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Start your engines: Keep less-driven vehicles in top shape
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Start your engines: Keep less-driven vehicles in top shape

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With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic maintaining a hold on most aspects of our lives, car-obsessed Americans aren’t driving as much as they used to. In fact, according to Carinsurance.org, prior to the pandemic, Americans spent nearly six hours per week commuting by car, just short of an hour a day. Now drivers are on the road an average of just six minutes each day, or 42 minutes per week.

Here's a list of tips to help keep vehicles in top shape even if they’re being driven less.

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