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A Car With Attitude - The Volvo S60 Dynamic

The Volvo S60 Dynamic is a popular compact luxury sedan that combines a sporty look with plenty of energy. This sedan exudes self-confidence with its luxury features, including leather seats and 18-inch alloy wheels, all while remaining affordable.

This compact luxury sedan gives you all the control you need around treacherous roads and turns with its corner traction control and the proper amount of brake force. This Volvo offers best-in-class fuel consumption at 31 MPG on the highway while still giving you all the power you need with its fuel-injected 240 horsepower engine. 

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Technology And Sophistication: Volvo XC40 Momentum Delivers

The Volvo XC40 Momentum Trim comes with the latest digital technologies. The standard Sensus nine-inch touchscreen display lets you control your vehicle's drive modes, access music, navigation and more with the swipe of your hands.

A 12.3-inch digital driver display is also state of the art. It puts all the vehicle, road and driving information you need right in front of you so that you can concentrate on driving your new Volvo. Select a color of ergonomically designed leather seating that suits your tastes in the Volvo XC40 Momentum Trim. 

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Easy Way to Jump-Start Any Vehicle with Cables

You may find your car, or another motorist's car, will not start after leaving the store or an event. You can get the non-operative car running again with a quick jump-start. Bring the car that is running as close to the nose of the other vehicle so the two batteries are as close as possible, allowing the jumper cables to reach easily. Turn the car engine off and be sure the car lights are not on.

Open the hoods and grab your jumper cables. The jumper cables have two red and black clamps. Place the red clamp on the…

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Why is My Engine Overheating?

An engine overheating is always one of those issues that you don’t think will happen to you. However, despite how advanced your engine is, it is capable of overheating. Understanding why it’s happening will let you get the necessary repair.

The most common reason for your engine not cooling is because there's a problem with the radiator. This may be something as simple as a leak in the hose or something more complex. Other problems could be due to the water pump, the head gasket, or even the temperature housing.  

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If You Ever Take a Trip Up North to Ski, This Feature Will Help!

Many of our drivers throughout Savannah, GA love taking trips up north to carve up the mountain with their skis. It can be helpful to have features that complement your needs on the road (and your hobbies).

With some aluminum ski holders, which you can get for your Volvo vehicle, you can bring your skis with you securely the next time you decide to travel north to visit the mountain.

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Make Sure Your Vehicle is Ready to Tow This Spring

Whether you are towing for work or for pleasure, it is important to always take extra care to ensure that you do it safely. An accident while towing can be a very negative experience, and whether it is due to negligence or equipment failure, it is never something that you will want to have to deal with. That is why it important to make sure that your vehicle and trailer are in good enough shape to tow by getting proper car repair and maintenance, and that you know what you are doing.

For starters, you will want to make sure…

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Safety on the Roadway: How to Reduce Your Chance of Hydroplaning

Few things can compare to being in an out-of-control vehicle, which can be very scary. The car is almost floating on the road surface like a leaf on a windy day. This can most certainly cause an accident or damage to the vehicle or much worse. Learn and understand the causes of hydroplaning and simple strategies to prevent this from happening to you and your loved ones. Hydroplaning is when the tires lose traction on the road surface.

Hydroplaning can be caused by environmental conditions such as rain, ice or fluids from vehicles. 

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DIY Headlight Cleaning Methods

Cleaning your vehicle’s headlights is one facet of maintenance that’s frequently overlooked. In fact, it may just be a gradual awareness that the they’re not as bright as they once were. Keeping on a routine cleaning schedule will eliminate the buildup, and you will appreciate the difference. There are a couple of methods you can try yourself.

One of the easiest is using toothpaste, warm water, and a clean cloth. Simply put a little toothpaste on the damp cloth and scrub the lenses. I may take a couple of tries if they are particularly dirty. Follow cleaning…

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Stop Hydroplaning in its Tracks

Hydroplaning occurs when a vehicle's tires come into contact with more water than they can disperse and the car begins to slide or skid across the wet surface. This can be a scary experience, but understanding what to do when your vehicle begins to hydroplane can help the driver feel more in control.

Hydroplaning most commonly occurs when the rainfall has just begun, so it is important to reduce speed, especially in heavy rain combined with windy conditions. 

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Why Does the Four-Wheel Drive Keep Popping out of Gear?

The transfer case on your four-wheel-drive (4WD) vehicle is located behind the transmission. Depending on how your system’s configured, it uses either a chain or set of gears to change your vehicle from two-wheel to four-wheel drive. This occurs through the driveshafts for the front and rear axles. The objective is to slow the rotational speed so that the wheels turn at the same time, creating greater force.

When you notice a situation, such as the 4WD lever popping out of gear, it could be the result of the transfer case losing oil. The seals can wear out with…

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