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Tips for Starting Your Vehicle in Cold Weather Winter is here, and with it comes the cold weather that most drivers do not like to drive in. Driving in the winter has many challenges and some dang...

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Tips to Survive a Winter Breakdown in Your Car As the cold weather begins to barrel down on us, we are reminded of how dangerous it can be to drive during the winter months. With freezing temperat...

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Mopar Automotive Service The vehicle you drive has many moving parts that keep it running and performing the way it was designed to, but sometimes these parts can break or wear down. When this hap...

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Winter Car Emergency Safety Kit With winter fast approaching, the best thing you can do is to prepare for its arrival by ensuring that you’re ready for the dangers that can come with it. Emergen...

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Winter Driving Tips Cold weather driving has many dangers, and if you’re not prepared you could find yourself in a situation you don’t want to be in. As the temperature drops, driving can beco...

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Winter Tire Benefits With winter right around the corner, now is the time to put the right tires on your vehicle to help prepare you for the cold weather ahead. If you haven’t heard of winter ti...

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With winter right around the corner, now is the perfect time to start preparing your vehicle for the cold weather ahead. While most drivers in Canada know how to drive in the snow and on slippery ...

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Can You Use Aftermarket Parts for Auto Repairs? Southside Dodge sells some of the most reliable vehicle platforms available in the global automotive industry. However, problems and breakdowns occa...

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Best Tips for a Successful Test Drive No two Southside Dodge customers are the same. However, how much they enjoy going for a test drive is something that ties them all together. After hours of re...

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What Should I Put in a Vehicle Winter Emergency Kit? We can’t always prevent emergencies from happening but we can prepare ourselves for the possibility something might go wrong. Winter driving ...

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