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  1. #11

    I know that when you buy a

    I know that when you buy a car a little precaution is required, but it's not like using it in V8 hot laps. Sooner or later a running-in is required. I used to drive a lot with my new car and nothing happened.

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  3. #12
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    I don't have so much

    I don't have so much experience with the hybrid cars. A friend of mine, who works at a NH used cars service once told me that a lot of people encounter problems with their new cars because they push the pedals too hard. Maybe that applies also to the hybrid cars.

  4. #13

    When you buy a car you

    When you buy a car you should be more prudent. I'm not a used cars iowa specialist, but I can tell that one should be more conservative when breaking his car's pedals. At least for the first hundreds of miles.

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    Prius should be able to deal

    Prius should be able to deal with the gear from the beginning. I used to try once a hybrid car at a Dodge dealers Des Moines agency and everything was fine. Still, I didn't push the pedals too hard.

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    I was speaking with someone

    I was speaking with someone from Jeep dealership Miami about this thing and he told me that it might be because the ecological tires have been released on the market. Although friendlier with the environment, these kind of tires weather very fast so one mustn't force the car too much.

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