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What Is the Right Tire Pressure for Your Car?

Did you know that the tire pressure number written on your tires might not be the right pressure for your car? When filling your tires, it is always best to follow the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations. This information is in the owner's manual.

Tire pressure is important because it affects how much of the tire comes into contact with the road. Overfilled tires have less surface area touching the road, which reduces traction and handling. Tires with too little air pressure produce a lot of drag, and they can be difficult to control on poor road surfaces.

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What is the Difference Between Powertrain and Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty?

When purchasing new and used vehicles, warranties are generally a big concern for consumers. If you’re unsure of powertrain and bumper-to-bumper warranties and which best suits your needs, contact us at Ramey Auto Group so we can go over all the details of both.

Powertrain warranties and bumper-to-bumper warranties are both excellent ways to guarantee you won’t be stuck with unexpected repair bills, but each has their own features. Powertrain warranties cover most of the power-related parts under the hood like the engine, transmission, and axles.

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What's the Right Oil Change Interval?

Advancements in the automotive industry have made the often-heard advice to change your car's oil every 3,000 miles a thing of the past. However, how often should we be changing our oil at Ramey Auto Group?

One way to find out is to open up your owner's manual. Based on your driving habits and the type of car you drive, you will find the appropriate recommendation. Manually checking your oil is another way to find out when it needs to be changed. If you do this, then you will not need to rely on recommendations or guesswork…

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Obey the Law and Move Over for Emergency Personnel

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What do you do if there is an accident along the road or someone is pulled over by the police?

Moving over is the safest and most legal thing you can do.

Each state in the United States has Move Over laws and they can be enforced by large fines. This is due to the fact that hundreds of roadside workers lose their lives every year after being hit by moving vehicles. Unfortunately, a large percentage of Americans aren't aware that these laws even exist.

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Trust Our Online Service Scheduler to Make Things Easy for You

You are looking for a simple way of making an appointment to have your vehicle serviced. The simpler that you can get things done, the better. It is time for you to give our online service scheduler a chance and see how it can work for you.

When you access our online program, you will be able to share what is going on with your vehicle and what type of work you would like to have completed. This will make it easy for you to communicate with us. When on the program, you will be able to pick out a…

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Change Your Oil, But Maybe Not as Often as You Think

The oil in your car needs to be changed often, but not as often as you might think. It used to be that you needed to get your oil changed every 3,000 miles, but these days you should only have to get your oil changed every 7,500 miles.

You don't want to get your oil changed too often or you will just be throwing your money away. You should refer to your owner's manual if you are not sure how often you should get your oil changed. You can also come see us here at Ramey…

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Fight the Snow with Winter Windshield Wiper Blades

Our staff at Ramey Auto Group knows how hard it can be to drive during the winter. When it starts snowing, the roads can get slippery, and your visibility can be reduced. The white snow does a very good job of blocking your eyesight, and this is one of the main reasons you should switch to winter windshield wiper blades.

How do winter windshield wiper blades help you see? When snow is falling hard, regular windshield wiper blades may not be strong enough to deal with the heavy snow. Winter wiper blades are encased in a tough rubber shell that…

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Using Salt & Sand Can Reduce Your Chances of Slipping This Winter

Every winter many of us have to contend with a torrent of not only cold weather and winds but also the snow and ice that plagues the roads and driveways, turning them into dangerous ice arenas that will cause many of us to either end up in a snowy ditch or to slip and fall, potentially causing serious damage to our vehicles or our bodies.

Stay safe this winter with two easy to acquire items, salt, and sand. Your regular table salt is not what we are talking about here; sodium chloride rock salt is the kind you need. It…

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Don't Ignore Your Indicator Lights

There are a number of indicator lights that you may see light up on your dash. Most of them are simple reminders. Some will tell you that your bights are on or your cruise control is on. You may also get a message saying that your door is ajar or that you need to replace your gas cap.

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