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Rotate Your Tires the Right Way

Tire rotations are important to maintain the tread and prevent unwanted drivetrain wear on your vehicle. When should you rotate the tires? Every 5,000 miles, it's a good idea to take your vehicle in for an inspection and tire rotation.

Proper tire rotation is key for a smooth ride. Not only do you need to rotate your tires regularly to maintain a smooth ride, but you will also save money on tires in the long run by letting them wear as evenly as possible. Tire rotation is a service that is equally as important as an oil change…

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Should I Have My Battery Serviced or Replaced?

As an integral part of your car starting each day, you rely on your battery performing reliably. While it can go years without a problem, there are ways to get the most out of the battery you buy.

Keep its posts clear of corrosion, and if it's an older battery design, top it up with distilled water if its fluid evaporates due to high temperatures. If your car doesn't start one morning, it could be a faulty alternator that's the culprit, so you'll want to rule out other causes before putting the blame on the battery…

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Monitor the Activity of Your Honda Accord

While it is nice to know how vehicles work when they are in operation, sometimes it is just fascinating to actually see the engine hard at work while you are driving. The 2020 Honda Accord is the type of vehicle that allows you to monitor the activity in your engine.

The ability to monitor what is happening on the inside of the Honda Accord comes in the form of Power-Flow monitor. It displays what is happening between the engine and electric motor. This available feature has high-resolution images that give you a clear picture of what the engine is doing…

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Capability Features of the Honda Passport

Honda added an all-new midsize SUV to its vehicle lineup in 2019. The Passport combines comfort in the cabin with plenty of power under the hood.

The Passport's V6 engine commands 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque, resulting in a towing capacity of anywhere from 3,500 to 5,000 pounds, depending on trim level and tow package. Using an intelligent traction system, the Passport can allocate calculated amounts of traction to individual wheels it deems need it most. This will significantly help to improve driving conditions on slippery highways or off the beaten track. 

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Safer Motoring with 2020 Honda Accord Technology

The 2020 Honda Accord has is a popular mid-size sedan. One of the key reasons why the 2020 Honda Accord continues to be a desirable model is because of its tech features, including those that enhance safety.

The 2020 Honda Accord technology features include Adaptive Cruise Control, a system that assists in maintaining a safe distance between the 2020 Honda Accord and a vehicle ahead when operating cruise control. Another tech feature is the Collision Mitigation Braking System. This feature automatically engages braking when a collision appears inevitable. 
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2020 Honda Odyssey: Iconic Minivan Adopts New Technology

The 2020 Honda Odyssey minivan preserves its rich heritage and adopts new technologies for families in Colma. When clients stop at Honda of Serramonte for a test drive, they'll see the LX, Touring and other latest models.

Integrated into a trapezoidal frame, the 2020 Honda Odyssey's infotainment system includes a high-resolution monitor that's optimized for wide-angle viewing by the driver and adjacent passenger. Several hard keys and knobs also provide extra convenience for managing the basic settings of the multimedia system. 
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How Do Brake Pads Work?

Understanding some of the basic systems of your car will make you a more informed owner, which can help to save you money when things go wrong. As your wheels spin, they also spin a metal disc. When you press your brake pedal, a caliper squeezes tightly on this disc, bringing your car to a halt. The calipers have a protective pad mounted on either side made of heat-absorbing graphite. As time goes by, this graphite wears down, producing a black dust you might see on your hubcaps. 

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Know When it's Time to Service Your Headlights

The headlights on your vehicle give you a clear view of what is ahead in conditions of low light. If you are having trouble seeing at night while you are driving, your headlights may need to be serviced. From changing out the bulb to cleaning up the casing, your headlights should be checked when you notice a problem.

Your headlights are part of your yearly inspection, and they must be in good working order for your car to pass inspection. If you notice that one of your lights isn't working, bring your car to Honda of Serramonte to get…

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Refinancing vs. Trading in Your Vehicle

Have your finances changed after purchasing a car? You could reduce your loan through refinancing, or you could also reduce your monthly payments by trading in your car. Keeping up with car payments can be difficult, but rather than doing a voluntary repossession, you can trade in your car and purchase a less expensive vehicle. You’ll need to calculate the value of the vehicle before you decide to trade in or refinance.

So how do you determine the value? When you trade in your vehicle, you’ll probably have some equity.  

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Taming Your Teen's First Wheels

If you thought it was hard to cope with your teen having their driver's license, wait until they have their own car. Seriously, though, your teen's first car is an important purchase as you want a safe, reliable vehicle that will help them get where they need to go for many years to come. At Honda of Serramonte, we offer these tips to consider as you get ready to make that big purchase.

First, consider bigger and heavier vehicles. While they may use more fuel, they are proven to be safer in accidents.  

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