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What is a temporary/compact spare tire?

To reduce the weight of their vehicles and increase fuel mileage, car manufacturers invented a new spare tire. They reasoned that spare tires are only necessary to get you to the next tire repair shop or home—whichever was closer. Therefore, there was no need for a solid and durable center. Nor was there any need for a thick tread or, for that matter, complete inflation.

The result was to put the burden on the owner/driver to keep the spare in shape. The manufacturers designed a spare that was lightweight, compact, and yet capable of getting the vehicle to…

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Superior Handling in the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee

If you are looking for an SUV that combines a powerful engine with comfort and reliability, you will definitely be interested in learning more about the Jeep Grand Cherokee. This is a roomy SUV that has space for several passengers. When you are driving in Princeton, WV, you will appreciate the Grand Cherokee range's superior handling.

The Grand Cherokee comes with an eight-speed transmission. 

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New Chrysler 300 Outperforms the Competition

Car buyers on the hunt for a luxury full-size sedan know exactly what they want. They want plenty of space as well as top-notch performance features that will set them apart from the pack. That is why we here at Ramey Chrysler Dodge Jeep, located right here in Princeton, are excited to introduce you to the brand new 2018 Chrysler 300.

This car puts put up to 363 horsepower for those who like to really open it up on the road. 

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Why Tire Pressure Matters

Your vehicle’s tire pressure is important for proper handling. When a tire is either under or overinflated, it can not only damage the tire, but it reduces traction. You want to get the most out of the contact the wheels make with the pavement.

When you don’t have enough air in the tire, it causes too much wear on the sides. That not only does irreparable damage to the rubber, but it creates a situation where your tire overheats. It has to work very hard to keep your car moving. On the flip side, when you put too…

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Do You Know the Difference Between Powertrain and Bumper-to-bumper Warranties?

When you buy a car, you expect it to be in good working order and stay that way. A warranty covers the parts and labor costs for repairs to the vehicle. With a powertrain warranty, the moving parts are covered. This includes the engine, transmission and exhaust systems.

A bumper-to-bumper warranty covers everything inside and outside of the car. In addition to the major components, it also covers the heating, air conditioning, infotainment system and interior lights. A bumper-to-bumper warranty also provides coverage for your brakes, wheels, axles, side and rear view mirrors...

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MOPAR Celebrates 80 Years in the Automotive Industry

The name MOPAR is a combination of motor vehicle and parts. The company was originally known for supplying vehicle coolants. However, over the years, the company has become known for being FCA North America's go-to for OEM parts and quality service. They remain committed to exceptional customer care and service of Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram vehicles.

However, the company does not only offer its services to everyday vehicle owners. Many look to them for more unique options. MOPAR remains devoted to supplying the parts customers need whether it be a powerful engine for an old...

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The Dodge Charger is a Spacious Muscle Car

Space is important when automobiles are designed, as limited space can impact driving efficiency on the road. For example, if a car lacks proper space around the gas pedal and brake, the process of implementing driving procedures quickly during risky situations can be challenging. If you're concerned about space, you may want to consider the Dodge Charger because this muscle car is built with 104.7 cubic feet of space in the cabin.

While driving a Dodge Charger, you'll appreciate the increased space. During general driving routines, you won't have to worry about tension or discomfort...

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Changing Lanes for Emergency Personnel Can Save Lives

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Would you be shocked to know that changing lanes can help save lives? It's true; every year, numerous roadside workers are struck by passing vehicles and are often seriously injured or killed. However, the good thing is that if you follow the law and do two simple things, you can help prevent accidents.

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Thanks to Technology Advancements, Oil Changes Are No Longer Needed Every 3,000 Miles

Today we have advances in technology to thank for a plethora of different things. One of those things that many people are not aware of is the fact that vehicles no longer require their oil to be changed every 3,000 miles like cars in the past. In fact, today, if you're driving a car that is less than 20 years old, chances are you only need to change your oil every 5,000 to 10,000 miles.

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Remember to Install Winter Wipers Blades This Holiday Season

There’s a reason some wiper blades go by the name of winter wiper blades. Weather conditions can be extremely harsh. For the obvious safety reason, blades need to be able to withstand extremely harsh winter temperatures. They should also come with shells to protect from ice and snow buildup.

Winter wiper blades have a coating that allows them to protect against ice and snow buildup. Edges, with special edges, can also provide better flexibility for changing winter weather conditions. Today’s winter wiper blades are also easy to install.

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