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What is a Low-Mileage Oil Change?

Changing your oil represents one of the most basic care steps a vehicle owner takes. Do not make the mistake of bringing your car in for an oil change “whenever.” Timely changes are vital because you do not want to keep dirty oil in the engine for long. Once you’ve driven the 5,000 to 7,500 recommending miles, the engine needs new motor oil. 

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What is the Value of an Alignment?

Something may feel off when you drive, but how can you tell for sure that the wheel alignment is troubled? A mechanic runs a check through an industrial machine, and all the answers reveal themselves. Yes, signs such as the car pulling right or left give you an idea something's wrong, but only a professional inspection reveals the full story.

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Benefits of a Properly Aligned Vehicle

If you've noticed that the vehicle that you drive around Dayton is starting to shake or vibrate at higher speeds, you might be dealing with an alignment issue. The alignment of tires is measured by their camber, caster, and toe. These angles measure whether the wheels are properly aligned with each other and with the axles of the vehicle. Having one or more tires out of alignment can cause uneven tire and bearing wear. If left unaddressed, poor alignment can lead to a variety of expensive issues.

Volvo Cars of Dayton encourages people to get regular alignment checks for…
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Enhance a Scratched Vehicle by Using Touch-Up Paint

A coat of touch-up paint can restore your car's curb appeal after its surfaces are accidentally scratched. The only way to ensure professional results is by selecting a touch-up coat that precisely matches the automobile.

All manufacturers apply professional-grade paint on their cars, and they track the shades by using factory color codes. If you get the code for your automobile, you'll have no problems applying a matching coat of paint on a flawed area. A factory code may be available in the car owner's manual or on the dash in a cabin.  

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