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Earn Points and Acquire Badges Using the Badge of Honor Application!

Going on an off-road venture may be something you enjoy doing. If you have a Jeep 4x4 vehicle, you can even gain points and badges if you use the innovative Jeep Badge of Honor application. While using this program, you will also get access to it when you use your compatible mobile device! So, if you are out in a remote area, about to take on the trails, you can still check-in and earn points! The acquired points will enhance your ranking as well as earn you new badges...

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RamBox® Cargo Management System Increases New Ram Heavy Duty Functionality

Many pickup truck drivers turn the new Ram Heavy Duty models because they know that they can rely on it to provide the support they need when it comes to carrying mighty loads! However, this is just one of many desirable traits that come with this vehicle. Upgraded with the class-exclusive RamBox® Cargo Management System, it will provide owners with greater functionality!

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KBB.com Cites Top Traits of 2017 Dodge Charger

If you're hunting for a full-size sport sedan for your next daily driver, we here at Pierce Auto Center think you just may meet your match in ours, the 2017 Dodge Charger.

How can we be so sure?

Here now to provide some context for that claim is Kelley Blue Book Senior Associate Video Editor Zach Vlasuk; join him in the clip below:

Stylish and speedy, the range-topping SRT Hellcat model is wholly unlike any other in the Charger catalog.

Standard equipment on this trim includes a 707-horsepower supercharged V8 engine, xenon headlamps, upgraded brakes, steering and suspension tuning…

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Two Vehicle Maintenance Tips for Maximizing Fuel Economy

When it comes to your car, the importance of regular maintenance can have a big impact on its fuel efficiency. There are many things you can do to help guarantee that it is operating at peak efficiency for years to come.

Making sure your car receives regular tuneups is one of the biggest things you can do to ensure your fuel economy is not compromised. During these tuneups, issues that could severely hamper your fuel economy can be discovered early before they cause too much damage...

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Do you need new tires?

You wouldn't leave the house with shoes that had holes in the soles. Your tires are the contact between your car and the road. They take a beating every mile you ride. It is important for your safety, especially in wet conditions, that you have enough tread and proper inflation. Think of the money you could save with better gas mileage and better braking distance.

So how can you tell when it is time? The best and most well known is the penny method. Take a penny and insert it into the tread with Lincoln's head pointing down…
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Benefits of Keeping A Roadside Emergency Kit

The open road can be as giving as it can be cruel. Your car may be in tip top shape, but accidents happen. Blow outs can occur, you could run out of gas, and any number of issues can arise. When those things happen, a roadside emergency kit can be a great thing to have prepared. There are some simple benefits to this idea, and they include the following.

Seeing At Night

When the darkness reigns, you can see at night with the aid of a good kit. Road flares, a flash light, glow sticks, and other elements can illuminate…

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Your Brakes are Your Car's Most Important Safety Feature: Keep Them Well Serviced

While you may think that the most important safety system in your vehicle is your air bags, or perhaps your seat belt, you may even think that it is your collision avoidance system, or the frame of your vehicle with its highly-engineered crumple zones. All of these are important items that can help you survive a crash, but there is one system on your vehicle that is designed to prevent a crash to begin with, your brakes.

Your brakes can only do their job, however, if they are in proper working order, and that means they need to be inspected…
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