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Summer Driving Tips

A summer road trip has quickly become the go-to vacation for Americans throughout the country. We here at Crossroads Automotive of Corinth have some summer driving tips to ensure everything goes smoothly on your...

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Changing a Flat: The Basic Steps

Any experienced driver will tell you there are few things more disheartening than getting a flat tire. Whether you have a blowout on a highway or your tire deflates overnight, it’s essential to know...

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2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2

Off-roading is becoming more and more popular as the days go by. As automakers continue to add more off-road technologies to their lineups, Chevrolet is ready to stand above the rest. The all-new 2017...

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Holiday Road Trip Driving Tips

If you’re taking a holiday road trip this December, there are some things you need to keep in mind to keep yourself and your passengers safe and get to your destination in one piece....

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Car Decoration Ideas for the Holidays

Most people put decorations up around their house for the holidays, but a great way to show your love of the holidays wherever you go is to decorate your car. There are tons of...

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What’s the Difference Between the Silverado and the Colorado?

Chevrolet produces a lot of great cars, but some of their most popular options are their pickup trucks. They’re high-quality and reliable, so the decision often comes down to which one to buy. The...

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How to Use Your Backup Camera Safely

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are more than 200 deaths and over 15,000 accidents each year caused by accidents from backing up. As a way to solve this problem, car...

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Tips for Saving Gas

Although gas prices have dropped significantly over the last year or two, there are still plenty of good reasons to save gas. It’s good for the environment, it keeps supply high, and it saves...