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For Work or Play, The Chevy Tahoe Goes Hard All Day

Looking for a fun family vehicle with some serious muscle? Look no further than a pre-owned Chevy Tahoe. This full-size sport utility vehicle seats up to nine adults comfortably and has power adjustable second and third row seating that allows you to accommodate up to 97.1 cubic feet of cargo. But the Tahoe really delivers when it comes to payload.

You can haul with confidence in the Tahoe, even during Wharton summer storms. The powerful 5.3 Liter V8 engine can easily handle a hitch, and with the optional max trailering package,...

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Pre-Owned RAM ProMaster Is A Good Value

When you purchase a vehicle for your business, it is an important investment and can have an impact on making your business grow. The RAM ProMaster is a good value for businesses because it has a long lifespan, is powerful and capable, and has an interior that can be designed to suit your specific business needs. There are many reasons to check out the ProMaster if you are in the market for a pre-owned business vehicle.

The ProMaster Series offers a number of cab configurations, and cargo space configurations. However, it takes it even further and offers a number of…
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Beating Winter Woes by Learning to Drive Warmer in Cold Weather

Get the most out of your driving dollar on even the coldest - MPG stealing days. We want you to know how to cure the cold, or at least increase your efficiency despite the winter's cool regard for your car and its engine.

Although you cannot turn the cold off, there are solid measures you can take to save gas. Combining trips ensure that your engine will be operating at a more optimal temperature for longer periods of time. Short single trips are bad for fuel efficiency, but also doesn't give the fluids in other areas like the transmission…
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Summer Tires or All-Season Tires?

When is it a good idea to purchase summer tires vs. all-season tires? Is one type better, more durable or more useful than the other? Luckily, both types of tires have their fair share of benefits. Here's a brief rundown on how to choose between them.

Summer or All-Season? What's the Difference?

Both summer and all-season tires are tough enough to get you through multiple seasons. Neither type of tire is best suited for heavy snowfall....

 

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Chevrolet Impala Technology Features

Want to get into a vehicle that will make you feel like you are driving in the future? The Chevrolet Impala feels like that every time you drive it, thanks to the latest features added to the standard 2019 edition. With the newest lineup, Chevrolet wanted to make sure that there were a ton of new options that drivers had been asking for in terms of technology. This means that they would include Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi hotspot, push-button start, and proximity key entry to the standard edition.

There are also a lot of ways to upgrade the…
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Get To Your Destination Safely With a Used Chevy Equinox

Your safety is of the utmost importance to Route 15 Used Car Center. That's why we're introducing the Chevy Equinox. The Equinox is a compact SUV that has the technology to keep you safe on the road.

New camera technologies have changed the game when it comes to driving safety. Tailgating is a leading cause of accidents, and we've all done it. The Adaptive Cruise Control Camera in the Chevy Equinox makes sure you never tailgate again. You can even select the distance you'd like to keep between you and other vehicles.

 

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Basics of Truck Cab Styles

Pickup truck cab styles come, go and change, but their basic configuration stays the same. We here at Route 15 Used Car Center are major fans of pickups, and we love nothing more than demystifying confusion surrounding truck cab styles. Here's a basic cheat sheet of truck cab styles listed from largest to smallest.

Mega, CrewMax, Crew, Double

Mega and CrewMax are different names given to the same design by different manufacturers. This cab style consists of four front-hinged doors of equal size. Rear seats have storage space behind them, and the truck bed is on the short side…
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Knowing How and When to Use Four-Wheel Drive

Unless you happen to have automatic four-wheel drive, you will need to know when to use your vehicle's four-high and four-low settings. Here's a quick guide that should be helpful.

Four-High (4H)

The four-high setting is reserved for roads that are slick with ice or rain but are otherwise level and smooth. It will give you enough traction to drive at close to normal highway speeds.

Four-Low (4L)

The four-low setting is meant for rough terrain such as deep snow, sand, mud, steep inclines, and terrain that you might find while driving off-road...

 

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3 of the Best Cars for Uber and Lyft Drivers

If you're going to drive people around all the time, you should have the right car for the job. Making sure you have a reliable vehicle that gives riders plenty of space is crucial. Here are three of the best cars for Uber and Lyft drivers.

1. Honda Accord
This sedan sized car has it all. It gets good gas mileage, has a sporty feel, and offers loads of space for your passengers.

2. Toyota Camry
This car is upscale and affordable. It offers tons of safety features and is incredibly easy to drive.

3. Ford Fusion Hybrid
This…
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Find Out How to Create a Winter Survival Kit

Anything can happen on the road in during the winter months. At Dover Dodge's Pre-Owned Supercenter, our goal is to help you with preparations. Whether you're broken down or trapped in a snowstorm for hours, a winter survival kit can keep you safe. There are quite a few things to include.

First, consider your comfort. If you're trapped for hours while waiting for help to come, you're going to get cold. Have blankets, gloves, and hats inside the vehicle. You might want to consider sleeping bags, too. It's also a good idea to stock water…
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