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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

Family Riding in Car

The technology used today has made vehicle systems quite sophisticated to comprehend. Although this is the case, it is essential to have a basic understanding of some of the important components of a vehicle and care for them accordingly. Doing this will not only improve the safety and performance of your car but also help you to save on costly repairs. Here are some of the best ways to keep your vehicle in the best condition.

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How Does Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Work?

Automakers have gone to great lengths to create the latest technology in today's models. Some of these features contribute to the overall safety of a vehicle, while others are more about functionality or comfort. Acura is including Collision Mitigation Braking into many of their vehicles. This feature can prevent accidents, and also alter the severity of an accident if one is unavoidable. It comes with a majority of Acura vehicles that are coming off the assembly line right now.

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Beat The Cold Weather With A Winterizing Plan

Acura RDX Snow Winter Preparation

Your car functions differently in winter than it does during the warmer spring and summer months. Your radiator will especially experience a straight during winter, so it's important to have a good mechanic check important things like fluid levels to ensure that your vehicle is ready to brave the winter. In some places, winter can be a beautiful time thanks to soft, velvety snow, but for your vehicle, it can be a strain to endure this and other winter weather elements.

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What Do The Acura Service & Maintenance Codes Mean?

Acura Maintenance

If you have an Acura, the Maintenance Minder ensures that you'll never miss factory-recommended maintenance or service on your vehicle. This system calculates service intervals for your specific car or SUV depending on its mileage, which helps keep your Acura in optimal condition. Here are the service and maintenance codes you need to know.

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