Older Car Maintenance in 5 Steps

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By Travelers
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Thanks to advancements in automotive technology, it is not unusual for many cars to stay on the road well beyond the 100,00-mile mark. Whether your motives are financial, nostalgia or just plain pride, there are plenty of reasons - and a few simple things you can do - to help your older car go the distance.

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