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Servicing Your Vehicle Is Crucial

Service is a crucial element of owning a vehicle. Every single car, truck or SUV needs to be maintained. You need fluids checked. You always need to have tires, brakes and batteries inspected. Your vehicle needs to be prepared for the road.

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What Does Horsepower Even Mean?

True or False: The term horsepower was created after the invention of the car?

Do you know the answer? Well if you don't you're not alone, many Americans have no idea where the term horsepower came from! Fear not, at Benson FIAT in Greer, SC will make sure that you can answer this question if ever asked in the future.

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Lease End

When your lease ends, you are required to bring your vehicle and keys back to us in a certain amount of time. We understand that you will be in need of another vehicle so let's talk about what your options are here at Benson FIAT Studio:

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Listen to What Your Car is Telling You

There are different dashboard warning lights that will tell you different things. Most of them are there to simply remind you or to tell you that something is currently on such as your bright lights or your cruise control.

 

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How To Choose the Right Tires for Your Vehicle


?There are three main kinds of tires that you can add to your car. They include summer passenger tires, all-season tires, and snow tires. Each kind of tire is suited for certain conditions and may be a good fit depending on when and where you drive.

Summer passenger tires are the best when it comes to handling and braking on dry pavement. Snow tires will be your best choice to drive through snowy and icy conditions. They help you keep traction in the snow and ice and provide you with comfort through wintry conditions. All-season tires are good in a…
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What to Remember About Seasonal Car Maintenance

There is a lot that goes on in our lives these days, and as a result, you need to make sure that the one thing that does not get overlooked is that of seasonal car maintenance. This is something that will, for the most part, be cheap to do but will be expensive to ignore. What is the sad part is the fact that things like oil and tires are easy to take care of, it’s just most people…
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Top 6 Things to Remember When Riding With Your Pet

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Sometimes it's necessary to take your pet for a ride in the car, whether to the vet or groomers. Other times, they just like to take a trip with their human. For those instances, here are a few things to keep in mind when traveling with a pet:
-Always keep a collar on your pet with an ID tag, just in case of an accidental escape or unexpected car trouble
-Make sure your pet gets plenty of exercise before the trip, as this will make them calmer on the ride
-Bring "busy toys" for your pet's amusement
-Have…
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Leasing a car has benefits for some but drawbacks for others


If you are in the market for a new car and you're the type of person that drives a fair amount but not excessively, you may want to look at leasing your next new vehicle. Although interest rates have been historically low, leasing is still one of the better options to acquire a new car.

Leasing has a number of major benefits over buying. Although one of the biggest criticisms of leasing a vehicle is that it does not confer actual ownership to the driver, this can actually be a hidden benefit. People who lease their vehicles do not…
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Claying Your Car is a Quick & Easy Way to Preserve Its Paint

You have never been much of a do-it-yourself detailer. Driving into an automatic car wash a few times a year was about the extent of it. But now you're buying the masterfully sculptural 2017 FIAT 124 Spider, and you're ready to care for it like a true sports-car owner.

How to Clay Your Car

The good news is, you only need to get out the clay bar when the car needs it—not every single wash—and the process should only take a half hour or less (especially with a diminutive FIAT model).

  1. After washing, feel the surface…
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