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Should You Change A Car’s Air Filters More Often During Summers?

January 4th, 2024 by
Should You Change A Car’s Air Filters More Often During Summers?

There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to replacing your air filter. The type of filter you have, the climate you live in and the type of driving you do all play a role. In most cases, though, it’s a good idea to replace your air filter every 12 months or…

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Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars A Wise Choice In Car Buying?

January 4th, 2024 by
Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars Worth A Wise Choice In Car Buying?

Many drivers opt to forgo a brand-new car in favor of the discounts provided by a model that is a few years old. Many used and pre-owned models are available, but you might be considering whether purchasing a certified pre-owned vehicle is worthwhile. In this blog post, Eastern Shore Toyota will discuss the pros and cons of buying…

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7 Secrets Spilled On Buying The Right Tire For Your Toyota!

January 4th, 2024 by
7 Secrets Spilled On Buying The Right Tire For Your Toyota!

Car owners must answer numerous questions when it’s time for tire replacement. What kind of tires do you need? What size? How to ensure you’re getting the best price? And once you’ve made your decision, how do you install them? In this post, we’ll discuss the basics of car tires purchase. All Tires Are Not…

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8 Important Questions You Need To Ask When Leasing Or Financing A Car

January 4th, 2024 by
8 Important Questions You Need To Ask When Leasing Or Financing A Car

It would be incorrect to claim that purchasing a vehicle is straightforward because of the choices and considerations involved. Do you lease or finance your automobile? Which method is best for you? What factors should you consider while determining which option to pursue? How do you know what to negotiate with the seller? When opting…

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Engine Coolant Or Antifreeze: A Simple Guide To Your Ride!

January 4th, 2024 by
Engine Coolant Or Antifreeze

Key Takeaways: There are different types of radiator fluids. You need to check the level regularly and top it off as needed. Car coolant and antifreeze are both important for your ride. All antifreeze is coolant, but not all coolant is antifreeze. What initial thing pops into your mind when you think about cars? Speed?…

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Things That Kill Your Car’s Resale Value Plus How To Retain It

January 4th, 2024 by
Things That Kill Your Car's Resale Value Plus How To Retain It

Key Takeaways Your Toyota’s resale value can be retained by looking after the more minor aspects of your vehicle. Look at how your headlights, taillights, tires, and rims are faring. If you’re thinking of making aftermarket changes or additions to your car, consider how these might affect its value down the line. Some mods can…

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10 Car Noises To Be Concerned About

January 4th, 2024 by
10 Car Noises To Be Concerned About

Key Takeaways: Cars often start making weird noises long before they break down. Suspension problems produce a clunking noise when your car drives over bumps on the road. Grinding gears should be taken seriously as they may cause significant damage to your car if left unchecked. Consult a professional if you’re unsure what the noise…

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Car Warning Lights And What They Mean

January 4th, 2024 by
Car Warning Lights And What They Mean

Oh no…your car’s warning lights came out. Don’t freak out! Cars today are equipped with multiple warning lights to let you know when there is an issue. Without them, a problem could go from bad to worse without you even realizing anything was wrong. When your car’s warning lights are triggered, it’s important to take…

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How To Clean Your Car’s Interior

January 4th, 2024 by
How To Clean Your Car’s Interior

Keeping the interior of your car clean can take a lot of work – especially if you have kids or pets, or are using your vehicle as a daily commuter. Even if you use your car infrequently, dirt and grime buildup are a normal part of car ownership. Maintaining a clean vehicle is more than…

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10 Ways To Protect Your Car This Winter

January 4th, 2024 by
10 Ways To Protect Your Car This Winter

When winter rolls around, we all want our cars to be ready for the cold. Whether you’re driving all day or just running a few errands, there are some things you should do each fall to protect your car from the elements and keep it performing at its best throughout the winter:   Here are…

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