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Certain Honda models have timing belts that have a limited life span. Your owner's manual will recommend at what mileage the timing belt must be replaced.These intervals range from every 60,000 miles to every 105,000 miles depending on the year and model of your Honda. To see what is recommended for your engine, make sure to check the maintenance section of your owner?s manual.

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Driving on snowy or icy roads requires special attention to safety. Although it's impossible to have ideal road conditions 365 days a year, there are certain precautions you can take to make winter driving safer. Here are some tips and suggestions to help you get ready for the hazards of winter.

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The best tip for winter driving: Sometimes it's best to stay home, or at least remain where you are until snow plows and sanding crews have done their work. If you crash on a snowy or icy road, you'll certainly be late — or worse. But since you can't always call in to work claiming a "snow day," it's better to learn how to correctly deal with driving in the snow.

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Winter is the enemy of the car. Cold temperatures make it harder for an engine to work properly. Snow and ice limit traction. Potholes damage wheels and tires. Salt causes rust and gravel pits the paint. But there are things you can do to help your vehicle in this time of duress. Following are some easy steps to properly prepare your car for winter. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

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Quick oil changes have become popular options for car owners.

These options claim to be fast, easy and cheap.  Unfortunately, this is not always the case.  You could end up spending extra money on parts for your vehicle.  This is because of the damages caused by these quick oil change places.

Problems can include:

Read more: Why Quick Oil Changes Are Inadequate
 

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