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Why buy a KIA?

 Why buy a KIA?

KIA enjoys a steep growth trajectory in the American market due to its better crash test ratings and resale value as confirmed by independent evaluation firms. For drivers, the car is fun to drive and best of all, every model comes at a competitive price. 

Upgrades

Upgrades are aplenty. The standard models are excellent. However, to put the cream on an already delicious cake, you get plenty of choices in terms of upgrade packages. LED lights can be fitted to your car if you prefer them. There are packages for aluminum wheels, remote access, heated front…
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Tire care tips

 
Taking care of your tires

Tire care tips


The easiest method to extract the best results from your tires is to regularly inspect the car tires. Living in Georgia we have different seasons that will affect the life of your tires if proper care is not taken. Checks should be done in the context of proper inflation, damage, and even wear of the tread. Proper inflation must be maintained in the tires. If this is…
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Remove minor dents from car bumper

Remove minor dents from car bumper

If you own or drive a car, getting a dent is only a matter of time. Being careful is no guarantee for avoiding dents. Forget other cars, there can be footballs, hail, and even runaway shopping carts. 

After your car gets a dent, your concern should be to make the car look pretty again. The easiest way is to take the car to the nearest collision repair. The problem…
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Ideal speed to get maximum mileage

Ideal speed to get maximum mileage

There is no need to know car mechanics to get maximum mileage from your vehicle. Knowing a few simple rules mean fewer stops at the fuel pump. It thus helps you to reach your destination much faster. The foremost rule to extract maximum miles from a gallon is to drive with optimal tire pressure. A reduction in tire pressure means more contact between road and tire. The greater the friction the result means more fuel consumption. Lower consumption may be had from over-inflated tires. Too much air, however, means less grip. Water dispersal is…
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Check your Tires - Do not to aquaplane

Check your Tires- Do not to aquaplane


Aquaplaning is a frequent issue when it rains. The presence of surface water means a possibility of aquaplaning. This means you lose control of the car. If you are unlucky, you may collide with another object. As a driver, you must be aware of how to drive when there is water on the road or when it rains. The other name of aquaplaning is hydroplaning.

Accidents happen when a water layer builds up between the road surface and the tires of your car. The tires cannot grip the road. This leads to traction…
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