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Service Your Volvo for Fall in Plymouth, MA

Fall has arrived in Plymouth, MA, and the trees are alive with beautifully colored leaves. Make sure your Volvo vehicle is ready for the cooler weather with professional auto service from Volvo Cars Plymouth. Our factory-trained mechanics are well-versed about Volvo vehicles, but we can also service and repair cars from other brands. Wareham, MA drivers will like that we offer a free diagnosis and estimate for service or repairs before we even begin working on their vehicle.

Common Fall Auto Maintenance

Its sure to get cold this winter in Kingston, MA, but 

 

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Meet the Top-tier Service that Volvo Cars Plymouth Delivers to Customers

Our dealership experience goes beyond offering a great selection of new Volvo luxury cars in Plymouth, MA. We work hard to take our customer service further and provide every customer at Volvo Cars Plymouth with the services they need. Do you want to find a new luxury SUV or car? Is a pre-owned luxury vehicle what you will find gratifying? We can help you find the vehicle you have been dreaming of buying!

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Why You Should Not Drive with Winter Tires All Year Long

You spent a lot on a good set of winter tires and you want to make the most of them. We understand how you are feeling but we are here to let you know that it is not a good idea to drive with those tires in place during the warmer months.

Your winter tires are valuable and you do not want them to wear down. You should take them off your vehicle and set them aside when the weather is warm. Warm roads can mess up winter tires. Your tires will wear down much quicker in the summer than…

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Tips for Changing a Flat Tire

Sooner or later, every car owner experiences a flat tire. Unfortunately, flats can and do occur in inconvenient places, so to be able to change out tires yourself is a worthwhile skill to have. Here's a few tips to help you along.

First, make sure to find a safe, stable area in which to park your car. Once secured, loosen the tire's lug nuts before jacking up the car. After that, remove the lug nuts, wheel, and damaged tire and put on the spare tire. 

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