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A Glimpse of the 2018 Ram 1500 Interior Features

Are you currently searching for a remarkable light-duty pickup truck? If you are, we recommend the 2018 Ram 1500. The Ram offers a wide range of features that make it one of the best light-duty trucks on the market. To learn more about the new model’s interior features, we invite you to read further.

The new model allows you to easily store your tools and other belongings in the in-floor storage compartment. 

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What Wi-Fi capability is in Chrysler 300?

Keeping connected to Wi-Fi is a chore when traveling. The drive enters blank spots with no coverage and then locations where multiple Wi-Fi opportunities exist. Recognizing that communication is an important aspect of any family’s life, Chrysler engineers added a Wi-Fi package to every Chrysler 300.

Every Chrysler 300 has a Wi-Fi built into its system that keeps constant communication possible. With an existing Wi-Fi service in your car, you can access music, video, satellite transmissions, and smartphone carriers. Sirius Radio comes in without a hitch and passengers can stream...

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Take the 2018 Jeep Renegade on an Urban Adventure

If you're in the market for adventure, the 2018 Jeep Renegade may be the right vehicle for you. This edition of the Renegade puts a spin on the traditional Jeep style to add a great look to even better performance and technology.

The exterior of the Jeep Renegade exudes the confidence of a bold and rugged vehicle that can handle whatever adventure you choose. You can opt for fog lamps to give you better visibility in inclement weather, deep-tinted glass to keep the sun out of your eyes, or go for a high-contrast look with a wraparound black roof…

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The Jeep Selec-Terrain Traction Management System

The power generated by the large engines in Jeep Grand Cherokee trims evoke a question. What about traction? Jeep produced a new concept in traction management with their proprietary Selec-Terrain Traction Management System.

Jeep’s system of traction management allows the driver to select between five modes of power distribution: Auto, Sport, Snow, Sand/Mud, Rock. 

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The Tech Boosted Dodge Journey

The Dodge Journey is a midsized SUV that has many great features for its owners and passengers. These great features, including the technology inside the cabin, make the Journey a popular choice for drivers in the category.

The technology in the Dodge Journey lineup starts with Dodge’s UConnect system that features an 8.4-inch touchscreen display with CD/DVD players, SD card slot for music, voice command, hands-free calling through Bluetooth connectivity and an available Garmin navigation system with satellite traffic updates.

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Hydroplaning - The Hidden Danger

If you have ever been driving down a wet road in a hurry and had the sensation of sliding forward, even if you did not lose control, you were hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is when your tires are floating on a thin surface of water, and they have lost their connection to the road. It has the same effect as driving on what is called "black ice," you lose control. The two main causes of hydroplaning are speed and tires. 

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How to Avoid Potential Trouble During a Roadside Emergency

Roadside emergencies could happen in any weather and at any time of the day, the best thing is to be prepared in the event your vehicle is ever involved.

Always call for the police first, then stay in the locked vehicle until help arrives. If a stranger offers assistance, speak to them through the window of your locked car.

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Can You Drive on a Donut Like a Full-Size Spare Tire?

After you've had a spare tire, on many occasions, you may have gotten back on the road through the use of a compact temporary spare tire or "donut." These donut tires are often stored in the trunk of your vehicle and are designed for easy storage and quick installation, even on the side of the road.

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Is Salt the Only Thing That Helps Your Car Get Unstuck?

Driving in the winter is much more dangerous than driving in the other seasons. Snow and ice can make the roads more slippery. Thankfully there is salt, which is used on roads and sidewalks to make sure that the water doesn't freeze. Salt is even placed under your tires when you get stuck to help you get free. 

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