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Service Tips to Help Your Car Power Through Winter

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Ah, winter. Love it or hate it, there's no denying that winter doesn't do your vehicle any favors. From horrid driving conditions to a unique array of challenges brought on by plummeting temperatures, winter certainly seems to have it out for motorists. Fortunately, with a little winter service here at Button Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, you can provide your vehicle with the edge it needs to help you enjoy a smoother transition into warmer weather.

Here are a few of our top winter service tips to help you triumph over the season's harshest challenges:

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Knocking down pins to build up scouts

STEEE-RIKE! The sixth annual Art Anderson Bowl-a-thon is less than a month away and will give Boy Scouts of America Sagamore Council the opportunity to attend summer camp at Camp Buffalo through an endowment made in the name of Art Anderson, former life-long Boy Scout and assistant scoutmaster.


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Full Plow Truck Call-Out Planned for winter weather arriving this Weekend



The National Weather Service has predicted 2 to 6 inches of snow and possible ice for west central Indiana from late Friday night through early morning Sunday and has a majority of central Indiana under a Winter Storm Watch. The northern portion of our district is currently under a Winter Storm Warning.

INDOT will continue with full crews reporting in at noon on Saturday and…

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INDOT Yellow Trucks will be out ahead of snow arriving Tonight



WEST CENTRAL, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation Crawfordsville District will have our yellow salt trucks deployed in west central Indiana ahead of the snow arriving tonight.  INDOT reminds motorists to be cautious while traveling during this upcoming winter weather.

The forecast is calling for 4-7” of snow to begin around midnight and continue through…

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This Holiday Weekend, Travel Safely and Plan Ahead

 

NORTHWEST INDIANA – Americans plan to travel pretty far to get their turkey fix this Thanksgiving, so says the American Automobile Association (AAA).

It’s projected that more than 54 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles this Thanksgiving, which would be the most since 2005 and almost a five percent increase over 2017.

With…

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