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Take Good Care of Your Fuel System

It is extremely important that you take care of your fuel system. Not taking care of your fuel system can cause a horrible smell to enter your car, which comes from fumes that can cause damage to the human body. Additionally, not taking care of your fuel system can also cause fuel to leak from your vehicle. 

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Fuel-Saving Tips

Even if you've got the most fuel efficient vehicle on the road today, there are still tips and tricks you can utilize to increase your fuel efficiency and save as much money as possible.

Whether you've got a gas-guzzler or an eco-friendly vehicle, keeping your engine tuned and tires inflated will save you money at the pump. Plan your errands to accomplish them efficiently so you're not wasting gas by backtracking. 

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Calm Your Stomach When Motion Sickness Hits with These Tips

Road trips are meant to be fun, but if you suffer from motion sickness, you might not be able to enjoy all of the sights along the way. Motion sickness occurs when what the inner ear detects doesn't match with what the eyes are seeing. Your brain has difficulties making sense of it, but there are some tricks you can try to alleviate your symptoms.

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How to Avoid Towing Problems with Your Vehicle

There are plenty of occasions when you might have to tow something. It could be a case of a breakdown, or you might have to carry something somewhere. Whatever the occasion is, it is important to make sure to follow some safety measures when it comes to towing.

One of the most important factors to consider when it comes to towing a vehicle is the weight capacity.

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Problems with Your Suspension

When driving your vehicle, you should be able to keep it going straight, and drive it over bumps and other things in the road. However, if you are having trouble with keeping your vehicle straight, then there might be something wrong with your suspension

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Clay Bar Ensures A Smooth Detailed Finish

If you take the time to care for your car by detailing it, the service technicians at Carbone Subaru of Utica in Yorkville, NY recommend you also invest in a clay bar. Why does using a clay bar make a difference in keeping your vehicle looking like new?

Rubbing detailing clay across the surface of your vehicle after washing it helps to eliminate such corrosive elements as brake dust, industrial contaminants, road tar and bug residue. 

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Cruise in Style with a Crossover

The crossover category seems to be enjoying some unprecedented success within the auto industry. What exactly is a crossover, and why should you try one?

A crossover is similar to a standard SUV, but manufacturers build it on a car bed rather than a truck bed. Some of these cars offer you the utility of a sport vehicle without extra baggage you might not need. 

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Here's What You Need to Know About Buying a Used Car

Buying a used car offers an assortment of benefits, including a lower price tag than a new car, a comfortable driving experience, and a reliable driving system. When you purchase from Carbone Subaru of Utica, we want you to have the best possible experience. That's why we'll review the vehicle history report with you before you buy a car.

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How to Avoid Distracted Driving

To stay safe while behind the wheel, your focus should always be on the road. This means putting down your phone, refraining from changing the radio station and using your rearview mirrors to see what is going on in the backseat of the car. It may also mean not getting lost in your thoughts as you drive.

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Understanding the Differences Between Payload and Towing Capacities

The terms "towing" and "payload capacity" are often erroneously used interchangeably, when in fact they mean two separate things when describing a vehicle's performance capabilities. Towing capacity refers to the amount of weight a vehicle can pull, while payload capacity is used to describe the amount of stuff your vehicle is capable of hauling. A payload capacity is fully supported by the vehicle, while a towing capacity employs the use of an additional feature such as a trailer or hitch to pull the additional weight.

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