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Learning How to Drive Well in the Rain

The team at Wholesale Investments Inc. wants nothing but the best for you, and we want to make sure that you know how to drive in hazardous conditions. There are times when the rain that is falling might make it difficult for you to drive as you normally would, and we want to make sure that you know what to do in those times so that you can stay safe.

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When Should You Change the Motor Oil?

Many of us have been told certain things over the years about changing our automotive oil. The persons telling us these things could have been auto care professionals or our parents. Regardless of the source, though, many of these so-called facts are no longer true because of advances in auto technology and oil refinement changes.

One common misconception is that you need to change the motor oil every 3000 miles. This is not true because each vehicle will have varying requirements for oil changes. 

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Learning the Steps on How to Jump Start Another Car

In order to jump-start any vehicle from another, you'll first need to get both vehicles as close as possible so the jumper cables can reach both batteries. Once this is done, put the cars in park, kill the engine, open the hoods.

Identify the negative and positive sides of the battery in each car, then do the same with the cables. 

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Understanding the Different Types of Truck Bed Liners

This list of different type bed liners is brought to you by Wholesale Investments Inc. in the hopes to educate you on all the possible choices you have for your vehicle.

The most common type bed liner on the market is the drop-in design. Similar to a plastic tub made of heavy-duty plastic, this liner is made specific to the shape of any truck, and locks into place and can be replaced if it ever gets too damaged.

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Which Ford Explorer Best Suits You?

The Ford Explorer has remained one of the most popular SUVs in America for the last 27 years. The three-row Explorer packs plenty of power and is spacious enough to transport family, pets and cargo. The 2018 Explorer underwent an exterior overhaul making the SUV as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional.

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How to Use a Voltmeter on Your Car's Battery

In order to safely test the car battery with a voltmeter, you'll need safety glasses, gloves, terminal cleaning tool or wire brush, and the voltmeter. Be sure the car engine and lights are off, open the hood, put on your safety goggles and gloves. Use the cleaning tool or wire brush to remove any corrosion on the battery terminals.

The red cable of the voltmeter is attached to positive battery terminal first. Now you can attach the black cable to the negative side safely. 

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Signs That Your Ignition Needs Service

Most drivers would agree that the starter is an important component of your vehicle's ignition system. Do you know what could signal big trouble with your car's starter? Check out this list below. These symptoms are warnings for your car's ignition system.

  • Should you hear a grinding noise while starting your car, it could signal an issue with your starter. 
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