What Car Damage Should You Never Ignore?

It’s a foreign concept to me that some car owners are able to stand damage to their car without getting it fixed. Anything less than perfect is just… not good enough for me as a car owner. My car just needs to be as pristine as the Sistine Chapel if not more so. There’s aesthetic damage, which, in a lot of cases, is understandable as normal signs of wear and tear. Then there’s a different type of damage that could be potentially dangerous to the driver and other people on and off the road.

There are a variety of examples for this type of damage, with some being worse than others. The thing that's common among all of them is that repairing your car should be among the first things you consider doing once you notice any problem at all. You can liken these car problems to your own health when you have symptoms of an illness or injury and which are often indicative of a bigger problem. So, what are some examples of car problems that you should never ignore?

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Back To School Driving Tips

Its fall, and that means over 55 million students across America are heading back to school. With roughly 13 percent of those children walking or biking to school, drivers should remain vigilant for pedestrians before and after school hours. Thanks to Victory Automotive (Delmont, PA), here are some recommendations for drivers so that you can help keep not only your kids safe but other students safe as well.

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Get Your Car Ready For The Fall

As the leaves change and the weather starts to get colder, your car needs to be prepared to handle the upcoming seasons. Your vehicle can be negatively impacted by the cold weather in all sorts of ways. So it's best to use the fall season to prepare your car for the harshness of the Winter. Cold weather makes it difficult for your tires to maintain their grip and can make the windshield defenseless against cracks. Working with Circle Automotive in Highland, IN, we have come up with a few tips to help protect your vehicle form the vicious drop in temperature.

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Mazda’s Skyactiv Technology

With driving being an essential part of life, outstanding fuel efficiency should never come at the expense of performance. So, naturally, the driving-obsessed engineers over at Mazda found a way to make their vehicles do both. With all-new Skyactiv Technology, every aspect of every one of their cars is designed to maximize driving ability and efficiency. From the engine technology to the chassis and transmission, this new technology offers impressive mpg ratings without compromising performance. Skyactiv technology makes driving a Mazda even better!

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Land Rover Announces New 2020 Defender

The Land Rover Defender is back with an all-new redesigned exterior look and unparallel off-road capability for the 2020 year! This brand new vehicle takes the iconic low front and high stationed rear exterior framework that represents the bold strength we have seen in previous generations. The powertrain works hard pushing harder and working with an optimized framework for an even stronger performance raising the bar of the Defender’s off-road capability.

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Lamborghini’s New Supercapacitor

With a long history of making waves with its traffic-stopping designs and innovative tech, Lamborghini has unveiled its latest creation, the Sian hybrid supercar! As expected, the Sian hybrid has ditched the traditional battery pack in favor of a supercapacitor to power its electric motor. Hybrids typically use a lithium-ion battery pack to store energy. Then, where applicable, it transfers electrical current to a motor to help the gas-powered engine or take over propulsion entirely. It's a system that has successfully improved gas mileage and sold over six million Toyota Prius. Keeping all this in mind, Lamborghini still decided to go with a supercapacitor instead of the traditional battery.

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