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    How Does Gap Insurance Coverage Work?

    Last updated 2 years ago

    An insurance gap can end up costing you big time if you are not prepared with coverage. If you experience a collision or other type of accident, you may end up owing your insurance company more than the market value of your car. This difference is known as the insurance gap. With gap coverage from Chevrolet, Chevy will cover your gap difference, including your deductible. To learn more about how gap insurance coverage works, watch this video from Chevrolet.

    Gap insurance coverage is one of many great reasons to purchase a Chevrolet. For more information about the advantages of becoming a Chevy owner, contact Jerry’s Chevrolet by calling (410) 661-9100. Our Baltimore dealership can help you drive home in the brand new Chevy of your dreams. 

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    Last updated 2 years ago

    Can Your Chevy Handle the Maryland Snow?

    Last updated 2 years ago

    When you purchase a new car from the Chevrolet dealership, your vehicle will be equipped to handle all types of driving conditions. With the winter season in full swing, it is important to make sure that your new Chevy is ready for freezing temperatures and slick road conditions. By preparing your Chevrolet for winter driving, you can drive with confidence, all season long. Here is a look at some tips for preparing your Chevrolet for the winter months.

    Schedule an Oil Change
    To keep your vehicle running great during the winter months, it is an excellent idea to schedule an oil change. When you change your oil in the winter, you may want to switch to a low viscosity product. By using oil that is rated for winter temperatures, you can rest assured that your engine is properly lubricated when the weather drops below freezing.

    Replace Your Wiper Blades
    Proper visibility is a must when you are driving on winter roads. To ensure that you are able to see through your windshield when you are driving in a storm, it is an excellent idea to replace your wiper blades. With new wiper blades, you can ensure that your windshield is clear and dry as you are driving.

    Check Your Battery
    During the winter months, freezing temperatures can take a toll on your car’s battery. When you are preparing your Chevy for winter driving, you may want to inspect your battery for signs of age and wear. If your battery is low on fluid or corroded, you may want to purchase a replacement.

    When you purchase a new Chevrolet from Jerry’s Chevrolet, we will provide you with a complete range of automotive services. Our knowledgeable service team will help you keep your Chevy in perfect driving shape for many years and seasons to come. To set up a maintenance appointment for your car, call our Baltimore dealership at (410) 661-9100. 

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    Last updated 2 years ago

    Chevy is Revamping Its Key Cars in 2015

    Last updated 2 years ago

    In 2015, Chevrolet will introduce completely redesigned and refreshed versions of several of its key vehicles. Some of the newly redesigned Chevrolet models include the Cruze, the Volt, and the Camaro. In 2015, the Cruze will feature a new, lighter platform. In addition, this sedan will have several new powertain options. The Volt will also receive a redesign, with a fifth seat and a smaller 1.0-liter engine. For the 2015 model year, Chevrolet will also debut a new version of the iconic Camaro sports car. This new Camaro will have a lighter body weight and a brand new turbocharged engine.

    To learn more about what the coming model year has in store for Chevrolet, contact Jerry’s Chevrolet by calling (410) 661-9100. The friendly sales team at our Baltimore Chevrolet dealership will be happy to answer all of your questions about what’s new for the Chevrolet brand. We look forward to providing you with a great car shopping experience.

     

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