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Too many automotive centers are taking advantage of the consumer's lack of knowledge about their automobile or truck

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Do you own and drive a car? Do you have a good mechanic or technician that services it for you? Or do you just go wherever the price is the cheapest? If you answered yes to the last question, you best change your ways.

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The Long Haul

By Tom Stetter | Published 03/29/2007 | Auto and Trucks |

Truck drivers of all kinds confront many dangers on the roads today. From bad weather to bad drivers, some days it seems like the world is conspiring against you to keep you from delivering your load on time. While road crews shutting down 2 out of 3 lanes on a 9 degree down grade, blown tires sending rubber shrapnel everywhere, and just getting plain old tired are very tangible hazards, there is another that is very easy to overlook. It is nearly impossible to detect with your five senses and potentially more dangerous than anything else out there. This threat is carbon monoxide.

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The most common cause behind fatal accidents is a casual approach while driving. It must not astonish you that every year about fifty thousand people die of car accidents alone.

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Changing your tires is not a matter of vanity. That is, it isnt about putting pretty tires on a car so they look nice and shiny on the road.

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With the advent of the body kit, there are now countless ways for you to upgrade your car. While many people will simply stick to parts that are easy to change like rims or the muffler and exhaust pipe system, there are thousands of other people who want to make their car look completely unique.

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Most of us take great pride in our cars. After all, a vehicle is often the second most expensive purchase we will ever make.

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There are many fluids inside a car that allow it to run properly. Anti-freeze, brake fluid, oil, windshield wiper fluid, and of course, gasoline, are essential to keeping all the parts working together when the car is being used.

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