What's The Difference Between Oversteer And Understeer?

Have you ever wondered what the difference between oversteer and understeer in cars is? When it comes to driving, these two terms are thrown around a lot. What do they mean when we're talking about cars? Well, if you've been wondering how to tell the difference between oversteer and understeer in cars, then this article will answer your question!

First, let's start out with the definition of oversteer and understeer.

  • Oversteer - This is when a car turns more than expected because of an increase in speed around a turn. 
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Reasons Your Tire Pressure Light is Illuminated

When you see your tire pressure light illuminated, it means there is a problem with the air pressure in one or more of your tires. And this can be dangerous - driving on low-pressure tires can lead to significant wear and tear on your vehicle's suspension system. So what should you do? First, find out which tire has low air pressure (usually indicated by the red warning light). Next, check the owner's manual for specific instructions about how to inflate that particular type of tire. If no information is available, follow these general guidelines:


 

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Bumper To Bumper Warranty Vs Powertrain Warranty

The manufacturer will cover any defects with your new vehicle's components, such as transmission, engine, driveshafts, and axles, which are parts that are crucial to your vehicle. Most coverages are restricted to a number of years of ownership or a certain number of miles driven. Depending on the engine type, the most common powertrain warranties are five years or 60,000-100,000 miles.

A bumper-to-bumper warranty, on the other hand, covers everything from bumper to bumper. This category would include electronics, audio systems, heating and cooling systems, 

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Some Engine Oil Myths that Can Harm Your Engine

It is a general rule that cars require oil to run smoothly. The primary duty of engine oil is to lubricate the engine parts and protect them from corrosion, dirt, and sludge. However, there are some rumors about engine oil that are not always true.

For example, some people always claim to change their oil every 3,000 or 5,000 miles. Others go ahead that once your engine oil turns black, it's time to change the oil. Although some of these statements are true if you have an old car with an old engine, the views are usually…

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Check out These Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Performance Features

If you have recently been looking into the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, then Heritage Mitsubishi Morrow would like to shine a light on some of this SUV's dependable performance features. Firstly, the powertrain of the Eclipse Cross is quite impressive. A Continuously Variable Transmission and a direct-injection 1.5-liter engine unit contribute to the excellent performance of the Eclipse Cross' powertrain.

What else can Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross divers take advantage of in the area of performance? Whether you need your Mitsubishi SUV to excel at handling, 

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What to do if you're in an accident

Getting in an accident is always scary and draining. Many people fail to know the right steps to take, which can lead to many mistakes that are made. You'll need to inspect the damage and take photos of everything to hand over to your insurance company. It's also important to look for anyone who has injuries, which will require calling 911.

Another step to take is to get the information of the other driver to give to your insurance company. You'll also need to provide your insurance card and driver's license.

You can consider contacting the…

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Back-to-School Service at HERITAGE MITSUBISHI-MORROW for Your Vehicle!

At HERITAGE MITSUBISHI-MORROW, we always want to ensure that your vehicles are ready for the back-to-school rush. Back to school is one of the busiest times of the year, so it is crucial to get your vehicles in to have them serviced so that you and your family are as safe as possible while you drive.

During back-to-school service, we will make sure to inspect your tires so we can tell you if they have enough tread for the school year or if you will need to get new tires. We will also check and top off all of the…

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Planning a Leaf-Peeping Road Trip

This fall, you may be thinking of taking a trip to New England to enjoy the beautiful autumn foliage. If that's the case, you are in for a treat with the season's spectacular color displays. Prior to setting out, however, you'll want to keep some tips in mind to make the most of your adventure.

Get up Early

Waking up early, and ideally hitting the road earlier in the day, gives you a better chance of seeing the most stunning colors on a cool fall morning. You will also beat the majority of other leaf-peepers on the…

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Introducing the New Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is roaring into 2022 with a fresh look, including a boost in performance. This popular compact SUV has the power that you need in a vehicle of this size. You can check out the latest entry when you visit us today at Heritage Mitsubishi-Morrow.

The Eclipse Cross features a 1.5L direct-injection turbo engine, offering you a quick burst of power. This motor pairs with a standard CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) along with an 8-speed Sport Mode for nimble acceleration.

The Eclipse Cross also comes equipped with an Active Yaw Control system. 

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Apple CarPlay Overview

Apple CarPlay has been around since 2014. You can use this feature inside of your car if you have an IOS 9 or greater. The purpose of Apple CarPlay is to make it safer for you to use your iPhone while in the car. In fact, you do the same things with Apple CarPlay that you do with your iPhone. You can set up Apple CarPlay by hooking it up via a USB cable. You can also set up wireless Apple CarPlay if your vehicle is equipped for it.

You can operate Siri with your Apple CarPlay. There are two…

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