

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Buy A Used Car At The Car Store That Looks Like New

At The Car Store we want you to make the best-informed decision when it's time for you to purchase a new vehicle. And when we say new, we aren't saying you have to buy a brand-new car off our lot. There are plenty of used cars that you can test drive with low mileage that will do the same job as a new car and might even do it better than the new car you want, for less price.

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Comparing the Wheel Drive Vehicles

If you are not sure of the type of vehicle you are going to get, one thing that you can do in order to help you make your decision is to compare the different types of vehicles. One of the comparisons you can make is with all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive.

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Why Getting Tires Rotated is Vital

Getting the tires on your car rotated every 5,000 miles can go a long way in extending their life and saving you money in the long run. Here are a few ways getting to the service center every other oil change will benefit you and your vehicle.

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What About 4-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel-Drive?


The contrast between all-wheel-drive and 4-wheel-drive is largely based on the type of vehicle that is being driven and the terrain that it is being driven over. The all-wheel-drive vehicles are usually sedans, crossovers, and high-performance cars. The 4-wheel-drive vehicles are typically pickup trucks and large sized SUVs.

The all-wheel-drive vehicles stay mainly on paved or well-maintained roads, but they are needed in bad weather. Their mechanical status is that a constant flow of power is sent to each wheel, but it can vary based on the condition of the pavement that...
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