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Our Seasonal Vehicle Maintenance Services are Important

You care about your car, and you are willing to do anything that you need to so that it stays in good shape. One of the things that you can do for your car to keep it running well is to have it serviced as you enter a new season. Here at Max Ford of Harrisonville, we're focused on guiding local drivers in the right direction for their long-term success in the local area.

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Top Warning Signs Your Car Battery is Dying

If you wait until the car battery is dead to replace it, you could be stuck on a deserted road in the middle of the night and wished you had paid closer attention to the warning signs. These are some of the top warning signs that you car battery may need servicing.
  • Each time you try to crank over the engine, it takes longer and longer to get running.
  • The car battery has a very strange smell coming from that compartment.
  • Once the car is running, you notice that the headlights appear very dim.
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Are You Ready For That Road Trip?

Summer's just around the corner and for many of us, that means a road trip isn't far away. Road trips can be a blast and will give you and your family lots of stories and memories to remember for a long time, but you need to prepare beforehand. Just like most events and occasions, you need to pack a few things and prepare yourself. You should take a few minutes to jot down list of things that you need to do and to bring, as it can be very helpful in remembering the seemingly bazillion things you have…
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The Result Of Poor Tire Care

It’s a red light at an intersection and you’re at the stop line waiting for it to turn green. After a few minutes of you patiently waiting, you begin to drive. Unfortunately, a vehicle from the intersection's opposing traffic continued to go despite the red light indicating them to stop. You slam on the brake pedal, but you continue to slide and you collide with the incoming traffic.

It’s truly a scary situation that nobody wants to experience and unfortunately it happens far too often. Why does this happen? And why do cars sometimes slide when…
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