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When to Use Your Child Safety Seat

You have your child safety seat, one of the things you are wondering is how long you are going to have to use your safety seat. You are also probably wondering how often you are going to have to use the safety seat for your child in the vehicle.

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How Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirrors Work

We here at Genesis of Greensboro want you to be an informed auto owner when it comes to auto-dimming rearview mirrors. Have you experienced blinding headlights in your rearview mirror while driving at night? This not only poses a danger to yourself and other drivers but can also reduce driver reaction time by 1.4 seconds due to the blind spot that is created.

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Time and Mile Interval

When getting the time and mile interval for changing oil, one of the best things to do is to follow the one that comes first. If you are recommended an oil change for every 3,000 miles as well as 3 months, you want to take your vehicle in three months if you have not driven it for 3,000 miles by then.

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Understanding Different Vehicle Safety Ratings

When searching for a new-to-you vehicle in Greensboro, NC, one of the most important criterion you will consider is the safety of a potential vehicle. To help you find the safest vehicles, various organizations offer crash test ratings so you can find the vehicle that's right for you. Before you can utilize these ratings, however, it's important to understand what they mean.

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What You Need to Prepare for Roadside Emergencies

Concerned drivers often ask us at Genesis of Greensboro what sort of things they need to pack in their emergency kits to deal with roadside mishaps. They also ask if drivers who live and work in downtown Greensboro, NC have different needs than rural drivers.

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Tips On How To Share the Road With Bicyclists

Bicycle traffic deaths have increased over the years. It is necessary to take the proper precautions to ensure the safety of yourself and the bicyclists you share the road with when driving.

One tip to take into consideration is to slow down. 

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How to Jump Start a Battery

The main thing that can delay the process of jump starting a battery is the setup time. If you position both automobiles strategically, you'll have no problems transferring power quickly to a drained battery.

Begin by parking your car next to the other automobile's hood. Ensure that there is around 18 inches of space between both vehicles. When you're ready to charge the battery, give someone else one end of the jumper cables. This tactic will speed up the time that it takes to clamp the cables on the battery terminals.  

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Leave Boredom in the Rearview Mirror with These Fun Road Trip Games

Another summer, another long road trip to a new destination away from home. This year, though, work to make the drive just as fun as the destination itself by introducing some fun and engaging road trip games. At Genesis of Greensboro, we consider these games to be some of the best.

"The License Plate Game" is always a tried-and-true favorite of travelers everywhere. See who can spot the most different license plates and see if anyone can achieve the ultimate goal of finding a license plate from all 50 states. If you're in the mood for some tunes, try…

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