Best Headlights for Cars, Trucks, and SUVs

January 4th, 2021 by
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Easy Upgrades for New Cars and Used Cars from Zeck Chevy in Purcell, OK One of the simplest ways to upgrade the functionality of your vehicle is to install new headlight bulbs, which are easy to purchase at your local auto parts store, or which can be selected and installed by certified technicians at Zeck…

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Winter Driving Tips in Purcell, Oklahoma

December 29th, 2020 by
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Learn About Car Maintenance, Parking, and More, from Zeck Chevrolet Snow and ice accumulation makes for a winter wonderland, but they don’t make for the best driving conditions on Oklahoma roadways. Sliding, car accidents, and necessary car maintenance requirements make winter one of many people’s least favorite seasons for getting behind the wheel. Zeck Chevrolet,…

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Why Buy a Pre-Owned Vehicle at Zeck Chevrolet?

November 23rd, 2020 by
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Get the Best Deals in Purcell, Oklahoma In the pre-owned versus new vehicle debate, there’s never a clear-cut winner. The truth is, whether you buy new or used is a personal choice. Only you can decide what type of vehicle will meet your needs. To help you understand the differences in purchases, we’ve assembled this…

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What’s the Difference Between Four-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive?

November 9th, 2020 by
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Find a Vehicle for Sale with All the Features You Want at Our Chevy Dealership in Purcell, Oklahoma Cars have four wheels, so you’d think four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive – meaning all four wheels – would be the same thing. Truth be told, it isn’t. Both of these systems are quite different from each…

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Why You Should Consider Buying an Affordable Vehicle

March 16th, 2020 by

At some point in our lives, everyone dreams about buying a shiny, sleek, new car. We dream about the way the interior smells when we step inside of our new car for the first time and let ourselves sink into the comfortable seating. We dream about the way the wheel turns around a sharp corner,…

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The Silverado 1500 vs. The Silverado 2500

February 18th, 2020 by

A good, reliable truck is arguably part of the American Dream. Sure, not all Americans like trucks or can use them to get around, but statistics are clear – pickups rival SUVs in vehicle popularity in the United States. One of the best selling trucks in the United States is none other than the all-American…

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The History of the Chevy Camaro

February 10th, 2020 by

When we think of muscle cars, we often think of highly souped-up vehicles that have had a lot of work done to them to make them perform to a car owner’s liking. Often, the interior will have been completely re-done to fit the driver’s taste. Custom paint jobs are usually common on the outsides of…

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DIY Tips for Removing Minor Dents and Scratches

January 20th, 2020 by

Most car owners have been in the unfortunate position of discovering a scratch or dent on their car. Maybe the scenario looked like this – you were walking back to your vehicle in the parking lot of the grocery store, when suddenly the light hit it in an unexpected way. Your eyes were drawn to…

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Chevy Has Big Goals for New Suburban & Tahoe

January 6th, 2020 by

The Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe have been two of Chevrolet’s best-selling full-size SUVs for many years. The Suburban has been in production since 1935, meaning it has been around for nearly 100 years, and has remained popular among Chevrolet owners since then. It has even been part of the GMC lineup – but has since…

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History of Chevrolet

December 30th, 2019 by

History can be fascinating if you give it a chance. It continuously shows you that everything is intertwined and connected. Historical intricacies have made the minds of science fiction writers twirl for decades – but the great thing about history is that learning about the history of something can change the way we think about…

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