Have kitty litter, sand, or salt in your vehicle in an emergency

We at Bayird Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Kennett think that it is important for drivers to be ready for the bad weather that winter often brings. Snow and ice can be treacherous to drive on, and there are some things that you can have available to you in your trunk to help you out in an emergency.

Salt can be spread on an icy or snow-covered area to melt the snow. This can help drivers who have icy build up in their driveways or parking spots. It will allow the tire to gain traction on the road instead of…
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There Are Differences in Four-Wheel-Drive and All-Wheel Drive

Many people will confuse the terms 4-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive. It is easy to feel that both terms are describing the same thing, but that is not quite true. While the ultimate goal is to provide power to all four wheels of a vehicle, the two terms describe different uses for each.

Four-wheel-drive has been available for quite a while, so most folks have heard of it. It is mainly used for pickup trucks and oversized off-road SUVs that operate in an off-road manner. It uses a split differential and a lower gear ration to achieve its result.
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Don't Waste Loads Of Money On A Vehicle - Read This First

There are literally millions of vehicles on the road at any point in time in the United States of America. People use them to get to work, school, the grocery store, and everywhere else in between. Without cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs - and anything else that's motorized, street legal, and features wheels - it would be difficult to live as an independent person.

Unless, of course, you live in a large city where taking public transportation is feasible, rather than riding buses around for hours at a time to get to a thirty minutes' drive away.

Anyways - there are plenty…
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Tires' Tread Is A Must

Tread is the molded exterior of a vehicular tire. It almost seems like tires were once flat, then had designs and patterns cut into their surface, although tires are actually molded into shape using pressurized equipment.

However they’re made, tread is integral to peak performance on the road. You should always know when to check your tires’ tread, as it can promptly reach a point that’s too short for driving as you’re supposed to. Anything shorter than 4/32 inches, tread-wise...
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CarGurus Lauds the Incredible 2017 Dodge Challenger

If you haven't yet had a good look at Dodge's superstar sports coupe, the 2017 Challenger, we here at Bayird Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Kennett hate to be a downer, but:

We believe you more than likely are missing out.

There's no need to stress it, however, as CarGurus reviewer Cliff Atiyeh is here to provide you with the need-to-know details. Link up with him in the clip below:

The Challenger's penultimate model, the SRT 392, is without a doubt one of its most astonishing.

Standard equipment on this trim includes a 485-horsepower V8 engine…

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5 Quick Tips for Traveling With Cooked Food Items This Holiday Season

Choosing to travel with a car load of cooked food items is a brave decision. For one, the responsibility is on you to get the food to your family gathering in good condition. Secondly, with all the great smells, it’s very tempting to grab a bite of the delicious food you’re transporting! If safe transportation is your main concern, we can help you with that; we can give you a few tips to keep your food items secure.

Our team here at Bayird Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram wants you to know:

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What to Expect When Your Lease Ends

What will happen when your car lease period ends? Of course, the dealership expects that you return the car in excellent condition. This means that you have to repair any damages, clean the car, and remove all the waste from the car. Here are a few additional options to consider before your car lease ends:

Return the Car and Lease a New One. You might decide that you want to change cars and the dealership will give you a better deal on a new car. 

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Should I Rotate My Tires?

When it comes to car maintenance, it always feels like you can wait. Until, of course, you can't anymore. At some point the wear and tear will warrant a visit to a service center. Rotating your tires especially can save you money over the long run. There's also the safety concern of you and your loved ones to consider as well.

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Car Maintenance in Relation to Fluid Maintenance

As you know, cars are machines that have moving parts. With the running parts, they require so much liquid to enable them to run efficiently without breaking down. The fluids that are needed for the machines to run also need to be replaced regularly. When should you replace your car fluids?

Your brake fluid needs replacement every two years. Sometimes when the brakes are rough, this could be caused by bad brake fluid. Most cars vary with oil maintenance.

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