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Winter Tires vs. All-Season Tires

The right time to switch out your all season tires for winter tires is when it gets cold enough to consistently approach freezing, and when there is a threat of snow or ice on the road. That is when the special advantages of the winter tire come into play.

A winter tire has treads that are designed to maintain traction in bad conditions, so that it is easier to turn, stop, and accelerate the vehicle. On top of that, winter tires are made of a particular form of rubber that holds up better to cold temperatures than all 

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Keep Your Car Rust-Free

Titus-Will Chevrolet Buick GMC wants drivers to keep their cars rust-free. It doesn't matter if you live on the beach, or in a cold region with several inches of frozen precipitation a year. You must protect your vehicle from rust, a common issue among motorists that live/drive along the seashore or in winter weather. Salt corrosion can lead to expensive damages to the bottom frame of vehicles.

In some cases, especially on roads treated with brine, rust could even develop on the edges of car doors. 

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Headlights

Vehicle manufacturers install headlights on the front side of a vehicle. These car components will help you to drive without difficulties since they illuminate roadways. For instance, they will help you see any pedestrians, cyclists, or obstructions on the road. Some of the common types of headlights include;

Halogen Headlights

Halogen headlights are cheap, and car mechanics can easily replace them. They use argon gas, nitrogen gas, and a glass tube containing a tungsten filament. This filament produces light when it is heated. 

LED Headlights

 

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