Spare Tire Blues: Three Tips for New Car Owners

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Flat tire on car or truck.

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Flat tire on car or truck.

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Here’s the situation. You’re on a road trip with the family. You stop for food and fuel and you notice one of the tires is a little low. Fortunately the convenience store has an air compressor and you’re back on the road in no time. A little while later you’re out on the highway between

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