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The Best Way to Drive in the Rain

Driving in the rain can be a very intimidating experience for beginning drivers and real pain for experienced drivers. The idea of going slower, staying more cautious, and paying closer attention to your surroundings can put insurmountable stress on your brain eventually producing anxiety.

One way of overcoming these hazardous weather conditions is by avoiding using cruise control. Some people have a habit of pressing that automatic button when they need to hurry up and do something, which is a huge mistake because this can, in fact, increases their chances of losing control of the...

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How High and Low Temperatures Affect Your Car Battery

The battery dying in your car can turn even the best day into a slugfest. Much of the time the fault lies with the driver or passengers of a vehicle. For example, you leave the lights on, and the car battery dies. There are situations where you are not at fault, however. These situations generally come in the form of high and low temperatures affecting the battery.

Subjecting your vehicle to excessively high or low temperatures will undoubtedly have an effect on the performance your battery gets. In fact, in some situations your battery will not function at all- generally…

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What is the Importance of a Dash Cam?

At our dealership, we want the very best for our customers and care about the safety of their vehicles. Installing a dashboard camera is just one way to improve your driving experience.

In the event of a fender bender, it's helpful to have a factual account of what happened. Dash cams are an ideal way to record events that otherwise might have conflicting accounts. Some insurance companies even offer a slight discount for customers who have a dash cam in their vehicle. Avoiding fraudulent claims by another motorist, having a factual account of what transpired to present in court…

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What does a bumper-to-bumper warranty cover?

Warranties are strange beasts. Each manufacturer has its own warranty on their vehicles that last for a specified amount of time. There are factory warranties that cover everything for three-years, five-years, and even ten years. However, no matter the length of the warranty, you need to read the fine print to discover the warranty limitations.

A bumper-to-bumper warranty is the most extensive of all warranties issued by factories, or that you can purchase after the factory warranty expires. 

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Front Wheel Drive vs. Rear-Wheel Drive: What's the Difference?

At Giles Automotive, we believe that it's important to be as informed as possible when it comes time to purchase a new car. When it comes to front wheel drive and rear wheel drive, what is best for you depends on some different factors, mostly the road and weather conditions where you normally drive, and your preferred method of driving.

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Brake Fluid - Knowing What Your Car Needs

Brake fluid, which many refer to as hydraulic fluid, is a non-compressive liquid substance that helps your car slow down and stop when needed. While brake fluid doesn’t need to be changed real often, it should be exchanged at regular intervals. At Giles Automotive, the technicians in our service center are trained to know what type of brake fluid your car needs and when it needs it.

Gone are the days when you only had one or two types of brake fluid from which to choose. Today brake fluid, which is either glycol-based or silicone-based, is designed for certain…

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Visit Giles Automotive to Find All Your Replacement Parts!

When the time comes to repair your vehicle, you need to know that your parts are reliable. Here at Giles Automotive, our team of highly trained service technicians is here to help you select the best original equipment manufacturer parts for your vehicle. Stop by to browse our selection of genuine shock absorbers, brake pads, and windshield wipers. You can rest assured that each part is specifically tailored to your make and model.

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