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What is the Difference Between a Compact Temporary and a Full-Size Spare Tire?

When your vehicle has a flat tire and you’re stuck on the side of the road, the objective is to get moving to a safe location as quickly as possible. That’s why it’s important to always have a spare and a jack. There are a couple of alternatives for a passenger car spare tire. You may opt for a donut, or compact temporary, or you might prefer to keep a full-size spare on hand.

A donut is smaller than a full-size tire, and it can only be used on a passenger vehicle. 

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Benefits of Buying Winter Wiper Blades

Although wipers are essential parts of a vehicle, most people do not love them. Most even forget to replace them when they wear out. The auto service staff here at MINI of Portland wants to remind you that the wipers are essential to your vehicle, as they determine the visibility as you drive and also determine how safe you and other road users are. Below are some reasons why you should buy winter wiper blades.

Sturdy frames that are more firm are used to make the winter blades. 

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Make Sure You Service Your MINI Soon!

Modern MINI vehicles are engineering marvels. Did you ever wonder how so much modern technology could fit into so small a package? Expert engineering! But these finely-tuned driving machines require an equal amount of care in maintaining them as they did when they were engineered. If you haven't had your new or used MINI serviced recently, we invite you to stop by our service department to have your oil changed, have your tires rotated, or whatever needs to be done. If in doubt, ask a MINI-certified service technician to give the car a good thorough inspection.

 

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Make Sure You Service Your MINI Soon!

Modern MINI vehicles are engineering marvels. Did you ever wonder how so much modern technology could fit into so small a package? Expert engineering! But these finely-tuned driving machines require an equal amount of care in maintaining them as they did when they were engineered. If you haven't had your new or used MINI serviced recently, we invite you to stop by our service department to have your oil changed, have your tires rotated, or whatever needs to be done. If in doubt, ask a MINI-certified service technician to give the car a good thorough inspection.

 

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