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When is Using A Clay Bar Necessary?

Clay bars are a great tool for removing debris that your car gathers on the road. It's a unique alternative to traditional washing and can get rid of embedded dirt that you can't even see. We want you to know how to care for your vehicle, so here's some useful information about clay bars that you need to know.

Cleaning your ride with a clay bar should be done at least twice a year. Depending on how often you drive and the types of environments you're in, you may need to get it done even more…

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Keep Safe by Preventing Distracted Driving

With the rise of the mobile phone and other technologies, it can be harder than ever to concentrate behind the wheel. However, by avoiding distracted driving, you can help to keep yourself and others safer on the roads in Wilmington, DE. We care about your safe experience on the road, and these tips can help you to stay focused while driving.

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Why to Use a Car Cover

There is a lot that goes into properly maintaining a vehicle, and unfortunately, many car owners are not properly informed. At Auto Team Delaware, we are proud to help car owners learn more about how to take care of their vehicles, helping to avoid costly repair bills down the road.

The paint and bodywork of any vehicle is vulnerable to damage from all manner of sources, such as bird droppings...

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The Right Information About Motor Oil

Motor oil is one of the most important fluids in your vehicle. Because of its importance, certain myths have built up around motor oil. It's important that you are able to separate fact from fiction.

Many believe that oil has to be changed every 3,000 miles. That was true years ago. Today, many cars can go 5,000 miles or more before the oil needs to be changed. 

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How to Keep Your Vehicle Sliding When It Starts Raining

Your vehicle can start sliding in a heavy downpour or when it first starts raining. Here is how to avoid this dangerous driving situation.

Turn off the cruise control in your vehicle as soon as you see it raining. The tires are going to speed up when hydroplaning because the car wants to keep at a set speed, and will cause the car to easily slide on the road surface.

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