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Don't Fall for Motor Oil Myths

Not changing your motor oil can lead to a massive disaster. You can destroy your car when driving on aged, dirty motor oil. So, it is wise to change the oil at proper intervals. Don't, however, fall for a number of common myths about motor oil.

Two prevalent myths state motor oil must be changed every 3,000 miles and should be changed once the color turns black. Honestly, certain cars should have their oil changed at 3,000 miles but not all. Check your owner's manual to be sure. Black oil might indicate a problem, but not…

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Don’t Miss Out on the Luxury of an Audi Q3

When you are tooling around Larksville, PA in your old jalopy, you might notice that the Audi Q3 is getting quite popular and you want to give it a try as well. This is becoming one of the more popular luxury subcompact SUVs on the market because of all the car has to offer for those who drive it.

The key piece to this SUV is that you can get around town or go out in the country without noticing a difference in the drive. This is thanks to the Audi Quattro four-wheel drive system that is built too sturdy…

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What Some Common Dashboard Signs Mean and What You Should Do About Them


Besides displaying the speed and fuel level, the dashboard also functions to communicate the health of a car via the warning lights. While it is normal to get anxious upon seeing the lights not disappear after the vehicle starts moving, with the following information you will be better able to assess the condition and needs of your car – and whether you need to bring it by our service center at Wyoming Valley Audi.
  • Check Engine or Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL): This is presumably the most terrifying sign out there, as it indicates something is wrong with the engine itself...
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Should You Have the Car Tires Rotated More Often?


Running your vehicle until the tires are practically bald is not safe, and it costs you more money than you realize. These are a couple reasons why tire rotations are so critical.
  1. When the tires are not being rotated, the front will wear faster than the rear due to how the car steers. Uneven wear in all four tires could affect road handling on slick roads and make it difficult to maintain lane safety.
  2. Tires will wear faster and require you to be buying new ones much sooner than had you gotten them rotated every other oil change.
  3. Tires that…
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