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Get Ready for Winter with Salt, Sand, or Kitty Litter

No one wants to get stuck in the snow or on the ice in the middle of winter, but if there is a chance that it could happen, you want to make sure that you are prepared. You can get prepared by simply having some useful items in your vehicle. You should always have an emergency kit in your car all year round, but in the winter, you should also have a bag of sand, salt, or cat litter as well.

If you get stuck, all you need to do is spread your sand, litter, or salt under and around…
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Keeping the Tradition: How to Safely Transport Your Traditional Dishes this Holiday Season

Visiting loved ones and cooking tasty dishes are traditions held by many during the holiday season. Unfortunately, this tradition of sharing holiday foods sometimes results in the tradition of cleaning up the mess it leaves behind in the backseat. When traveling with food, it is important to prepare your dishes for the ride. Here are some helpful tips from us at Earthycars to ensure that your holiday dishes, and your car upholstery, survive the journey.
  • If you have a pie that needs transporting, place an empty pie pan on top of it and wrap it tightly in foil to keep…
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Why You Should Remember to Rotate Your Vehicle's Tires

Every year so many vehicle owners spend vast sums of money needlessly by forgetting to take care of one quick and simple vehicle maintenance step and that is rotating your tires. If you forget to rotate your tires they will wear unevenly which can bring about a whole host of problems.

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What's That Smell?

There are many smells you encounter while driving. Some are just normal smells and then there are other, more distinct smells. These smells may be alerting you to a possible problem with your car. You can tell a lot about what's going on with your car by finding out where the smell is coming from. Here are some smells you should be on the look out for:

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The Best Way to Clean Leather Seats

Leather seats add a touch of class to your car, so they are a little bit pricier than upholstered seats. Therefore, you want to take care of them so that they last a long time and look their best. Here are some tips for cleaning and conditioning your leather seats:

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Simple Ways to Dog Proof Your Car

Many of us love riding with our doggy friends in the car with us, and they seem to love it too. But, dogs can leave an awful mess behind if you're not careful. They track in mud and water, they shed, and some of them even get motion sickness. These things can be a hassle to clean up but, if you doggy proof your car you can greatly reduce clean up time. Tips for dog proofing your car include:

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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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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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