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7 Signs Of Worn Shocks And Struts On Your Car

This post was originally published on www.geico.com Driving with worn shocks or struts can result in more than just a bad ride—there are safety implications to consider. “Most drivers don’t realize that driving with bad shocks or struts can actually increase your stopping distances, especially on wet or slippery roads,” says Jill Trotta, Senior Director …

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Should You Upgrade Your Car’s Headlights?

This post was originally published on www.geico.com Driving at night can be more than challenging—it’s also one of the most dangerous times to be behind the wheel. Nearly half of all vehicle passenger fatalities in the United States occur at night, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA); nighttime fatality rates for pedestrians …

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Should You Upgrade Your Car’s Headlights?

How to Check Tire Pressure

This post was originally published on www.geico.com Every vehicle comes with a manufacturer-recommended tire pressure range. Tire or air pressure is measured in PSI (pounds per square inch). It is a common misconception that the PSI on the side of the tire is the recommended level. This is incorrect. The PSI on the tire is …

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Surprising Things That Can Damage Your Car’s Paint

This post was originally published on www.geico.com Your car’s sparkling finish made it through the salt, sand and harsh temperatures of winter. But your car’s paint faces year-round hazards. According to Autoblog, a car with faded paint and a dingy look sells for 10-20 percent less than an otherwise identical vehicle that just looks nicer. …

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