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Why You Shouldn't Drive the Speed Limit in the Rain

In your driver's education classes, you were probably taught to go a few miles below the speed limit when it rains. Failing to heed this advice can cause your car to suddenly hydroplane. You could lose control of braking and steering when water splashes against your car faster than the car's weight can ward off the water.

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Keep an Eye on Your Vehicle's Fuel System

One thing that people need to understand is that they need to be responsible for their vehicles. While it may be tempting to just cruise along with ignorance, there are potential issues such as your fuel pump that need to be looked at closely so that your car can continue to work in the way you want it to.

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Hyundai Sonata: Why You Should Buy It

Updated with a bold new look, the new Hyundai Sonata has beautiful styling inside and out. Enjoy great comfort, convenience, and safety along with all the other standard features you want and expect.

With its Integrated Memory System (IMS), the driver and side mirrors can be customized and settings stored for each driver for great convenience. 

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The Hyundai Accent is Stylish and Tech Savvy

Known for its reliability, athleticism, and its impressively affordable prices, the Hyundai Accent is one of the most popular compact cars that are currently on the market. It also comes with some very useful features that could possibly pique your interest.

The Hyundai Accent continues to bring their vehicles into the modern era with their bold and powerful new design. 

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Take a Look at the Hyundai Kona in Somerset Today!

The Hyundai Kona is a popular compact crossover sport utility vehicle. When you are having a hard time deciding which crossover to buy, it is a good idea to take a look at the Kona's features. One of its top features is automatic calls for emergency help if its software detects that you are in a collision.

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The Hyundai Veloster May Be Right For You

If you are looking for a sporty-looking coupe, check out the Hyundai Veloster. This car offers you a vehicle with a one-of-a-kind look, and it provides a hatchback to allow for transportation convenience.

The Hyundai Veloster comes with some important standard safety features. This vehicle has a tire pressure monitoring system. This system checks for underinflation of the tires, and you are alerted if a tire needs more air. 

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A New Standard for Pre-Owned: Hyundai’s Certified Pre-Owned Program

Hyundai understands that the cost of a new car can be pretty prohibitive in today’s economy. And yet, people rely on the dependability, safety and quality that usually requires such a purchase. Thankfully, where pre-owned vehicles were once a questionable answer to this, Hyundai decided to rock the boat pretty severely.

Hyundai’s new certified pre-owned program isn’t just about making sure these vehicles run properly – it’s about making sure they seem practically new. Their 150-point inspection is so meticulous and strict, that nothing can really get past it. 

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Troubleshooting Spongy Brakes

An improperly functioning brake pedal is one of the most disconcerting vehicle issues any driver can face. A properly working brake pedal should feel firm, rather than spongy and soft. There are a few distinct primary causes of a soft brake pedal including air or damage to the brake line.

Cylinder and caliper issues can also cause the brake pedal to break down over time and start to feel soft when pressed. Any of these issues can place yourself and passengers in potentially hazardous situations, and so they must be addressed immediately.

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Why Extreme Weather Stresses Vehicle Batteries

Do you ever wonder why your vehicle's battery always seems to die in the winter? It's not just winter that's tough on batteries; it's summer too. In fact, extreme temperatures of any kind in the local area can stress your battery and cause it to lose power. Here's why.

The culprit is the lead-acid located inside the battery. In extreme cold, the capacity of the battery can drop about 20 percent when the temperature is many degrees below zero Fahrenheit. Similarly, when summer temperatures are way over 100 in the summer, capacity increases by 12…

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