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Powertrain vs. Bumper-to-Bumper: How to Get the Best Warranty

New vehicles always come with some kind of warranty, but how do you know if you're getting a good deal on one? The dealership should provide you with a list of what's covered in each warranty. Since dealerships change what bumper-to-bumper warrant is, you also want to make sure that it's worth the cost to have the warranty. With new and pre-owned vehicles, a warranty is a good idea to protect against manufacturer defects and lemon vehicles.

Powertrain warranties cover the engine and transmission. These are essential components and should be included with your vehicle with a…

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Regular Rotations Will Help Your Tires Last Longer

Your tires are one of the most critical pieces of equipment on your vehicle. They perform one of the most important functions, and as a result, they pay the price by experiencing some of the most severe wear and tear out of all of the components on your vehicle. Tires are definitely not cheap to have to replace, either. So when you do put a new set on you will obviously want to get as much out of them as possible.

Fortunately, there are things that you can do to help with this. The most important thing that you can…

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Recognizing Brake Pedal Hazards


A pedal that feels soft or spongy when pressed is potentially putting car passengers at risk. Brake pedals are designed to feel firm to the touch and there are a variety of different issues which can cause leaking brake fluid and loss of firmness in brake pedals. Damaged brake lines due to rust corrosion and air in the brake lines are two of the most common causes of a soft brake pedal. A worn down or leaking master cylinder or corroded wheel cylinders can also cause brake fluid to leak, leading to faulty brake pedals. Lastly, leaking brake fluid as…
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Don't Leave Anything Behind With the Durango

The Dodge Durango is one of the most popular vehicles on the market today because of its quality performance features. If you like to tow objects behind your vehicle, the Durango can haul up to 8,700 pounds when it comes with a HEMI V8. This is generally good enough to tow your boat, horse trailer or other large items.

This vehicle also comes with all-wheel drive (AWD), which makes it easier to handle regardless of the weather conditions. This may be ideal for those who drive in rainy or snowy conditions on a regular basis. It may also offer…

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All-Wheel Drive Muscle Cars from Dodge


Dodge's revival of heritage muscle cars like the Dodge Challenger and Charger has been a resounding success. We often see these cars around D'Iberville. Did you know that they're unique in the industry?

Traditionally, high-performance cars rely on powerful rear-wheel drive. But unlike most muscle cars, Dodge's family of high-performance vehicles features all-wheel drive. This feature gives cars like the Dodge Challenger and Charger better traction in all kinds of conditions.

All-wheel drive allows the car to split power between the front and rear axles as needed...
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The Ram 1500 Big Horn Brings Big Muscle and Big Comfort


If you're looking for a pickup that's got luxury as well as raw power, then the Ram 1500 Big Horn might be the truck for you. More than likely, you'll notice how stable the ride is before you even pay attention to the horsepower figures. The coil-spring rear suspension system keeps rides even over the roughest terrain comfortable. The spacious cab has room for your entire crew and even comes with a full set of four doors, which in many ways makes it more of an SUV than a pickup truck.

While you might not think that…
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Why You Should Keep Your Gas Tank Full

There are so many ways that you can make your car safer this winter. One of the easiest tricks is to keep the gas tank full. Driving around with barely any gas in your tank, you run the risk of experiencing some potential areas of concern during your D’Iberville, MS expeditions.

The last thing you want to do is get a flat tire or have other trouble and get stranded on the side of the road with no fuel. No, you won't have any heat either, making a bad situation very dangerous. 

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Where Did Horsepower Come From?

Horsepower is a word used to reference the overall power of an engine in a vehicle. It is presented as a sales tool. Car enthusiasts pay close attention the technical aspect of their purchases. Horsepower is a key element in helping a buyer understand what an automobile is capable of, and what it will be best suited for in the D’Iberville, MS region. The actual term came about in the 1800s.

An engine builder named James Watt had created a new product. He was trying to market his steam engine to potential customers and needed a way to help…

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Things You Need to Know About Slow Down & Move Over Laws

All over America, there are drivers who unknowingly break a traffic law that has been in place for more than a decade. A poll conducted by Mason Dixon Polling & Research showed that 71% of Americans are completely unaware of any Slow Down & Move Over laws in their states. Every state in America has a Slow Down & Move Over law.

The Slow Down & Move Over law is intended to help protect roadside workers, law enforcement officers, and emergency service workers. Statistics provided by the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition show that each year 200 roadside workers are fatally struck...

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