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5 Signs Your Engine Oil Needs a Change

Updated May 18th, 2017

Winchester, Virginia - One of the most important things you can do to keep your vehicle's engine healthy is to get the oil changed on a periodic basis. While most of us are aware of this basic staple of vehicle preventative maintenance, it can be easy to forget, especially when so many other aspects of a busy schedule can clutter our minds on a daily basis. So how can you know when your engine oil needs a change? Below are 5 common signs that will let you kno ...

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Pollinator Habitat Program Grows Across Virginia

Updated March 17th, 2016

South Riding, Virginia - The monarch butterfly is one of nature's most beautiful creatures, and although observing its whimsical flight pattern can evoke feelings of carefree happiness, there are some very serious concerns about this amazing insect's ability to survive in light of dwindling food supplies and diminishing natural habitats. In response to this threatening situation, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) along with Dominion Virginia Power recently entered into a collaboration with the Loudoun Wildlife Conservacy, Valley Land and the Na ...

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October is Fall Car Care Month: Keep Your Car Running Smoothly with These 10 Tips





Updated March 17th, 2017 ...

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How Do I Make My Tires Last 10 Years?

Updated June 2nd, 2017

It would be great if our car tires could last forever, but unfortunately, even the best tires will eventually wear out over time. That being said, there are some things you can do to prolong the life of your tires, so that you can get the most out of your investment and avoid any unnecessary premature wear. Below are some of the most effective ways that ...

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Volkswagen is Being Engulfed by a Growing Crisis Over Its Attempt to Make Millions of Diesel Cars Appear Cleaner Than They Are

Updated March 17th, 2017

Volkswagen has become embroiled in a scandal of epic proportions, the consequences of which may take months or even years to fully play out. The scandal broke in late September, when U.S. regulators first revealed that the iconic German automaker had intentionally programmed well over 500,000 vehicles t ...

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