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What is the difference between smart key and keyless entry?
You have just purchased a new vehicle and you are very excited that it has a keyless entry. You are talking to one of your friends and during your conversation, you interchange “keyless entry” and “smart key.” You friend becomes confused because these two terms actually cannot be interchanged. So, which do you have, keyless entry or smart key entry? What is the difference between smart key and keyless entry? Keep reading as we learn more about these two features! (more...)
Does towing capacity include payload?
Whether you are towing a large trailer for work or for a weekend project, two things you need to know as a truck owner are towing capacity and payload. To break it down simply, the towing capacity is how much a truck can tow, and the payload is how much the truck can carry inside. Does towing capacity include payload? The short answer is no, towing capacity does not include payload, but the two do affect each other. Keep reading to see what we mean. (more...)
Why does my vehicle pull to one side?
You are going down the street and you are holding your steering wheel straight when you notice that your vehicle is drifting to the right or to the left. You hold the steering wheel at an angle, and everything seems to be better. However, it really is not. Have you been asking for a while now, “why does my vehicle pull to one side?” There are a couple of reasons your vehicle could be pulling. It might be because a tire on that side does not have enough air in it, or it might be because your vehicle needs an alignment. Keep reading as we discuss possible reasons that your vehicle is pulling one way or the other. (more...)
Where can I rent a vehicle in Houston?
Do you have a trip coming up? Maybe you have some planned maintenance on your vehicle coming up, and you need to plan ahead for how you are going to get around while your vehicle is being worked on. Have you been wondering, “where can I rent a vehicle in Houston?” You have come to the right place! At Coast to Coast Rent-A-Car in Houston, which is located in the same building as Coast to Coast Motors, we can get you into a rental car for a very reasonable price. Keep reading to learn more. (more...)
What is a differential and how does it work?
Have you ever given much thought about what it takes for your vehicle to go around a corner? Power has to get to your tires, and they have to move at different speeds so that one tires does not slip. However, both tires are on an axle. So how does this work? Introducing the differential. What is a differential and how does it work? In short, it is the reason why when you go around a corner the outside tire is able to spin faster than the inside tire. Keep reading to learn more. (more...)
How do I rotate my tires myself?
Tires are an essential part of your vehicle. While you need the engine to get power to your tires, you need tires to actually do the work of getting you from point a to point b. That is why rotating your tires every few thousand miles is important. How do I rotate my tires myself you are asking? Great question! (more...)
3 FAQs about buy here pay here dealerships
Have you heard the phrase, “buy here pay here” followed by the two words, “car dealership?” Have you always wondered what that meant? Maybe you are familiar with the phrase, but you need a refresher? You have come to the right place. Continue reading to get answers to 3 FAQs about buy here pay here dealerships. (more...)