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Getting to a Place Where You Are Safe When Hydroplaning

You are responsible for the actions that you do or do not take when out on the road. It is best to try to prepare yourself for any potential scenario that could occur. Not everything is predictable of course, but some events are common enough that you should know what to do. Hydroplaning is one of those events.

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Steps to Make a Winter Survival Kit

With cold weather approaching, the time has arrived to winterize your car. This includes preparing a winter survival kit to have on hand when you are on the road. There are a number of facts and factors to bear in mind when it comes to preparing a wintertime survival kit for your car.

Hopefully the day never comes when you need it, but make sure your winter automobile survival efforts include a first aid kit. In addition, you winter survival kit should come complete with additional warm clothes, blankets, drinking water, and nonperishable emergency food items. 

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Discover Mopar® Vehicle Protection Road Hazard Tire and Wheel Coverage

Taking to the road is stressful enough without having to worry about the condition of your vehicle’s wheels and tires, and that’s where having Mopar® Vehicle Protection Road Hazard Tire and Wheel Coverage comes in handy. This program provides protection for some of your vehicle’s most important working parts, and you can get all the details at Big Rock Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today.

Mopar® Vehicle Protection Road Hazard Tire and Wheel Coverage is available on Chrysler vehicles that with up to 200,000 kilometres. Plans range from two to seven years in length and cover original…

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Why is My Tire Pressure Light On?


Most people can't judge if their tires are losing air by simply looking at them until it's too late. The tire pressure system in your car constantly monitors the state of your tires and alerts you to any change. While the light is usually accurate in judging pressure, there are times when it can misfire.

Tire pressure monitors can work in two different ways. The most common approach is to monitor each tire for changes separately. A certain number of monitors will instead only alert you if they notice one tire out of harmony with the rest. Cold…
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