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What to Do When Your Car Breaks Down

If your car breaks down, the first thing that you need to do is take a deep breath to calm your nerves. Then, it is important to determine why your car stopped running. If you have a flat tire, you may be able to replace it on your own.

In the event that the engine is too hot, adding water may allow you to drive it to a service station. Ideally, you will have a cell phone that will enable you to call for help. It may also be possible to go online to find a solution to your issue…

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Flexibility Works Well with Online Service Scheduler

You need a flexible calendar. You need to jot down appointment times that work well within your daily tasks and errands. Here at Sheehy Nissan of White Marsh, we’ve created an online service scheduler to make life a little easier. The last thing you want is an appointment time that makes you switch everything else around. Our online service scheduler allows you to pick the appointment time that works with your current schedule. You'll see a list of available appointment options. You choose the time that works best.

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Why is a Tank Full of Gas in the Car Important in Winter?

By getting fuel in the gas tank often this winter, you lessen the risks of potential dangers while driving those slick and snowy roads. Keep in mind how a full tank of gas this winter can benefit your vehicle. The last thing you need is you run into trouble on a deserted road is to find you are out of gas and cannot operate the heaters to keep warm while you wait for help.

A full tank of gas allows you to keep the car running and warm until help arrives. The more gas in the tank, the heavier the…

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Why To Keep Your Gas Tank from Running Empty This Winter

One of the things that we recommend at Sheehy Nissan of White Marsh is that you keep your gas tank full during these winter months. It may sound a little bit tricky, but doing so will make sure that you won't run out of gas whenever you need it the most.

The truth about your gas tank is that the empty space in the tank is taken up by fuel vapors. These vapors condense on both sides of the tank as the weather gradually gets cooler and cooler during the winter months. Water vapor also mixes with the fuel…

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