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Are Your Brakes in Good Condition?

 

We hope you know MileOne Autogroup is your source for vehicles of all sorts. Whether you’re shopping for new Acura cars, a used Subaru vehicle, or something else, we’re happy to help you find an automobile that will suit your preferences and fit your budget.

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Summer’s Almost Here! Is Your Car Ready for It?


While it might seem like it was just yesterday that we shared some tips about getting your vehicle prepared for spring, it’s already time to prep your automobile for yet another season – summer. With harsh sunlight, increased heat, more stop-and-go traffic, and plenty of dust, summer typically has a lot of elements that can wreak havoc on a car.

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Tips for Buying a Vehicle for Your Teenager

 

It might be hard to believe, but your baby is now old enough to drive. While it may seem like yesterday that you brought your bundle of joy home from the hospital, the time has come for you to buy your kid a car of their very own. Now, the question is whether you should buy a new or pre-owned vehicle.

Everyone at our automotive group near Washington, DC knows that parents located throughout the…

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Tips to Save at the Gas Pump

Whether you drive one of our new BMW cars, a used Subaru vehicle, or something else, you’re probably trying to figure out how you can save some money at the gas pump since the holidays are now just weeks away. Regardless of whether you’re trying to save some money in anticipation of the holidays or you’re simply looking for ways to trim your monthly budget over the long-term, the tips we’ve put together for you to save money on gas are useful year-round.

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The MileOne Certified Advantage Warranty

Whether you’re interested in a used Subaru or one of our other pre-owned cars, buying a previously owned automobile has several advantages that purchasing a brand new car doesn’t. Many people consider the biggest advantage of buying a pre-owned car to be the fact that buying a pre-owned vehicle prevents you from absorbing the rapid depreciation that occurs in the first year a vehicle is owned.

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