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Drive Safely with the Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 Coupe

One of the features that many people think about when it comes to a Mercedes-Benz model is safety. Fortunately, the Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 Coupe has the safety features that counts. While other vehicles help you with the safety of your vehicle when it comes to your driving, the CLA 250 will go above and beyond.

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Get Ready for School: Seasonal Service for Your Car

If you are like most parents, you find yourself driving your children around far more often once the school year starts. As a result, you will want to give serious consideration to seasonal, back-to-school comprehensive service for your car.

There are a number of reasons why you want to be certain to obtain comprehensive back-to-school service on your car. 

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What is a Vehicle's Infotainment System?

The more informed you are about your vehicle's technology features, the more value you get from your car by using it to its full extent. Vehicles with an infotainment system have plenty of excellent features for both driver and passengers.

Navigation information, road conditions, speed limits and weather are just some of the readouts a driver can utilize from an infotainment system. 

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Ease Long-Distance Journeys in the Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe

Aside from its good-looking build and luxurious build, the Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe remains popular because of the tech it uses to enhance your drive. Its optional COMAND navigation shows you the way to your destination on an 8.4-inch screen. An optional Burmester Surround Sound System tailors your music through 13 speakers and a 590-watt digital amplifier. And dual USB audio parts allow you to plug in your personal devices to keep them charged up. 

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A Luxury Sedan That Can Turn Heads: Mercedes-Benz S560

The Mercedes-Benz S560 is a sleek vehicle that can draw attention anywhere it goes. Its overall appearance, in combination with what's under the hood and what's inside the cabin, make it a popular choice for customers looking for a luxury sedan.

Part of what makes the S560 stand apart form other vehicles on the market is the fact that it doesn't have a single lightbulb. It uses LEDs to illuminate things, both in the front and rear of the car. 

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How to Drive When it is Raining

We want you to be prepared for summer rain and wet road conditions, which is why we suggest that you check your vehicle's tire pressure, headlights, taillights, turn signals, and windshield wipers once a month. In addition, you can also practice the following driving habits to increase safety when it rains.

At the first sign of rain or water that is standing on the roads, you should be sure that your cruise control is off until you reach dry terrain. Cruise control prevents you from braking by lifting off the accelerator, which will mean less traction and a higher…

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The Effects of Heat and Cold on Car Batteries

Alongside filling your gas tank, changing your wiper fluid, and replacing your oil, your car battery is the next most likely item on your car you will deal with on your own. However, there are a few things about car batteries that most folks do not know. The battery in your car is actually very sensitive to heat and cold due to the makeup of the battery.

The battery is your car is powered by a chemical reaction. This reaction is generally when a liquid comes in contact with a certain metal- this creates a reservoir of charge inside of…

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The Important Things to Pack in Your Roadside Emergency Kit

Packing your car's roadside emergency kit is a breeze when you know what could help you if the car is disabled. Here are a few things to pack in the kit.

Tire fix-a-flat could help to raise the tire off the rim high enough to move the car to the shoulder or down the road to a nearby service station. Flashlights and batteries are essential for any type emergency because, in addition to flagging for help, they can be used to see what you are doing at night.

Jumper cables should be in the roadside emergency kit because they…

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Tips for How to Jump Start a Car with Another Car

These tips will show you how to jump-start a car with another car.

The key is getting both vehicles close enough the jumper cables reach both batteries easily. Once the cars are close, turn off the engine and get the hoods open. You'll want to get a look at the battery terminals, so you know where the red positive and black negative jumper cables are to be attached.

The red cable goes to the bad battery first, then the good battery. The black cable goes to the good battery first, then remaining cable on a metal surface anywhere near…

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The Importance of Engine Cooling & Radiator Service Maintenance

The cooling system that protects all the moving parts inside your car's engine is made up of many different parts. These are a few of the things the technician will check when maintaining the cooling system.

The radiator will get visually inspected for any damage to the exterior. The radiator cap will be checked to ensure it is the right pressure for your cooling system. The fluids will be flush, and the radiator will be filled with premium engine coolant. The water pump will be visually inspected for leaks. The belt will be checked for signs of wear and…

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