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Choosing Between Winter Tires and All-Season Tires

If you need to shop for a new set of tires for your vehicle, a bit of research might be needed. There isn't just one type of tire that you can use. The two main varieties include winter tires and all-season tires. They both have their own price point and features. What you choose really depends on where you drive, how often, your budget, and your vehicle.

Winter tires tend to have a more substantial tread that will help you grip the road when it is snowing or there is ice present. In the summer months, you'll want…

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Drive Smart and Ride Safe in the Chevy Colorado

Driving a Chevrolet Colorado has always been something people in Springfield, IL have enjoyed. Thanks to an abundance of advanced safety features, owning this popular mid-sized pickup is now even better.

Stabilitrak with traction control is a standard feature that is great for anyone who drives off-road or in rough conditions. The Stabilitrak system automatically detects when you have lost control, and will apply the brakes and then make the appropriate corrections to get you back on track again. 

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Preparing for the Season With Seasonal Wiper Blades

As the seasons change, it is only right that you check over your vehicle. From tires and brakes to windshield wipers, keeping the maintenance up-to-date is essential in keeping your car safe as colder weather moves in.

The winter can be harsh here in Illinois. Cold temperatures and freezing rain or snow can make your current wipers useless if you've been using them throughout the hot summer months. 

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The 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe Design Features Review

Do you need a family vehicle that’s built to last for a long time? If so, the 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe is a popular family full-sized SUV that has you covered. This vehicle has been around for over 30 years and still offers plenty of seating for nine passengers.

It has some outstanding design features and two of them happened to be the outside look of the vehicle as well as the inside look with the leather seating. When we look at the outside of the vehicle, we see that it has a modern twist of a bold luxury vehicle…
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Drivers are Gushing Over the Safety Features in the Chevrolet Spark

Driving safely around Springfield is everyone's priority, but this could be enhanced with the right safety features. Chevrolet wanted to ensure everyone felt safe in their new subcompact city car, the Spark. The following are two safety features worth pointing out.

Collision Alert System

The collision alert system in the Spark cannot only alert you if there is a vehicle in front of you that is too close, but it even helps stop the vehicle. Having this kind of system should help reduce the chances of you being in an accident.

Lane Departure Alert

You also get a lane…
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Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Springfield IL


New Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD in Springfield IL


Chevy Silverado 2500HD Does Quick Work of Towing and Hauling in Central Illinois

With all the construction projects in Jacksonville, deliveries to make in Chatham, contracts to fill in Taylorville, and off-road weekends you've got planned in Riverton IL, you'll need more than just your average full-size truck to get it all done. Taking care of business is going to require one heavy-duty big-rig, at theā€¦

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Chevrolet Colorado Trucks Springfield, IL


New Chevy Colorado in Springfield IL

Work Hard and Play Harder in the Springfield Area in a New Chevy Colorado


If you're looking for a mid-size pickup engineered with trades like construction and pastimes like off-roading in mind, look no further than a new Chevy Colorado. It's got the capabilities, towing and hauling performance, and advanced tech to take care of business all over central Illinois, and it all comes together in a…

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How To Recognize Starter Problems

In order to drive your car, you need a starter that functions. If you are having problems starting your vehicle, and not sure what the symptoms are for a starter problem, here are a few tips that may help you get on your way. A smart thing to remember before we start is to never touch the starter yourself unless you have unhooked the negative side on the battery terminal.

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Checking Your Tread and Pressure

As the only thing between you and the road at 65 miles per hour, the health of your tires is vital. A worn tread or low pressure can cause a blowout or reduce your gas efficiency, and since both of these will cost you money, keeping your tires in fit condition is in your own best interest.

A penny will show you if your tread is low. Insert one into a tread with Lincoln head-first. If you can see his entire head, your tread is too low. Check your owner's manual for the correct pressure your tires require, and…

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