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How to Spend Less on the Car You Want

Most people in the United States own vehicles. In actuality, most households own several vehicles. Whether you own cars or trucks, having vehicles makes living life loads easier. Unless you are wealthy, it's important to keep up with how much these machines cost. Be careful - the cost of ownership often far exceeds the simple purchase price of a vehicle. Let's dive into several factors owners often overlook at Jaguar Tulsa.

Maintenance is something that responsible owners engage in. Without maintenance, it is likely your vehicle requires significantly more repairs.

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Stop into Jaguar Tulsa for Automotive Servicing and Repair

Don't leave the repair of your vehicle to a service center that could be offering low pricing and inferior parts that will only require your car to back on the lift this year, trust the staff members at Jaguar Tulsa when you need any work done.

Each mechanic working at the dealership has access to the right tools for any repair of the vehicle. Our team is constantly getting information concerning recalls and will make those repairs on your vehicle while they still qualify for the warranty. The only repairs we make on your vehicle will be done so…

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Compare Front-Wheel and Rear-Wheel Drive Pros and Cons

We write this blog to inform our customers about a variety of auto-related topics. You can use its posts to educate yourself during the car-buying process. You will make a better decision. Today, let's explore the top two drive systems, front-wheel, and rear-wheel drive.

Drive systems to describe themselves in their names. Front-wheel drive applies the engine's force to the pavement through the car's front wheels. Rear-wheel drive moves its engine's horsepower through the vehicle's back wheels. A front-wheel setup requires fewer parts, so it allows automakers to offer cars with...

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Myths Regarding Motor Oil

You might have heard folks talk about motor oil at social gatherings. Probably, they dispensed some myths. We value informed car owners, so let's debunk a couple oil falsehoods now.

Commonly, people believe that they must change their oil before long trips. Any long trip is superfluous to the matter of when to change your oil. In fact, you should change your oil according to the mileage guidelines in your car's owner's manual. While planning a trip, if you realize that your car will need an oil change during it, you can easily opt for an early…

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Is Your Exhaust Leaking?

Some vehicle problems are difficult to spot. However, your vehicles exhaust system will likely give you quite a few signs that there is a leak. You may hear a loud rumbling noise as you drive or you may find that your fuel efficiency is significantly decreased. Your gas pedal may also vibrate as you drive. It’s critical that you pay attention to all of these different signs as you drive in Tulsa, OK.

If you think that you have an exhaust leak, the best thing that you can do is get your vehicle checked out. Our vehicle technicians at…

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Learn How to Safely Test Your Car's Battery


To test the strength of your car battery, you need to have a voltmeter and a little understanding of how to read the meter.
  1. Begin my making sure the car lights are not on and the ignition is turned off.
  2. If the car battery does have some corrosion build-up on the terminals, use a small wire brush to make the terminals clean.
  3. To the positive end of the battery goes to red cable from the voltmeter. To the negative end of the battery goes to black cable from the voltmeter.
  4. Looking closely at the meter, the needle should be above…
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Is Your Timing Belt Causing Issues?

You probably will never notice a timing belt until a funny sound starts occurring in your car engine. Timing belts are important to keep your engine running correctly. It moves the crankshaft and camshaft in sync so that your engine turns at the right time.

Timing belts have changed over the years. In the past, they were made of timing chains. Newer timing belts are made of rubber or strong nylon cords. If you need to replace your timing belt, it's good to know what kind of timing belt is best for your vehicle.

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Keep Your Brake Pads in Top Shape

An intersection. They are often filled with traffic and require a high level of caution when executing a turn, stop, or movement at a green light. At any time, another car that is on the opposite side your vehicle could disobey a traffic light and force you to quickly apply your brakes. Thanks to brake pads, this is possible to do with little stress.

However, brake pads are sometimes ignored when it comes to having them maintained and checked for wear and tear. The brake fluid and pistons allow the brake pads to touch the wheel discs.

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Stay Safe and Out of Trouble with Properly Working Headlights

If you notice that one of your headlights has gone out, you might be tempted to just let it be and to drive around for a while with your car as it is. You should not give in to that temptation, but you should instead have your headlight replaced.

If you drive around with one headlight out, there is a chance that you will be stopped and that you will be cited. There is also a chance that something bad could happen to you as you do not show up as well as you do with two headlights. It is…

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How Much Do You Know about the Move Over Laws?

Imagine yourself buying a brand new car at Jaguar Tulsa and crashing it right into an emergency worker working on the side of the highway in the greater Tulsa, OK area. Yeah, you definitely would have dented your car.

You might not consider it, but more than 200 emergency workers lose their lives each year, according to the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition, because people like you drive too close and crash…

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