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Get Your Kia Prepared for Spring

Kia Ready For Spring

Salt, sleet, sand, and ice do a number on your car. And in winter, you get them all at once! Imagine driving through a pothole-covered street, letting your car sit for days on the beach, and then letting water freeze on its exterior. This is essentially what your Kia endures over the winter. Understandably, you'll want to get it in top shape for the spring! You might be able to check the tire treads and remove surface-level scratches on your own. But for more extensive service, we are here to help. At a minimum, springtime maintenance should include the…

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How To Operate Kia Rear Cross Traffic Alert?

Kia Rear Cross Traffic Alert

Backing your vehicle up can be a challenge regardless of what size vehicle you have. There is bound to be blind spots in even the best designed vehicle. If you are trying to navigate a tight driveway or road, your Kia vehicle’s rear cross-traffic alert system can help you out. While your sensors aren’t designed to pick up on moving obstacles that are directly behind you, your sensors that are part of rear cross traffic alert will work with the rear view camera to provide you with a full picture all around your vehicle.

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Gas-Saving Tips for the Back-to-School Season

Summer vacation has come and gone once again. Whether you are a student, a parent or both, the start of the new school year means more driving and, consequently, more traffic. Read our helpful tips and learn how to increase your vehicle’s fuel efficiency to get the most from your trips.

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Time for a New Battery? These Warning Signs Will Let You Know

Your car’s battery is obviously a very important part of your vehicle’s overall health, ensuring that you’re not left stranded at the mall on a hot summer day. To help avoid such situations, we’ve put together a few warning signs that drivers should look for if your car’s battery is about to give out. Keep these tips on hand so that you always know when to bring your car in for battery service or replacement.

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Three Car Repairs You Should Never Try at Home

It might be tempting to try and do a large maintenance or repair job on your new or used Kia, relying on those “Fix Problem X Yourself for Only $50” articles you see floating around the internet. And while some smaller jobs can be done at home, experts almost always agree that doing any large automotive repair in your driveway can turn that $50 into $500 very quickly. To that end, we’ve put together a list of some of the repair jobs you should never attempt on your own.

 
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