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Automobile Infotainment: What Is It?

What’s in a car? Besides the ability to drive, you might also like to listen to the radio or reach your destination. The term infotainment generally describes the entertainment and communication features of each vehicle.

Instead of naming all infotainment systems the same, most vehicle brands designate their own names. For instance, Fiat-Chrysler uses Uconnect and Ford uses Sync.

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Service Your Car for Back-To-School

Back-to-school time can be a particularly critical occasion to make sure that your car is in good shape. You'll be busy on a daily basis in Belmont with trips to school, extracurricular activities and field trips. In order to stay on top of all of your plans, it's important that your car is reliable and running well.

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The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Is Coming Soon to America

Twenty years ago, Mercedes-Benz released its A-class globally, and now - for the first time - it will be coming to America. This is also the first time the A-class has been available as a sedan anywhere. Due in American dealerships in late 2018, the 2019 A-class will be offered in just one model, the A220, in front- or all-wheel-drive versions. Its lone engine is a 2.0-liter turbo-4 rated at 188 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque. Power flows to wheels via a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. Stuttgart claims the A-class sedan is the world’s most aerodynamic production car,

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Protect Your Investment with a Car Cover

You value your car, truck or SUV, and we place high importance on helping our customers be informed auto owners. Today, we want to talk about car covers.

In short, you should use a car cover. They may be cumbersome, but they also assist with raising your auto's resale value. Think of the elements your car faces, like sunlight, falling twigs and bird debris. A protective car cover will stop all of these items, extend the life of your paint job and save you money by letting you wash your car less often. 

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Don't Let Phones and Food Distract You on the Road

Distracted driving is dangerous, and knowing how to avoid it keeps you safer on the road. Here are some tips to help.

Cells phones are big factors in distracted driving, but you can limit that problem by using your cellular for emergencies only. When needed, pull over before making the call. If you think using the phone's hands free option is fine while driving, think again.  

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The Mercedes-Benz S560 is a True Luxury Sedan

The Mercedes Benz S560 is a leader in its field. Its performance on the road, along with all of the touches that have been included in this vehicle, help make it stand out in the luxury class of sedans.

This vehicle has a strong presence. There are double chrome bars on the front grille that lead to a modern front apron. The design of the car can be described as athletic, as the rear shoulders help the car look strong and fast. 

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Stabilize Your Ride with the Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe

An elegant trophy for your work and life achievements, the Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC mixes power with style. Its turbo-4 engine relies on multispark ignition and advanced Direct Injection to generate 241 horsepower and go from 0 to 60 MPH in 6.4 seconds. Choose your driving style from ECO to Sport+ using the DYNAMIC SELECT modes. Inside, you can admire the available multicolor ambient lighting as well as a sumptuous palette of cabin trims. 

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The Easy Way to Jump-Start a Vehicle with Cables

Before you can safely jump-start a car with another vehicle, you'll need to get the noses of the two vehicles as close to one another as possible. Be sure the lights and engine are off, then open both hoods. The jumper cables have two red clamps and two black clamps. Start by placing one red to the positive side of the good battery, then the other red to the bad battery positive side.

Take one of the black clamps of the jumper cables, place on the negative side of the good battery. 

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Steps to Take to Avoid a Tire Blowout

Having a tire blow out while you are on the road can cause you to be in a crash and it can cause you to be in danger. You must maintain your tires to keep from going through such a situation.

Keep your tires aligned and rotated to keep from going through a tire blowout. Pay attention to the tread on your tires to make sure that they are up for more use. Avoid a tire blowout by paying attention to your tire pressure monitoring system and checking your tires when it warns you that something is off. Always keep…

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The Ignition Is Vital for Starting the Engine

When your vehicle refuses to start, you may believe that the battery is the problem. However, if it turns out the battery is not the issue, the ignition system may be to blame. The ignition system is responsible for starting the vehicle, and if it isn't functioning properly, the engine will not turn over.

A warning sign that it could be the starter in trouble can be a grinding noise when you turn the key in the ignition. This means the starter drive gear is not engaging correctly. 

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