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Changing Lanes for Stopped Emergency Vehicles is More Than Just Vermonter Politeness

If you have ever driven out of state, one thing that becomes immediately clear upon hitting Vermont highways (apart from the lack of billboards) is how everybody makes an effort to change lanes when they see an emergency vehicle stopped on the shoulder. Those who are unable to vacate the lane usually at least slow down.

This isn't just Vermonters being overly-polite, it's a state law that saves lives.

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Pre-Owned Cars in Burlington, Vermont

New to Burlington? Starting a new job or just beginning your studies at the University of Vermont? Well you're going to need an affordable, reliable used car to enjoy all of the state's hidden joys. That's why we encourage first-time buyers, students and new Burlingtonians to stop by the region's number one resource for pre-owned vehicles: Earthycars.

 

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Tips for Maintaining Your Tires

It is inevitable that your tires will need to be replaced one day. Tires are an expensive necessity so you should want to get the most out of your investment. There a few ways you can make your tires last and in the process improve gas mileage.

These tips include:

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Why You Need a Dash Cam

It's inevitable that one of these days an unexpected incident will occur while driving and it can be hard to recall exactly what happened, especially in high stress situations. That's why having a reliable dash cam is helpful. It can record exactly what happened and save you a lot of trouble down the road. Your dash cam will be the eye witness you need when an accident take place.

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What Does My Check Engine Light Mean?

Driving your vehicle with the check engine light on could turn out to be a costly mistake. Many people tend to ignore the warning, but it's in your best interest to get it looked at as soon as possible. It could be an easy, inexpensive fix, or it could be more something more serious. Let's go over a reasons why your check engine light is on.

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Get Your Car Ready For Spring!

With the official spring less than a week away, it's time to make sure your car is prepared for the warmer weather and wet roads ahead.

  • Give your car a good wash: Salt can build-up on your car during winter. This can cause rust and other problems, so be sure to you give your car a good wash once winter is over.
  • Don't forget about the inside of your car: Spring is a great time to spend a day outdoors cleaning out the inside of your car. Vacuum, throw away any trash that has accumulated during the winter…
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Cracks in Your Windshield Can Grow

A cracked windshield happens for all kinds of reasons, debris falling off vehicles, storm damage, rocks from roads, accidents, and more. A cracked windshield is not just an inconvenience that can disrupt your schedule. A cracked windshield poses a safety risk and can cause your vehicle further damage if left unrepaired. A cracked windshield needs to get addressed by a knowledgeable technician who can help repair your vehicle...

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Tire Service Repair

When you are driving down the road each day your tires are what helps move your vehicle and grip the road in all kinds of weather conditions. Whether you have low air pressure in your tire or the treads are starting to become pretty worn down, proper tire service repair is ideal for making sure that not only does your vehicle run well but also that you and your loved ones are going to remain safe while driving...

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