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Are Summer Tires a Better Choice Than All-Season Tires?

The team at European Masters wanted to better educate drives as to all the advantages this season to be driving with summer tires on the vehicle.

The shallow rib running down the center of the summer tires serves a very important purpose. That rib pushes water to the sides, which is then moved away from the tires by way of the tread pattern. 

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A Few Reasons Your Tire Pressure Light is Illuminated

The tire pressure light in your vehicle is designed to alert you when the tire pressure has fallen out of the recommended range. Here are a few reasons why this could happen.

When the outside temperature drops by ten degrees, you can expect the air pressure in the tires to drop one pound. These underinflated tires are most than an annoyance, this condition actually increases the likelihood of a tire blowout. 

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Things You Must Include in Your Roadside Emergency Kit

When packing your own roadside emergency kit, be sure you include the following items.

  • One small first-aid kit is crucial for tending to minor injuries.
  • Flashlights and fresh batteries can make all the difference in working on your car at night or flagging down another vehicle for help.
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Our Loan Application Makes the Financing Process Easier

Whether this is your first time purchasing a vehicle, or you have experience doing so, having a fun, expedited financing experience is important. With our loan application you can expedite your financing experience.

This application is easy to complete and straightforward. Most importantly, though, your information is safe and encrypted.

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Simple Guide on How to Test Your Battery

To safely check the charging power of the car battery, you are going to need a wire brush, work gloves, safety glasses, and a voltmeter. With the car engine and headlights off, open the hood and use the wire brush to carefully clean the contact points of the car battery. The voltmeter will have two cables, red and black. The red cable goes to the positive terminal of the car battery. The black cable goes to the other terminal.

With the voltmeter on, you should see a reading in the 12.4 range if the battery is still able to…

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Signs Your Ignition Needs Service

The ignition switch is one of the most important components to your fuel and ignition system. Of course, when you turn the key, you expect the car to go forward. However, there are a lot of reasons that the ignition could be the issue. You may also be getting the problem mixed up with issues caused by a battery or starter.

One of the first things to check is the key. Is it broken or worn down? Is the transponder working on your key? You may also want to see if it's the battery. If lights are flickering but…

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