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    Default Auto Safety

    Avoid Breakdowns

    Breaking down isn't just inconvenient and expensive-it can also put drivers in danger. If your car is having problems and you need to pull off the road, try to do so in a well-lit area and pull as far over on the shoulder as possible. Put emergency flares or reflectors on the road behind your car to help other drivers see you.

    Of course, one of the best ways to avoid breaking down is to keep your vehicle well maintained. Check your car's oil, tires and belts regularly and bring it in for regular tune-ups.

    Preventing Theft

    A vehicle is stolen every 25 seconds in the U.S. To avoid falling victim to theft, always lock your vehicle, no matter where you are, and avoid parking in isolated areas where there are few passersby.

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    Default Re: Auto Safety

    Breakdown cases are normal to occur while on a long journey but now a days a coverage that covers incidents like breakdown are there. These car breakdown cover services provide you roadside assistance.



    Cheap Car Breakdown Cover

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    Default Re: Auto Safety

    it is may help me in the future.

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    Default Auto Safety

    I have a m4 with a gen 2 gear box and for some reason its always stuck in auto fire I cant figure out why

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