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CADILLAC Takes a Step into the Future

CADILLAC has introduced Super Cruise to the world; with this system, highway driving can be done entirely hands-free and autonomously. The system does not accommodate city driving, and contains safety features to make sure the driver is still paying attention while the car is in control. Super Cruise puts CADILLAC in the front of the race towards entirely autonomous vehicles.

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Tire Rotation Basics

A tire rotation is an often recommended maintenance item that is easily skipped or overlooked. Perhaps that's because many people don't know what a tire rotation is. Let's try to clear that up.
A tire rotation is when the wheels on your car are moved from one position to another. While that could mean moving them randomly, there's a method to the madness.
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Driving Safe is Driving Smart

It is ideal that everyone strives to be a safe driver, but not everyone does. Although you can't control how other people drive, you can make sure that you drive safe and smart. Driving safe begins before you get behind the wheel. You should make it a habit to always do a pre-check before you go anywhere. Check to see if your vehicle has any leaks, check your tires, and top up your fluids.
 
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Should I Fret over My Check Engine Light?

There is no reason to panic if your check engine light comes on. It could be a simple problem like a loose, cracked, or faulty gas cap. Evaporating fuel can cause a check engine light to appear. A failing catalytic converter, damaged vacuum hose, faulty ignition coil/s, and aging spark plugs can also prompt check engine warning lights.

The problem could also originate from the vehicle’s O2 sensors. These sensors measure the amount of oxygen not burned in the vehicle's exhaust system. Damaged mass airflow sensors may also result in a check engine light appearing.

 

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My Vehicle is Leaking - What Color is Brake Fluid?

You might have noticed some liquid on your garage floor. Is this brake fluid? What color is brake fluid? You never want to press your brakes and have them go all the way to the floor, without stopping your vehicle. This is definitely considered the “worst-case scenario” when it comes to your brakes.

Typically, brake fluid is going to be clear. Thus, it might be a bit difficult to identify on your driveway. If your brake fluid is dark black, like motor oil, it is time to have it replaced. Bring your vehicle to us for a brake fluid flush…

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