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The 2018 Range Rover: Designed to Keep Your Head Up

Heads up, everyone. Driving requires that you look and observe the happenings around you. Distractions come up, averting your eyes from the road and the possibility of avoiding an accident. The popular 2018 Range Rover has you covered.

Highways, streets, roads – whatever you travel on you know an object or person may pop-up out of the blue; people cross into traffic or cars pull around you. 

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Light on Weight Not on Performance - Land Rover Discovery Sport

Looking to purchase a new SUV for your summer adventures with the family and want it to include great features, then the Land Rover Discovery Sport may be the SUV for you. The Land Rover Discovery Sport is one of the most popular in its class and below are two reasons why:

  • Aluminum Unibody- the Land Rover Discovery Sport was specifically engineered to be 1000 pounds lighter with an aluminum unibody allowing for greater performance. 
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Safety Conscious- Land Rover Discovery

In the market for a new 7-passenger SUV for your growing family and want it to include great safety features? Look no further than the all-new Land Rover Discovery, voted one of the most popular in its class and below are two reasons why:

  • Child Seat Latch- the Land Rover Discovery comes with as many as five anchor points making it easier to install child safety seats. The latches were specifically engineered to provide for easy car seat installation as well as ensuring the seat is firmly in place.
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Are Getting Summer Tires Better Than the All-Season Tires?

As the warmer weather approaches, the crew at Land Rover El Paso wanted to educate our community as to all the benefits of driving on summer tires instead of the all-season tires. In short, the summer tires will provide your vehicle better handling, increased braking ability, and even the ability to maneuver in corners safely.

The all-season tires have more in the way of grooves compared to summer tires. 

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What is a Differential and How Does It Work?

The car's differential houses gears and fluid that need to work together perfectly for the transmission to be able to get power to the drive shafts. There are a number of things that could go wrong, so spotting trouble early is a far less costly endeavor.

One of the reasons it is so important to have the differential serviced is because it has to work had to allow the steering to work perfectly. 

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Debunking Motor Oil Myths Can Ease Your Mind

Does separating the fact from the fiction always matter? Maybe not always, but when it comes to your motor oil, knowing the truth from the myth can help ease your mind. There are so many myths when it comes to motor oil that it can be difficult to keep straight what's real and what's not. To help you understand, here is one myth and the truth.

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Have You Ever Experienced Hydroplaning?

Safety while driving is something that every driver has to be constantly striving for due to the number of factors and conditions that can negatively affect the roads. One condition that drivers may indeed face at some point is hydroplaning. Understanding how to handle hydroplaning before you actually experience it will help to stay safe while driving.

Hydroplaning occurs when the weight of your car can't displace the water in front of the tires before it builds up. 

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Professional Exhaust System Maintenance Helps a Vehicle Operate Quietly and Effectively

Proper exhaust system maintenance and repair tactics can enhance how a vehicle performs on the road. General exhaust problems are tough to ignore because the issues that cause performance inefficiencies usually affect air distribution components, which is why cars with defective exhaust hardware produce loud sounds throughout an environment. If you're concerned about these problems, you can avoid a variety of exhaust situations by pursuing inspection services on a regular basis.

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Tire Pressure Sensor

When your tire pressure falls below twenty-five percent of the recommended amount in your tires, there are sensors on your tires that will indicate a problem is going on and alert you via your dashboard light. This light lets you know that you need to check the pressure in your tires and determine if additional air is needed. 

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When It's Time for New Tires

Good tires are important for your safety when you're driving down the road in El Paso. Poor tires can lead to blow outs and flat tires that can cause accidents or leave you stranded. It's better to get those old tires changed sooner rather than later.

When you notice that your tire tread is wearing at the edges, this is a signal that it's time to replace them. 

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