Car Detailing Tips: Pet Hair!

If you have a pet hair problem in your vehicle, we at Willis Volvo Cars in Des Moines, IA have some tips to help you keep the hair under control! Consider limiting the pet hair in your car by limiting your pet to a specific area in your vehicle. Also, utilize some simple household supplies for quick and easy cleaning!

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Dreading Winter Driving? Stay Safe Using These Tips

Do you dread wintertime because of the hazardous driving conditions? Driving during winter weather conditions can definitely be a challenge. Here at Willis Volvo Cars, we want to help you meet that challenge. Here are our tips for driving in winter in Des Moines.

First, check the weather to know what to expect. If a blizzard is coming, you may want to delay your trip. If staying home is not an option, use the weather as a guide to know what to stock your car with. 

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Be Prepared to Charge a Car Battery

Being prepared to charge your car battery is something that every driver should have the skills to do. If you don't know how to charge your car battery, you should learn a little bit right away. At Willis Volvo Cars, we're happy to show you how you can be prepared for when your car battery fails.

The first thing you should know is that you should have a set of jumper cables or a remote car battery charger in your car at all times. But you also need to know some of the basic techniques.

Firstly, when you…

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Volvo V60 Cross Country

If you ware in the market for a luxury car that can seat five with a lot of room for cargo and passengers, then the Volvo V60 Cross Country wagon is one of the best choices available. It has a beautiful design and a long list of tech features to give it a cutting-edge feel.

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The Importance of Quality Brakes

Ideally, you will spend time and money caring for your vehicle's brakes as part of an overall vehicle maintenance routine. It is generally a good idea to have brake pads replaced every 20,000 miles or so or as directed by the manufacturer. You should also have drums and rotors dusted or cleaned to ensure that your brakes work properly.

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