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Hyundai 2021 Model: What's New

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The model year 2021 comes with several changes. There are minor tweaks and changes in some cases, while there is an overhaul in other cases. If you want to learn more about these changes, Bob Mayberry Hyundai in NC will explain in detail. You can head over to car dealerships in Monroe, NC, for all your automotive needs.
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The Perfect Tailgating Kit for your Car!


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With fall in, tailgating is in sight everywhere. Tailgating is drinking and dining in the company of family and friends from the back of a parked vehicle on the occasion of a game. We will explain what a perfect tailgating kit sounds like. We are Bob Mayberry Hyundai, a dealership in Monroe, NC serving the cities of White Oaks, Wingate, and Wesley Chapel, and welcome all car related queries.
Here’s the checklist to put together a tailgating kit for your car.
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Get Your Car Ready for Cooler Weather

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When winter comes around, things can become hard for your car unless you prepare it well for the cooler weather. With low temperatures comes frost. It, therefore, makes sense to winterize your vehicle to deal with cold weather. Here is how you can prepare your car for cool weather.
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2020 Hyundai Palisade Review

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The new Hyundai Palisade combines luxury with an affordable price point. This mid-sized SUV is perfect for anyone looking for a roomy, comfortable, and balanced ride in Monroe, North Carolina. To test drive the new Palisade, visit a Hyundai dealership in Monroe, NC.?
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What to Do When You Notice Emergency Workers on the Roadside

Did you know that you are required by law in all 50 states to move over and make room for emergency workers carrying out their jobs on the side of the road? According to a poll sponsored by the National Safety Commission, 71 percent of Americans are unaware these "Move Over" laws even exist.

With 200 roadside workers being killed on the job each year according to the National Traffic Incident Management…

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Understanding Your Check Engine Light


You may have never seen a check engine light come on in your vehicle. The first instinct is to panic. Many of us assume the engine is about to completely blow up. That's typically not the case. A check engine light can mean several different things. The problems can be small, big or anywhere in between. The light is designed to give you enough warning to get the electrical component or item fixed.

It might also be something very simple. Sometimes a check engine light comes on just for a loose gas cap. That's the first thing you…
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