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Reading Your Tire Sizes

You should always know the size of your tires. Believe it or not, the answer has been on your tires the entire time. On the sidewall of your tires are letters and numbers with slashes to tell you everything you need to know. Following the "P" for passenger vehicles is a three-digit number that identifies the width of the tire, measured out in millimeters. After the slash is two numbers telling you the aspect ratio. Then there is an "R" for radial construction and the next two numbers is the diameter of the wheel, measured out in inches.

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Transmission Service Explained

The gears in a vehicle's transmission transfer power from the engine to the drive wheels. Fluid in the transmission lubricates, cleans and cools the gears to keep them running smoothly. Over time, transmission fluid breaks down. At certain intervals during the life of a vehicle, transmission fluid must be replaced to encourage optimal performance. If the transmission is not properly cared for, problems arise.

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Reasons Drivers Should Fill Their Gas Tank in the Winter

Every season has its effects on your car, and there is always a way you should treat your car. With the cold season coming up drivers ought to be ready for anything. As every community has a myth, we have all probably come across the one that claims that when your gas tank is less than half full at all times, this leads to better fuel economy. However, this said rumor is not true as it is a fact that when your gas tank is continuously near empty, it may lead to a long-term damage on your vehicle with also…

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Make Sure To Keep Your Gas Tank Full This Winter

If you keep your gas tank full or at least over the halfway mark on your gas gauge, you will be able to avoid many problems that can wreak havoc on your car. By simply keeping your gas tank full you can avoid having too much condensation from building up in your gas tank and eventually freezing up in your fuel lines. If that happens, you will not have a vehicle to drive.

 

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Car Checks Before Seasonal Trips

Have you ever driven down a highway, saw someone on the side of the road with his or her car hood up, and thought, “I am so glad that is not me." You feel sorry for the person, but still, you are glad it's not you.

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Learning the Difference Between AWD and 4WD

Although the goal of all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles are virtually the same, several differences exist between the two. Without knowing the particular characteristics of the two types of vehicles, it’s entirely possible for you to unknowingly purchase one over the other. You want to make sure you have the one you need.

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CarGurus Cites Best Attributes of 2017 Chrysler 300

Are you on the hunt for a full-size sedan? Well, if so, we here at West Herr Chrysler Jeep suggest you do yourself a solid and give ours, the 2017 Chrysler 300, a go.

Could this be the one you've been waiting for?

CarGurus personality Nicole Wakelin is here to help you make that decision; join her in the clip below:

A 3.6-liter V6 engine is the default offering on most 300 trims. Pairing with an eight-speed automatic transmission, the V6 produces a peppy 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.

Select the 300S model, and the V6…

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