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Fred Lavery Company

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Directions Birmingham, MI 48009

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The Audi A5 Coupe is a Beautiful and Well-Designed Coupe


If you are searching for a fun little car to own and drive about in Birmingham, consider the Audi A5 Coupe. This is a popular luxury coupe and something that has design features that make it extra special.

The Audi A5 Coupe features a Singleframe grille. This is something that helps it stand out from other vehicles on the road and that shows that it truly is a special vehicle. The Audi A5 Coupe also features full LED headlights that light the road in front of you and that help your vehicle show up. These lights are well designed and…
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Performance Tires May Not Be Suitable for Your Vehicle

Summer tires may allow for better handling and traction in ideal weather conditions. However, if there is snow or ice on a road, those tires are going to offer little to no assistance. Furthermore, because of the way summer tires are constructed, it may not be possible to rotate them as often, which could lead to uneven wear.

Tires designed for use in all seasons can be effective as long as the temperature is above freezing. They can also gain traction with the road when there is a small amount of ice or snow on it. Therefore, it may be…

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Tips for Surviving Any Roadside Emergency


While you can't predict when a roadside emergency may happen, you can take action today to try and prepare for surviving one. These tips will get you in the best position to get back home safe.
  • Keep plenty of new batteries in your car to power up flashlights so you can flag for help in the dark or make repairs if the car power is out.
  • A couple cans of tire fix-a-flat can help get your vehicle from the side of the road to a local service station.
  • Bringing a small box with tools will put you in the…
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Does Your Car's Brake Pedal Feel Soft?

A spongy brake pedal may be an alarming experience, especially if it happens without any warning. A suddenly mushy pedal could mean that the brake fluid is leaking. It could also mean that the brake line has collapsed or gotten a hole in it.

Sometimes, the brake pedal goes soft over a period of weeks or months. The calipers could be slowly rusting, or there could be air in the brake lines. In some situations, wheel cylinders that are going bad could be the cause of the soft brakes. Bad wheel cylinders require a more extensive repair in order to…

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