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Canandaigua, NY 14425

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Replace That Car Battery Before It Dies

When you own a vehicle, we want to ensure the longevity of it. Oil changes, tires, and replacing the car battery is one of the easiest forms of maintenance a car can have. But we often forget about those things until we find ourselves unable to start the car. Extreme cold and hot temperatures can wear on a battery over time. In the winter months, that is typically when a car battery will give out. But by keeping on top of your cars maintenance schedule, you can avoid this timely delay.

In the winter months, if your car battery is…
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Have Your Tires Rotated Regularly

Tires need to be rotated on a regular basis to extend the life of the tire and to make sure the tread is wearing evenly. Our service technicians are here to help you maintain the life of your car. Please call us to make an appointment. Tire rotations can be done while having you’re oil changed, or any other service you may be having done. Cars that have front wheel drive use more tread in the front. The tires from the back will be brought to the front and the front tires will go to the back.

Maintaining an…
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Autoblog Goes Back to the Future With 2017 Honda Clarity Review

While hydrogen power has been gaining traction in the automotive sector, only three mainstream automakers appear to be taking its rise seriously. Fortunately for Honda fans, your preferred automaker is one of them. Meet the 2017 Clarity, an H2-powered sedan that seems like it was beamed in from the year 2022.

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2018 Honda Civic Type R Arriving This Spring!

Here it is, folks—the moment that every hot hatch enthusiast has been waiting for: the unveiling of the 2018 Honda Civic Type R. Announced two years ago alongside the prototype for the 10th generation Civic, its unveiling has been the product of years of spy shots and teases.

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Keep the Surprises to Birthday Parties

Do you like surprises? Most people do, but not bad ones. That's why it's important to make sure you get your brakes serviced regularly. If you get your brakes serviced every 12,000 miles or at least once a year, you can prevent brake problems down the road. Because surprises that involve your brakes are not good surprises at all. Sometimes our ride drops us hints that something is up with the brakes, so be sure to be attentive to those. These hints could include squeaking or grinding noises, your car pulls to the side when you apply…
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WHY SHOULD I REPLACE MY TIRES?

The question "why should I replace my tires?" is largely rhetorical. Of course, any driver refusing to ever change their tires out would inevitably find themselves driving the continent on scraping rims. The question at hand, rather, should be "what happens if I don't replace my tires?". First and foremost, it is important to remember that each year of continued use wears down the treads of the tires. Treads are important for traction, and can be the difference between a smooth driving experience and hurtling off into disaster.

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Synthetic vs. Conventional Oil

Before purchasing a new car, many people spend a significant amount of time researching the fuel efficiency of the vehicle and the technology that is available. Unfortunately, it can be easy to neglect to learn about the type of maintenance that the car needs to continue running for many years to come.

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Honda is Committed to a Sustainable Future

Honda is dedicated to reducing their environmental footprint, and has transformed how they operate at every level of the company. The mission is to safeguard "Blue Skies for Our Children," protecting and preserving our planet for future generations.

As part of the company's environmental impact-reduction effort, Honda is working to voluntarily reduce the company's CO2 emissions by 50 percent by the year 2050 (compared to a baseline level established in 2000). Honda is proud to offer its most fuel-efficient lineup to date, even as it develops more ways to improve fuel economy:

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