Preparation Tips for Jump Starting a Car

March 30th, 2018 by

When you need to jump start your car, the first thing that you should do is to make sure your battery terminals are free of any acid corrosion. If there is a noticeable white substance appearing on the battery terminals, clean them prior to initiating a jump start. After locating a vehicle to jump start…

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Important Factors to Consider About Your Timing Belt

March 22nd, 2018 by

Your car's timing belt is probably one of the last things you think about when it comes to vehicle maintenance. However, without a timing belt, most cars on the road today would not run at all. The timing belt turns your car engine's crankshaft, which then drives the camshaft. One of the biggest takeaways about…

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Explore Your Front Wheel Drive vs Rear Wheel Drive Options

February 28th, 2018 by

"Front-wheel drive" describes a type of automotive engine that delivers strength to the wheels located in the front. If a transmission system sends power in that direction, then it's categorized as being a front-wheel drive model. Rear-wheel drive vehicles are a whole other ballgame. These refers to engines that give power to the wheels that…

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Extreme Temperatures Start a Domino Effect at the Expense of Your Battery

February 16th, 2018 by

Winter is not only tough on your chapped hands, dry lips and challenged immune systems, it’s also hard on your car. Everything in your vehicle tends to struggle a little more when it gets really cold outside, and this domino affect can lead you to be stranded with a dead battery on your hands. How…

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What Do Motor Oil Viscosity Ratings Mean?

February 9th, 2018 by

When you hear the word viscosity used to refer to types of motor oil, it’s important to remember that viscosity just means the thickness of a fluid. Motor oil is an important aspect of keeping your engine running smoothly. Oil that’s too thin doesn’t lubricate the parts well enough. When it’s too thick, it overworks…

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What Does an Alternator Do for Your Vehicle?

January 29th, 2018 by

The initial jump to get your car charged and running occurs through the battery when you first turn over the ignition. The power is transferred to the alternator once the car’s running. The alternator connects to the engine with a rubber belt. Alternators last for many years without needing to be serviced. Their life expectancy…

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Reduce Danger with the Move Over Law

January 11th, 2018 by

Although many are not even aware that there is a Move Over Law, this regulation is in fact a law and not just a guideline. It requires that your switch lanes or slow down when passing a vehicle that has stopped by the side of the road for safety reasons. Many people have been fatally…

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Schedule Honda Service Online at Sons Honda

January 8th, 2018 by

If you’re busy like most people throughout McDonough, then you probably could use any extra help you can in getting things done. When it comes to scheduling personal appointments, sometimes it can take longer than necessary just to get the task completed. With a little help from Sons Honda, your next vehicle service appointment doesn’t…

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5 Reasons SUV’s are More Romantically Resourceful

December 30th, 2017 by

Sedans and sports models are so passé, especially when it comes to creating the right mood and vibe to manifest a romantic day, night or even a whole week if that's your fancy! Impromptu Overnight Trips – are so much more romantic if you get stuck anywhere or decide to just get away for a…

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Why is Horsepower Important?

December 28th, 2017 by

We often get questions about the importance of horsepower from customers that come to our McDonough, GA Honda showroom. James Watt coined the term horsepower. James was a celebrated engineer for his work in improving steam engines and inventing 60-watt light bulbs in early 1800’s. Horses were the chief source of energy those days, and…

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