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What to Pack in Your Winter Car Emergency Kit

In Colorado, winter is one of our favorite season (skiing) but the storms can be brutal. We've seen it before, driving through the Rockies for a fun weekend of skiing and all a sudden an avalanche covers the highway and cars. If you plan to drive in any snowy or hazardous weather, make sure to pack a winter car emergency kit, which you can store in your trunk or on your backseat. Here’s what you’ll need:

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A First-Hand Look at the 2020 Jeep Gladiator

The Jeep Gladiator is back in the headlines and for great reasons. This particular pickup can and will accommodate your every need. The 2020 Gladiator provides exceptional road performance as well as off-road magic. Here's a better understanding of what consumers can expect by reading below.

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Have You Seen the Jeep Renegade?

The Jeep Renegade is a sub-compact SUV known for reliability and rugged styling. The available fog lamps make it easier for other drivers to see you in bad weather. They also make it easier for you to see the road and vehicle just ahead of you.

If you like the feel of the sun and wind, the My Sky removable sunroof is just what you need. You can take the sunroof's panels off and enjoy an open-air driving experience. The panels are in two pieces, and you can take one or both of them off.

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Here are the Durability Features Included With the 2018 Ram 3500

The 2018 Ram 3500 was manufactured to provide drivers with a durable and reliable heavy-duty pickup truck. The Ram 3500 has a rugged appeal that is commonly seen in Ram trucks, and it also offers numerous durability features that make it a top choice among trucks in its class. If you are interested in the Ram 3500, we invite you to read our summary of a few notable durability features that come with the new model.

A powerful 6.7-liter Cummins turbo diesel I6 engine provides power to the truck. The truck produces a maximum towing capacity of 31,210…

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Instructions for Replacing a Flat Tire

We know that you want a flat tire about as much as you want a spare hole in your head. Here's what to do when you encounter a flat.

Always change tires on pavement that is a safe distance from traffic. If a flat occurs during a drive, do not stop in a moving-traffic lane. Next, turn off your car, apply the parking brake and chock a tire opposite of the flat. Grab your spare tire, tools and jack. Before you raise your vehicle, loosen the wheel's lug nuts with your lug wrench. With the car raised, remove…

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Motor Oil Myths You Have Been Told

There are myths that are spread about various parts of a vehicle and its components. If you have heard some things about motor oil and you do not know if they are true or not, we are here to help you out.

If you have heard that you for sure have to change your oil every 3000 miles, that may not be true. That can vary based on the vehicle that you own and also the type of product used in it. If you have heard that you can never use conventional oil again after using synthetic, that is not…

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Safe Towing Practices

Nothing says summer quite like enjoying it from a boat. If you’ve decided to add one to your summer kit, it’s recommended to take a few preliminary steps to ensure safe travels. The first is to determine if your vehicle can handle the extra weight. You will find that information in the owner’s manual.

Check the manufacturer’s specific guidelines for loaded and tongue weight capacities. You will also need a tow hitch that’s designed to fit your vehicle’s bumper and is appropriately attached. From there, move on to trailer inspection. Don’t overlook the…

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