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What Should Go in Your Roadside Emergency Kit?

 

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Have you ever had your car break down on the side of the road? It's largely inconvenient, but it's also potentially unsafe.

That's why we think it's wise to keep a roadside emergency kit in your car. It can help you weather the ordeal by helping you make quick fixes or safely wait for help to arrive and get you out of a sticky situation.

These are a few key components:

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What is it Like to Drive the Kia Soul ! Turbo?

The Kia Soul !, which Jalopnik refers to as the Kia Soul Turbo (probably to make punctuating sentences around it easier), is the performance-based trim level of the affordable subcompact crossover. Due to its small size, and its striking red accent colors, it's easy to want to compare the Soul ! to a hot hatchback.

That's just what Jalopnik's Andrew Collins did.

His favorite feature is the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which he compared to hardware you might find on a Porsche. "Practically speaking, the benefit is faster shifting. The shifts are really quick, man."

 

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The 2017 Kia Optima is Named Consumer Reports' Best Midsize Sedan of the Year

Kia just keeps adding awards to its resume with many models and the brand as a whole being recognized for exceptional quality and performance. The 2017 Kia Optima edged out every other midsize four-door on the market – including the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry - to claim the title as Consumer Reports' Best Midsize Sedan of the Year.  
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The Luxurious 2017 Kia Cadenza Offers Style and Delivers Value

The roads of Alexandria, VA won't be the same now that the new 2017 Kia Cadenza is available; this luxurious sedan offers all of the amenities you've come to expect from a luxury four-door but with a price that won't leave you with sticker shock. The new Cadenza is impressive throughout, but the cabin is a highlight. You'll be surrounded by sumptuous luxury…
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Don't Let a Small Crack Hinder Windshield Repair Options

Windshield repair should not get taken lightly, nor for granted. Many people get cracks and breaks on their vehicle's glass, and they keep going. Many cars on the road right now are in dire need of a fix, and yet their owners are not putting them through the process. It's important to make sure that you seek out help here because, without assistance, a small crack can shatter when you're driving...

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Are All Your Bases Covered?

You should never feel helpless in an emergency situation. You should always be prepared-especially for a roadside emergency and have a roadside emergency kit in your car that will give you the tools you need in the situation that your car dies on you by the side of the road.
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Buying vs. Leasing: Which Is Best for Me?

Are you getting ready for a new car?

Buying a new car is a huge commitment, and with that comes the question: should I buy or go with leasing my next vehicle? There are obviously pros and cons to both, but here are some reasons why you might consider buying or leasing your next vehicle:

Reasons to Lease

Lease payments are typically lower than loan payments.

Low, or no, down payment.

Lower repair costs because of the vehicle's warranty.

You pay fewer sales tax...

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Rotate Those Tires Today

Where ever you drive, whenever you drive, your tires are going to receive wear and tear on them. Even a smooth surface will wear your tires. In order to ensure even wear on your tires, they should get rotated on a regular schedule. This should usually get done when you have your oil changed, or when your brakes get inspected. This should occur about every six thousand miles, and more often if driving conditions demand it. As your tires wear, one will wear a little differently than another. Soon, the wear is uneven. That is why we rotate tires...

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