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Customizing Your Car Without Damaging it

People who love to customize their cars take a lot of risks in damaging it. This is especially the case when it comes to removing a badge from your vehicle. Fortunately, not all badges are going to require a lot of service to remove. One example is removing a badge with adhesive.

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Fuel System Service

The main component of a fuel system in your automobile is the fuel pump. Without it, your engine will never get the proper fuel it needs to run efficiently which can leave you stranded on the side of the road. For this reason, our team at Specialty Auto Sales & Service of Suamico, WI wants to ensure you know a few common warning signs that your fuel pump may soon fail.

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Knowledge Means a Better Car Deal

How do you get the best deal when purchasing a car? By being an informed car buyer. Specialty Auto Sales & Service has some tips on how to haggle.

Before you ever step on a car lot, know the numbers. Check out the TMV page of Edmunds.com for vehicles you like. 

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How to Safely Install Your Child's Car Seat

Even when you are diligent about placing your child in a car seat, if it isn't installed correctly, then it won't be an effective way to keep them safe in the event of an accident. Our team at Specialty Auto Sales & Service in Suamico, WI wants to help you keep your child safe, which is why you should read our car seat installation tips below.

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Why You Should Use a Dash Cam

There are different accessories that you can pick up for your vehicle and there are different reasons why you might want to use those accessories. Specialty Auto Sales & Service wants you to understand all that a dash cam can offer you when you put one to use in your vehicle.

A dash cam can help you record everything that happens when an accident takes place.

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Put the Right Tires on Your Vehicle

Your tires are some of the most important parts of your car, and they may need regular replacing. Make sure you're replacing old tires with ones that are the proper size.

On a tire's sidewall, you'll see several markings. The first letter indicates class. Most likely, you'll need a P for a passenger car. The next number indicates the tire size as measured by width; it could say 245mm or 215mm, for example.

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Summer Tires vs. All-Season

When it comes time to select new tires for your vehicle there will be a few different options to select from. The type of tire that you choose really depends on your location, the season and how often you drive that vehicle. Summer tires are considered to be performance tires. They perform well in a few different conditions, but summer tires are absolutely recommended for the warmer weather months. 

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Keeping Your Vehicle Clean and Pristine

If you're like many car owners, you want to keep your vehicle clean but don't have a lot of time to spend on the details. Unless there is a lot of mud or dust on your car, then you usually won't need to use a lot of tools to clean the exterior.

Rinse your car until the exterior is wet. Apply a small amount of paint lubricant on a microfiber cloth. Use the cloth on the vehicle until you notice that the cloth is dirty. 

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Pack Your Bags: Taking a Budget-friendly Summer Road Trip

The summer is the perfect time to hop in your car and take a road trip, but don't worry if money is tight and you can't spend much. There are plenty of ways that you can take a road trip on a budget and have an adventure you'll always remember.

Start by determining places you'd really like to visit, how much you can afford to spend, how many days you can travel, and how far you're willing to drive, then go from there and plan in advance. Look into if you have any hotel rewards…

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Use These Tips for Traveling With a Roof Rack

Roof racks are a useful solution when you have more stuff than space. A camping trip or cross-country road trip involves hauling a lot of gear, and the roof rack adds space. Be sure to lock up the roof rack when traveling in order to prevent thieves from taking off with your stuff.

If you are taking a canoe or kayak with you, get the right tie-downs and ropes for securing the front and back ends of the item. The canoe or kayak needs to be secured at the front, back and middle in order to prevent the wind from…

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