Giving Another Car a Jump Start

Dealing with a dead battery isn't anyone's idea of fun, including us here at Cox Auto Group in Wilmington, DE. However, this situation doesn't have to be so dire. A battery can be given a jump start if you have a helper vehicle and a set of jumper cables.

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Paying Attention to Exhaust Leak Signs

The exhaust system of your vehicle is important because it aids in decreasing the emissions that come from your vehicle. As with other systems, it's possible that you could have an exhaust leak that develops. A common sign of a leak that you want to get checked by Cox Auto Group is engine noise. 

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The Value of Blind-Spot Monitors

When riding in someone’s car, a passenger may hear a beep and notice that an image illuminates in the driver’s side-view mirror. That is one way a blind-spot monitor could work. The technology uses audio, visual, and even touch-based warnings about drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians who may be outside a driver’s range of vision.

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Types of Winter Tires

If you live in a place where the weather is cold for many months of the year, then you might be looking for winter tires. Winter tires are specially designed to work well on ice and snow, which is perfect if you have to drive on roads that have been treated with salt! But what types of winter tires should you buy? Well, we're going to answer that question for you.

Type 1: Studded Winter Tires

The first type of winter tire you will want to look at is studded snow tires. Studded winter tires are exactly like regular…

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How to Correct a Slide on Icy Roads

It's winter and we're all worried about our cars getting stuck on ice. If you find yourself in this situation, here are some tips on how to get out of it.

1) You need to figure out what type of car you have before proceeding. A front wheel drive vehicle will require a different method than rear wheel drive or four-wheel drive vehicles. Rear wheel drives will usually be easier to correct because the engine is located at the back of the car which makes it easier for them to push themselves off with their own power.

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