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Save Time and Money in the Long-Term with Routine Tire Rotations

Ever-changing weather conditions adversely affect the life of your tires. Potholes, drastic temperature changes and improperly aligned tires can all be detrimental to tire treads. Unevenly worn tires can result in a loss of traction, along with a lower tire lifespan.

New tires are expensive. Experts recommend rotating tires every 3,000 to 5,000 miles to extend their life. To simplify your maintenance schedule, have your tires rotated every time you have oil changed.

Front tires experience more wear because they're involved in steering. Tires on a rear wheel drive vehicle...

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How Do Brake Pads Work?

Pressing on the brake pedal sets the brake fluid in action. It’s sent through the lines of the brake system to each wheel. When the fluid reaches the caliper, it forces it to press the pads and rotor together. The friction from the action of these two parts causes your vehicle to stop.

Brake pads must consist of very strong material because they endure so much heat from stopping your vehicle thousands of times. Most pads on cars and trucks consist of a graphite, iron, steel, and copper combination. The result is a material that is cost effective and…

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Driving Matters

The average American spends 101 minutes per day behind the wheel. That's a total of 37, 812 hours or more than FOUR YEARS of your life!! Make sure you're spending that time in the best type of vehicle - a Mazda! 

Because Driving Matters! 
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How to Make Sure You Don't Slip and Fall This Winter

Winter seasons bring more than just cold temperatures and long dark hours, alongside comes the snow and the ice. While quite beautiful to look at, the CDC reports that over one million Americans will slip and fall on the ice every year. 17,000 of these falls will result in a fatal injury. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tracks automobile accidents every year and reports that annually there are over 30,000 fatal auto accidents in America. Taking the proper precautions, every winter is extremely wise.

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Where Did the Term Horsepower Come From?

You are probably somewhat familiar with the term horsepower but what is it exactly? It is basically a measure of strength, and those craving a more potent performance are eager to claim a vehicle with the most horsepower they can get.

This form of measurement was created by James Watt in the 18th century. He wanted to come up with a way to communicate to potential buyers exactly how much power his steam engines could produce so he developed the horsepower unit fi measurement. One horsepower is basically like saying that one single pony can pull 33 pounds for one…

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