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How to Properly Maintain Your Differential

One major tip to maintaining a well-functioning differential is lubrication. Therefore, always ensure your differential undergoes oil change regularly. Without consistent lubrication, your car will not drive properly.

Every car has a standard level that the differential oil should be for the mechanic to approve your differential as in good condition. Considering the high friction that happens in-between differential gears, we expect gears to overheat easily. As such, differential oils are meant to prevent these gears from wearing or burning out.

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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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Secure Extra Safety in Challenging Driving Conditions

When hitting the open road, safety should always be a concern. Many vehicles have increased their safety ratings over the years. With technology always improving, more vehicle manufacturers are also making features like four and all-wheel drive much more accessible and affordable, if not standard.

You're probably wondering why these features might be so important. Both offer improved traction and vehicle control, resulting in better handling. In unpleasant or, even risky situations, you can be certain that you'll be in much better control of the vehicle.

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Find Your Most Powerful Ride

Horsepower really has little to do with horses these days and more to do with vehicles. Horsepower is a way of measurement that was created by James Watt in the 18th century as an effort to help sell his steam engines. He wanted them to sound more appealing, so he found a way to measure the power behind them. It is believed that as he watched the horses haul coal in the coal mines, he got the idea to measure their power by means of the horsepower unit.

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Finding Quality OEM Parts in Monroe, NC

Your car is an incredibly important item in your life, and as such is not something that you want to scrimp and save every possible dollar on while risking greater calamity. While aftermarket parts may seem a good value when you are in need, the truth is that the highest reliability comes from OEM parts, short for Original Equipment Manufacturer.

Your best source for OEM parts will be Bob Mayberry Hyundai and our highly-trained service staff. From the headlights to your trunk and everything in between, our service center stocks a wide variety and can order anything we don’t…

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Learn How to Total the Costs of Your Vehicle

Owning a vehicle will undoubtedly cost you loads of money. Unless, of course, you’re well-off, wealthy, or financially stable enough to purchase a vehicle without worrying about the costs. Unfortunately for everyone, most of us aren’t in such a positive financial situation.

As such, it’s important for you – really, everybody in the entire world – to consider how much owning, financing, or leasing the car you desire driving will truly cost, after all, expenses in a year’s time are added together. Insurance costs tons, especially for younger vehicles that are more expensive to replace.

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Driving On Halloween Night


Traffic accident data shows Halloween is one of the most dangerous night to drive. There is high foot traffic with the kids, especially during the Trick-or-Treating hours. The streets are filled with ghosts, vampires and many types of costume-clad-kids.

The children are often too preoccupied with their games to concentrate on the road. Therefore as a driver, you have to take care of the innocent kids having fun.

When driving around, it’s wise to drive below the recommended driving speed. Communicate with the other drivers to let them know how you are going. When parking, look for a...
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Are You Driving with the Right Tires for Your Needs?


When you bought your car, there is a good chance that you didn’t even give any thought to the kind of tires that were on it. Odds are as well that those tires are what are known as general-purpose passenger tires. For most cars and light trucks, general purpose tires are fine for 90% of driving needs, but there are times when you need specialized tires for particular needs such as off-roading, wet weather, or winter driving.

If you have not had a tire service performed on your car or truck recently, then it's time to get that…
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