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Take Advantage of All that the Powerful 2017 Ram 3500 Laramie Has to Offer

There is a lot to offer when it comes to the 2017 Ram 3500 Laramie. While enjoying its powerful capabilities and spacious interior for up to six people, there are many amenities that can make your adventure fun. You and your passengers will always remain comfortable on your ventures with the available remarkable Heated and Ventilated Leather-Trimmed 40/20/40 Split-Bench Front Seats that are great for cooler days here in Decatur, TX, as well as those hot summer days that are among us...

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Wash Your Car to Preserve It

Cars are a big investment, and it's generally in your best interest to protect the one that you own and ensure that it lasts longer. Washing your car is not just about keeping your vehicle from looking dusty and dirty, it's also an important part of the maintenance.
 
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Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Steals The Show in NYC

 

 

Although Dodge unleashed its most powerful muscle car yet, their siblings over in the Jeep model booth had their own trick up their sleeves. To counter, they unveiled the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk—the most powerful production Jeep model. Packing the Hellcat’s supercharged HEMI V8, it too makes 707 horsepower.

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What Should I Do If My Windshield Has a Crack?

Windshields are one of the most fragile parts of any vehicle, and that is why it is so important to fix any flaws it may have. Even one little crack could quickly turn into a headache.

Your windshield faces an enormous amount of elements every time you hit the road. Bugs slam against it, rocks hurdle towards it, and just about anything else can fly up into the windshield. If a large enough piece of debris ends up hitting the windshield, it could cause a small crack that doesn't seem that bad, but could easily become a nightmare...

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Are Your Tires Any Good?

There are a lot of tires these days that are more efficient and have tread wear indicators that get built into them. Their very purpose is to warn their owners when the tread is considered too low, or 1/16 of an inch. This means that they will need to get replaced. The indicators get located inside the grooves of the tread, and when the indicators are visible outside of the tread, then you know that you need to get new ones. For those of us that don't have these highly advanced tires, a simple penny test will suffice…

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