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The Mazda6 Is Great For Keeping People Safe

Mazda cars are known for great technology and style, but they are also known for keeping people safe. The Mazda6 was created with features to keep people safe in all situations.

The greatest safety feature in the Mazda6 is the airbags. There are over eight airbags in the Mazda 6, and they are in different sections of the car to provide ultimate protection.

Another great safety feature is the automatic break lock. This feature automatically stops the car if any danger is ahead. This feature is also great for parking, especially parallel parking.

 

 

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Illuminate Your Drive in the Mazda CX-9

In the Mazda CX-9, you can enjoy a quieter environment, thanks to over 53 lbs. of sound-deadening material, better seal insulation, and the use of sound-insulating glass. But you don’t have to remain isolated from the outside world when the MAZDA CONNECT™ infotainment system keeps you in touch through hands-free calls, audio, and an available navigation system. You control this feature through the full-color touchscreen display or an intuitive Commander control.

At night, the Adaptive Front-Lighting System can divert its beam by up to 15 degrees to follow the direction of your turn...

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Important Safety Features You Need in Your Next Vehicle

Are you ready to shop for your next vehicle? One of the most important things you need to consider are your car's safety features. Choose a car that has been carefully designed and tested to ensure you're as safe as possible while driving. If you're looking for something new, the Mazda CX-3 could be the perfect choice.

This vehicle features a Smart City brake support system, traction control, daytime running lights, electronic stability control, and child safety locks. You'll also enjoy the rear cross traffic alert system that will keep you safe while you're on-the-go…

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Mazda's 2018 CX-5 Is a Crossover that Blends Performance and Art

If you want a vehicle that's both a work of art and designed for performance, the 2018 Mazda CX-5 is the crossover you're looking for. That goes for its package of technological innovations as well as its handling and power.

The Mazda CX-5 takes all-wheel drive to the limit with its i-ACTIV AWD technology that predicts when road conditions call for AWD to be activated. It monitors environmental factors such as temperature and patterns of throttle and braking as you drive. With that information, it adjusts the torque to each wheel to maintain traction in slick conditions.

 

 

 

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Safety First: Mazda MX-5 Miata

Looking to purchase a new sporty convertible but want to make sure it comes with great safety features, then the all-new Mazda MX-5 Miata is the car you have been looking for. The Mazda MX-5 Miata comes with great features including the two listed below making it one of the most popular in its class:
  • Lane Departure Warning System- The Mazda MX-5 Miata comes with an available Lane Departure Warning System that will alert the driver when they have accidentally moved from their lane of travel. This system will send the driver both audio and visual warnings allowing the driver…
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The Road is No Place to throw a Blowout

Aside from safe, responsible driving, the easiest way to prevent severe accidents s to prevent tire blow outs. It’s easy for everyone to do their part to keep the streets of Wilmington safe with these four easy practices:

#1 – Pressure and Tread

Tread should be no less than 4/32” deep. Placing a penny into the grooves and ensuring most of Lincoln’s head is covered is the easiest way to guarantee this.

Wait about 3 hours before checking pressure, to let the tires cool. Find your vehicle’s intended pressure in your manual, or on your doorsill. It…

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The Mazda CX-9 has Style

The popular Mazda CX-9 offers a bit of luxury and class inside and out thanks to the vehicle's many design features. On the interior, the dashboard seems to wrap around the driver and front passenger alike due to the continuity of colored Nappa leather, aluminum and rosewood accents. The color theme is also featured in the Nappa leather-covered seats.

Design features were of particular importance to Mazda related to the driving experience. The center console and shifter are strategically higher to shorten the reach. While many vehicle manufacturers offer heated steering wheels and 

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Debunking motor oil myths saves drivers money & time

Motor oil is the lifeblood of every vehicle, ensuring the engine stays clean and lubricated and keeping your car on the road, but common myths about motor oil may end up costing you time and money.

You may have been taught to have your motor oil changed every 3,000 miles, but for most vehicles and motor oils, that is unnecessary. Most newer model cars are equipped with digital displays that alert a driver when the car is getting low on oil and needs to be serviced. For most vehicles, you can get your oil changed between every 5,000…

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What Should Be Inside Your Roadside Emergency Kit?


These are a few of the things you will want to get inside your emergency kit before your next ride.

A flashlight is very helpful for working on the vehicle in the dark or for flagging down potential help. Be sure though that you have some new batteries in the bag too.

Jumper cables can really come in handy if your battery fails because another driver can simply jump-start the car quickly for you and get you rolling again.

A little first aid kit can be used to address smaller injuries until you have the help of professionals.

Tire fix-a-flat…
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The Best Way to Jump Start Another Car


In addition to jumper cables, you should have a pair of work gloves and safety glasses when you try to jump-start a car.

Bring the cars as close as you can, so the cables can reach both batteries.

Turn the car lights and engine off, open the hoods and get your gloves and glasses on.

The jumper cables need to be connected to the car batteries in a certain order.

Red is positive, black is negative.
1. Red to positive on good battery.
2. Red to positive on bad battery.
3. Black to negative on good battery.
4. Black to…
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