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Why are Slow Down and Move Over Laws Important?

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Many people do not know about Slow Down and Move Over laws. All 50 states have them, but the awareness of these laws is extremely low. But not knowing about them is not going to stop a police officer from giving you a fine.

These laws were put in place to help protect the people working on the side of or on the roads. More than 200 roadside workers die every single year due to people not knowing or ignoring the Slow Down and Move Over laws and over 150 police officers have lost their lives since 1997.

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All-Wheel-Drive or Four-Wheel-Drive: Which One is Best for You?

It may seem like the same thing, but there is a difference between all-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive vehicles. If you're currently driving a two-wheel-drive vehicle and are considering purchasing a 4WD or AWD car or truck, then visit Reed Buick GMC in Kansas City, MO, and one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales associates will help you make the best choice for your needs.

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Get the Right Wiper Blades for the Job

You always want to use the right tools for the job, and you also want to use the right wipers for the season and weather conditions. If you use your wiper blades in the winter chances are that you will be throwing them out at the end of the season if not sooner. Winter is pretty hard on wipers and if you don't use the proper wipers for the job they will not last.

Winter wiper blades are very flexible, durable, and can also withstand the cold temperatures of winter. Summer ones are great in the summer but not…

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Defining Dashboard Warning Lights and Their Meaning

To flag up mechanical issues, cars are installed with several warning lights. Car malfunctions tend to worsen when not detected early. We at Reed Buick GMC in Kansas City pride ourselves in offering timely solutions using a team of registered technicians. Below are some of the key warnings, meaning, and remedy.

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Why Ensuring You Have Good Headlights is Important

Now that the winter months are settling in, it is time for all of us who either own or lease a vehicle to make sure that many things get their due maintenance and chief among them are your vehicle's headlight bulbs and lenses. Not just cold and snow come with winter, but also shorter days. More hours of darkness make having proper headlights and lenses very important.

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How to Safely Transport Holiday Dishes

One of the most important things that make you long for the holiday season is sharing delicacies with your loved ones. Failing to properly package your food properly as you head home may ruin your homemade goodies. Our staff members at Reed Buick GMC have prepared essential tips for safe transit of your dishes.

  • Make sure you seal your containers and check for any spillage before packing them in the car. You can as well use foil pans and plastic containers.
  • Consider strategic car placement. Be strategic when putting dishes in the car. The most ideal place is at the…
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Helpful Tips to Make You a More Well-Mannered Driver

Driving on the roads now a days it may seem that being a courteous driver is a thing of the past. Everyone seems to be in a hurry and distracted driving just makes things worse. But, in order for everyone to stay safe there are some things every driver should do. They include:

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Maintaining Your Buick Through the Fall

Regular maintenance is an important part of keeping you and your vehicle safe year-round. While there are many different points on your vehicle that need to be inspected, there may not be any more important than your brakes. Going in to winter where snow and ice are possible, having quality and functioning brakes can keep you safe on poor road conditions.

Indicators That You Need New Brakes

  • Hearing your brakes grinding or squealing while you're braking
  • Your vehicle pulls to one side while braking
  • Your steering wheel shutters as you are braking
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