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By Mikola249 5 Ways To Stay Safe On The Road After being cooped up indoors for the past few months, there's nothing quite like hitting the open highway with the windows down and the music up. But before you do, you should perform a few safety checks on your vehicle to ensure it's in top condition. Here are the top 5 safety features to check before hitting the road. 1. Tires One of the most important safety features of your vehicle is its tires. Tires keep you connected to the road, so they must be in good condition before taking any long trips. Be sure to check your tire pressure (you can find the recommended tire pressure for your vehicle in the owner's manual) and tread depth (you can do this by inserting a penny into the tread grooves - if you can see Lincoln's head, it's time for new tires). If you're unsure how to properly check your tires, stop by your local auto shop, and they'll be happy to help. 2. Brakes Your brakes are another cruci ... read more
Your vehicle's suspension not only makes your ride more comfortable; it also helps protect your vehicles's engine and other components. Over time, suspension can wear down. Here are some signs that you may need vehicle suspension repair: Uneven tire wear. If you notice that the tires on your vehicle are wearing unevenly, it could be a sign of a problem with the suspension. This could be caused by a worn or damaged component such as a strut or a control arm. Noise when driving over bumps. If you hear a knocking or clunking noise when driving over bumps, it could be a sign of a problem with the suspension. This could be caused by a loose or worn component such as a strut or a control arm. Vehicle sags on one side. If your vehicle sags or leans to one side when parked, it could be a sign of a problem with the suspension. This could be caused by a faulty spring or a damaged component. Steering issues. If you n ... read more
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