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February 27, 2016

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Buying a new car is a considerable investment in itself. The expenditure does not stop with the upfront cost. Like any other piece of equipment, a vehicle always has a running cost. While Fuel consumption is a constant and continuous expense, there are some repair costs as well that are needed from time to time.

The Ultimate Maintenance Cost Comparison Honda Civic VS Toyota Corolla 600

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1/25/2016

Thank you for reading the ETCG February 2016 Newsletter. Here’s how to get the best out of it.

If you’re reading the email version of this newsletter, it’s not the full version of the newsletter. It’s been pared down to just the main topics. Just click on an image, or ‘read more’ link, and it will take you directly to the topic of choice. If you want to read the newsletter in it’s entirety, and you do, click here.

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*Sponsored Blog* All opinions expressed in this blog are my own.

Winter is upon us here in the northern hemisphere. That means inclement weather, possibly very cold temperatures, and less daylight to work with.  The last thing I want to deal with in these conditions are issues with my vehicles. Therefore, I do what I can to check and maintain my vehicles before the bad weather starts.

ACDelco Winter Blog 2016.4

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I think noise is the most common complaint I get about brakes. There are a few factors that contribute to this issue, but top of the list is the friction material used.

brake pads and bad cailper

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Here’s the scenario. You’re sitting in traffic and you hear this annoying ‘buzzing’ noise coming from under your vehicle. No matter how much you turn up the radio, it’s still there. You could have an exhaust rattle.

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