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Get Your Tires Rotated Regularly

Tire rotations are very important and should be done every other oil change or at least every 3,000 to 7,000 miles. When you drive, your tires wear down, but unfortunately, they do not wear down evenly. In fact, you can expect them to wear down unevenly.

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Make Your Nights Brighter With Headlight Maintenance

When your headlights are not doing their job, it makes for a very dangerous situation. You rely on your headlights to see in the dark or when the weather is not ideal. Your headlights also make it possible for others sharing the road to be able to see you. Without effective headlights, your safety is compromised, and you need to get them brighter as soon as possible. If you think that your headlights could use some professional help, be sure to bring your vehicle to us here at Rick Roush Honda, and we will take care of you.

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Excellent Car Service At Rick Roush Honda

Owning a car is an exciting experience right? Do you know servicing your car gives you even a greater experience? Choosing where to service your vehicle should never be an issue. We at Rick Roush Honda are the best to handle your vehicle. Below are the reasons as to why you should choose us:
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•We have highly factory trained technicians, who have full access to all the right parts to ensure your vehicle gets moving and gives you a comfortable ride.
•In our repairs, we only utilize OEM parts.
•Our OEM recalls are the latest and can perform warranty work…
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How to Transport Hot Food During the Holiday Season

Whenever you visit the homes or events planned by family and friends during the holiday season, you may want to carry hot or lukewarm home-baked food so that everyone can enjoy it. To help you and your family transport hot food during the holidays, here are several techniques to safely and cleanly transport your festive favorites in the car:

  • Use Travel Casserole Dishes - Invest in travel casserole dishes that have a secure rubber lid and a microwaveable gel pouch. These features help keep the goodies hot on the road and in an insulated carrying case.
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Total Cost Of Ownership Is Important To Understand

Your total cost of ownership is important to understand. All vehicle owners should take this into consideration before purchasing a vehicle. Our sales department wants you to consider the variables associated with buying your next car.

Gas Consumption
How much fuel will you use per month? You'll have to add this number to the total cost. You may have a short or long driving distance to work. You might be retired. Gas expenses could push you outside the realm of your budget.

Monthly Payment
This is often the most considered cost of ownership. It's the one we pay…
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Why You Should Set up a Maintenance Schedule

An unfortunate reality of car ownership is maintenance. Even new cars can need it. The best way to keep up with regular maintenance? Setting up a maintenance schedule. While it can be tempting to hold off on vehicle check-ups, it can pay to invest in them at regular intervals through the year.

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Stay Safe on Two Wheels—Stop Biking Like It's 1975!

Even though there are far more people in the U.S. today, there were significantly more bicyclist traffic fatalities in 1975. Part of the reason may be that bicycling has fallen in popularity, especially among youths—however, safety education also plays a large role.

Today, most people who ride bikes wear helmets, and use reflective gear and lights when riding after dark. Back in the '70s, people were a bit more lax about roadway safety. Cyclists who can't kick those old habits are at the greatest risk.

In 2015, only 91 youths under 20 years old were killed in…

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