Tip & How-To about Yugo Cabrio

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A broom is the quickest way to clean snow from a car. You can cut the handle down on the broom and store it in the trunk.

Never warm your car in an attached garage and never with the garage door closed.

When tuning up your car, set the gap on spark plugs using the widest gap that the manufacturer recommends. Your car will run better, idle better, and will give you better gas mileage.

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