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new Tesla Roadster 0-60 in 1.9s #tesla #roadster
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Looking for a easy way to get your vehicle worked on? let us bring the shop to you. We can save you time and money when you hire us. Call us today for a free estimate or schedule an appointment for service. (408)422-6446
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Vehicle tips:
Check your tire pressure often.
What happens when my tires are not inflated to the proper level?
Tires that are under or over inflated can cause uneven tread wear, reduce the life of the tire, reduce traction and impact gas mileage, reducing your fuel economy. That’s why you should check your tire pressure at least once a month and adjust to the recommended pressure listed in your owner's manual. You can also find this information on a sticker in the trunk, on the door pillar, in the glove box or on your fuel door.  #mobilemecchanic #autorepair #sanjose #tires #gasmileage #fueleconomy #pressure  
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   Never pay up front for repair to your vehicle. Always make sure to sign estimates and repair/work orders. If they do not provide one that should be a red flag! A mobile mechanic, per Bureau of Automotive Repair, must provide a written estimate before any work can take place.
 
#mobilemechanic #imposter #sanjose #craigslist #redflag #estimate #bureauofautomotiverepair #autorepair  
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Do you have a GM? Is it within 10 years old, and have you checked to see if any recalls apply to your vehicle? GM has been hiding knowledge of defective ignition switches which they've allowed to remain on the road for more than a decade after employees learned of problems with them.

“The documents clearly show they knew it was a safety issue but chose to ignore it... Brooke Melton’s death is one of three fatality claims that the GM compensation fund, run by lawyer Ken Feinberg, approved last week. The fund today said it has now approved claims for 67 deaths and 113 injuries. Nearly 1,500 claims remain under review."

#DriveSafe   #MobileAutoWorks   #WeBringTheShopToYou   #SanJose   #SouthBay   #GMrecalls  

http://www.autonews.com/article/20150316/OEM11/150319887/plaintiffs-lawyers-say-gm-internal-documents-contradict-valukas
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