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Tire Pressure and Gas Mileage


Did you know low tire pressure can make your vehicle burn more gas? If tires are underinflated, the motor has to work harder to move the car. If you notice that you are making more frequent trips to the gas station, it may be a sign of low tire pressure.

Underinflated tires wear out faster, as do overinflated tire. Tires that are too full create as many problems as a tire that is low.

To check the pressure you will need a tire gauge, which are sold at all automotive stores. The gauge looks like a thin stick. It attaches…
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The Toyota Camry's Interior Shows Off Impressive Features


The Toyota Camry is a long-standing favorite among sedan drivers nationwide. But the Camry is not only affordable, safe, and reliable. It also boasts some of the best interior features in the business.

Drivers of the Toyota Camry can enjoy such interior amenities as:
  • Smart Key System
  • Available leather seating
  • Push Button Start
  • 8 position powered driver and front passenger seats
  • Rear seat vents
  • Heated Front Seats
  • ...
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A Brief Look at Your Car's Exhaust System

Your car's muffler and exhaust system are susceptible to corrosion and damage, so it is vital that you keep the entire system maintained. If you know very little about your car's exhaust system, here are the most important components:

Vehicle exhaust systems remove the gases that form in your engine's combustion chamber. The components that remove those harmful gases include the exhaust manifold, oxygen sensor, catalytic converter, muffler and exhaust pipes. These components work in conjunction with each other to remove gases such as hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide...

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Tips to Improve Your Driving Etiquette

In our years of driving it's pretty common to see another driver break some of the rules of the road. Driving can be stressful and it can sometimes bring out the worst in people. But, even if driving isn't your favorite thing, there are some etiquette rules every driver should follow. These rules include:

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Don’t Ignore the Check Engine Light


If you are on the road when your check engine light comes on, you need not panic as this is not a crisis just yet. There is still plenty of time for you to take action, it is just a simple matter that something is not right in your engine and the light is a mere warning that you need to take it in and have it looked at. This, while it is not an emergency, it is also something that you don’t need to ignore.

When you have the first chance to get it to a garage or…
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Why You Should Consider Buying Versus Leasing


Getting your next car, you may not have thought about the difference between buying versus leasing, but the truth of the matter is that there are a lot of things that can come from you doing either one of these options for your next vehicle.

Buying will let you own the car when you make the final payment, and you can then trade it in when you are ready down the road. There are no excess fees associated with you driving more than a certain number of miles you are limited to.

With a lease, you have some things that…
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Benefits Of Shopping For A CPO Vehicle

People love to get a great deal on just about anything, including their next vehicle. Here at Brunswick Auto Mart, we know that there are more and more drivers in the great Cleveland, OH area searching for a great deal on a pre-owned vehicle. Which is exactly what you will get when you shop for a certified pre-owned vehicle. Certified pre-owned vehicles have a lot of benefits to offer that make them more appealing than a brand new car.

 

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