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The Ram 1500 Big Horn Offers Drivers Many Features


The Ram 1500 Big Horn is a truck perfectly suited for truck enthusiasts. With classic American styling and rugged capability and dependability, the Ram 1500 can handle anything you throw at it and look good while doing it.

Offered in five different 4x2 configurations and five different 4x4 configurations, there is a Ram model for every type of driver out there. And drivers can buy with confidence thanks to Ram's 5 year/60,000 mile limited gas powertrain warranty and a five year/100,000 mile limited diesel powertrain warranty.

The Ram 1500 Big Horn also enjoys boasting some…
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Drivers Experience All-Wheel Drive for the First Time in a Muscle Car


The Dodge Challenger GT is about to become the most unique American muscle car. While in previous years rear-wheel drive was the only option, drivers now have an all-wheel-drive muscle car to select. There are additional options for select trims including a Bilstein adaptive damping system, Brembo brake package, and competition-grade suspension systems.

Newer models are made for speed. The base Challenger model comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, but you can upgrade up to a 392 cubic-inch Hemi V8 with the Hellcat R/T Scat Package. In addition, US News World & Report stated...
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4WD or AWD: Which one to pick?


People who are looking to buy a new vehicle and want to explore what all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles have to offer may not fully understand the applications that the drivetrains are primarily used for.

Typically, four-wheel drive vehicles have been used for hauling loads and trailers. The driver can turn the four-wheel drive option on and off to suit their needs. This conserves fuel.

An all-wheel drive vehicle can be used for towing but the all-wheel-drive option is typically always on and cannot be turned off. All-wheel drive vehicles are...

 
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Get rid of anxiety over the 3000-mile myth


How many times have you been at a stop light waiting for it to turn green, and you look up at the sticker on the corner of your windshield from your last oil change and note the odometer reading? You quickly look down at your instrument cluster and see that you have gone 3000 miles since your last oil change, and the anxiety starts to build. You tell yourself that you need to go and schedule an oil change immediately so that you don't ruin your vehicle's engine.

If you have done this and you are driving a…
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It's important to take care of your headlights


Just as you wouldn't neglect your eyes, you shouldn't forget about your vehicle's headlights. Taking care of your headlights is an important overall part of taking care of your automobile.

One of the most simple and easiest headlight maintenance tasks is to make sure they are clean and free of obstructions. Every few months you should clean off your headlights. After bouts of inclement weather, such as rain or snow, it's important to make sure your headlights are cleaned off and clear.

Headlight maintenance also includes checking periodically to...
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Dashboard Warning Lights


Easily one of the biggest fears every car owner gets is when their dashboard warning lights come on especially if the car is new. Most freak out and wonder what exactly is the problem, how long it will take to fix, and more importantly how much the fix will cost. One great piece of advice is if the warning light is yellow you can wait and see if it goes away, or look around the car for common problems such as the gas lid not on correctly. If the warning light is red then you should definitely take your car…
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The Mechanisms Of Tire Tread – Do You Need A New Set?


Every motor vehicle in today’s world has rubber tires. These tires stick to the road through friction created by a combination of malleable rubber, heat, and tread – the pattern that grooves and ruts are cut into tires.

Without tread, tires would be slick, causing drivers to slip and slide all over the road. It’s a proven fact that less tread equates to a stopping distance on wet roads that is longer than those with ample tread – it even boosts the risk of hydroplaning!

The science behind tread involves an ongoing channel that takes water from under tires and…
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Why you Need to Properly Store Food when Traveling

Imagine you have just finished cooking an amazing meal and a tasty dessert. You place the food into containers that you think will hold them well and just plop them into the back seat of your car. You're on the highway when the car in front of you comes to a sudden stop.

 

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Vehicles Must Adapt to Changing Seasons


The start of a new season may indicate the need for some type of maintenance service for your precious car. Cold and hot temperatures dramatically increase the risk of problems with most components of a vehicle. For example, the ignition system may fail in extremely cold conditions. Batteries and alternators are also likely to get depleted quickly under prolonged exposure to cold air. Similarly, excessive heat accumulation...
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