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Saturday, 24th June 2017

All stories about SocialCRM FB Weekly Timely Articles (Timely) on Mitchell1 #1

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  1. A Clean Car is Money in the Bank
    Purchasing a new car is a major financial investment. Keeping it clean is an easy and inexpensive way to protect its resale and trade-in value, says the non-profit Car Care Council. “Many motorists procrastinate when it comes to cleaning their vehicles,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.
  2. Combi USA Recalls Stroller and Car Seat Travel System for Fall Hazard
    Today Combi USA and the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of the Combi Shuttle Travel System because the car seat can disengage from the stroller. Consumer Reports discovered this problem in its tests last fall and notified the manufacturer about the problem. Combi immediately stopped selling the product, which had been available through online retailers between June 2015 and September 2016.
  3. Basic Tire Maintenance for Every Driver
    The tires are the only thing between the vehicle and the road. When they are properly inflated and in good condition, the handling, stability and safety of the vehicle will be maximized. Conversely, when the tires are under inflated, worn out or damaged, all of the safety systems on the vehicle cannot overcome the loss of control that comes with a blow-out or hydroplaning situation. Air pressure in a tire is like oil in an engine; when it is low, the resulting internal damage is unseen until it is too late.
  4. A Little Auto Care Goes a Long Way
    Performing simple preventative maintenance on your vehicle will go a long way toward protecting your vehicle investment, says the non-profit Car Care Council. “Buying a new car today comes with a hefty price tag when you add up the down payment, monthly car payments and higher insurance rates. Neglecting its care can mean even higher costs down the line in the form of more extensive repairs and lost resale value,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.
  5. The Privacy Threat in Your Used Car
    When Charles Henderson traded in his beloved convertible four years ago, the dealer made sure to collect the car keys, but he couldn't take away Henderson's digital access. A security expert at IBM, Henderson knew to protect his private data, so before he waved goodbye to the car, he deleted his personal information from the built-in digital systems that guided him home via GPS, opened his garage door, and dialed up the friends in his phone book. The dealership also double-checked to confirm that he had made many of these moves, he says.
  6. All-Female Auto Shop Will Do Your Hair And Nails While They Fix Your Car
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  7. Invest Tax Refund in Auto Care and Earn Valuable Dividends
    Although you may be thinking of ways to splurge with your tax refund, the Car Care Council recommends something more practical – invest some of that money in auto care and reap the financial benefits.
  8. You Don't Need the Luck of the Irish to Make Your Car Green
    The luck of the Irish won’t make your car green, but performing basic vehicle maintenance will not only help protect the environment, but will also keep more “green” in your wallet, says the non-profit Car Care Council
  9. How to Prevent and Recover from Hydroplaning
    There is nothing more frightening for drivers than losing control of their vehicle. Hydroplaning not only strips from drivers their ability to steer their car, it also causes feelings of helplessness, a terrifying experience for even the most experienced driver.
  10. The Heat is On
    Winter is coming so the heat is on to check your vehicle’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system before the bitter cold weather arrives.

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