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Preparing for the Worst-Case Scenario

While most drivers don't even want to think about the possibility of getting into an automobile accident, it's important that you're prepared for the worst-case scenario. We want you to be safe and protected on the road, so here are a few things that will assist you during the aftermath of an accident.

You should always have a camera, notebook, pen, and reflective signs in your vehicle. A disposable camera can prove to be very useful in documenting the crash. You can use it to take pictures of the scene for later use. 

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Preparing for a Roadside Emergency

If you're planning to drive in the cold weather or you simply want to take a road trip, make sure you prepare for emergencies before they occur. It's important to understand that with proper planning, most stress surrounding roadside emergencies can be drastically reduced. Here's what you need to know.

Make sure you stock your vehicle with emergency essentials, including blankets, hats, and gloves. If you break down when the weather is poor, you'll be protected. You should also have emergency roadside assistance numbers, along with a first aid kit, flares, and non-perishable foods. 

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Preparing Food and Drinks At a Tailgating Event

One good thing about tailgating is that you are not limited in the type of food you can present to your group. As a matter of fact, you can be very creative in bringing forth the type of food you want people to enjoy. They can be both tasty and healthy.

One example of a type of food and drink that you can create is a breakfast burrito. This can be done using a grill and a skillet. When it comes to drinks, you can prepare special mixes you might have planned for the event. 

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Should You Select Summer or All-Season Tires?

You have two different types of tires to select from when you are looking for replacements for your car. These are summer tires and all-season tires. You may wonder which of these types of tires will best serve your needs.

Summer tires are ideal for dry and wet road conditions. All-season tires do not perform as well in dry and rainy conditions. All-season tires are ideally suited for snow and ice. In fact, summer tires do not perform well in snow and icy conditions. 

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Reasons Why You Should Detail Your Vehicle With a Clay Bar

Most automobile owners wash, wax, and polish their vehicles on a regular basis to keep them in good condition. However, using a clay bar a few times every year can also keep your vehicle in optimal shape. Read further to learn why you should use a clay bar when detailing your vehicle.

Washing your vehicle isn't going to remove certain contaminants and particles completely from the exterior finish, which is why you may notice a filmy grime that coats your vehicle. A clay bar binds to these particles, such as brake dust, fallout, and insect residue, and leaves the…

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Why a Car Cover is a Good Investment

Our cars are an important part of our lives. They provide independence and take us where we want to go. Since they improve our lives, a small investment to protect them seems to make sense.

Available in many different colors and types, car covers are an easy, inexpensive way to protect both the exterior and interior of your car from damage, the elements, and the external pollutants it's exposed to daily. 

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Keep Distractions Away When You are Driving

Here at Precision Acura of Princeton, we want the best for you, and that means that we want you to stay safe. We hope that you will follow the following advice to avoid distractions when you are driving.

Before you set off on a trip of any kind, make adjustments to your seat and mirrors so that you will not be distracted by those things when you are driving. Get everything set up just right before you put your vehicle in motion. 

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