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Red, White, and Estoril Blue: How & Where to Catch the 2018 Fireworks Shows

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With the 4th of July just a few HOT days away, everyone here at Keeler BMW is getting exited for a day of family fun filled with fireworks! There are TONS of places to catch a fireworks show around the Capital Region, but what’s the best way to kick-back and look up to the sky? In a Keeler BMW Convertible, of course! With unobstructed views and seats much more comfortable than a summer BBQ lawn chair, catching the show from a BMW convertible is the way to go! 

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A MINIac’s List of Road Trip Essentials



We all have an ongoing love affair with a MINI and the great open road. Now that Spring is here and Winter is finally on its way out, it’s time to gear up your MINI for a Spring or Summer road trip!

 

Keeler MINI loves nothing more than an exciting adventure behind the wheel of a MINI Cooper or a MINI Cooper Convertible. Before you embark on your journey, have a multi-point inspection done to make sure that your MINI is in tip-top shade. Before you start mapping out routes and planning destinations, let our Service Department will make…

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What your MINI says about YOU



Are you in the market for a new MINI? Lucky you! MINIs are great, especially a Keeler MINI! Besides deciding which model to get, you also have the difficult task of… DECIDING WHICH COLOR TO GET! According to Bright Side, “color psychology suggests that we form preferences in color due to our personal traits or lack thereof.” So, when we choose a car the color we decide on reveals clues about who we are! Here…
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April Showers

  


We all know the jingle, “April showers bring May flowers!” The dreaded rainy month is almost here and while we are excited for Spring and its beautiful blooms, we have to get through the rain first! Sadly, each year wet pavement contributes to nearly 1.2 million traffic accidents. Here are a few driving tips to read up on before you’re caught “singing (in your BMW) in the rain” next:

 

Goal #1: See and be seen. Before you head out in a drizzle or a down pour, replace wiper blades that leave your view streaky and don’t clear…

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March Snow Storm: Driving Tips!



After today’s snow storm, we’ve sadly realized that Winter is indeed not quite over! Here are some tips for driving in this Winter Wonderland:

No work today? School’s closed? Before you head out on the roads, be sure to clear all snow, ice or dirt from your windows, grill, headlights, tail lights, and especially your roof! Why? If there’s snow or ice piled on top of your vehicle, it can fly…

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Spring Cleaning your MINI Cooper



Spring hasn’t officially sprung yet but before we know it, the warmer days will be here to stay in the Capital Region! What does this mean? It’s time for SPRING CLEANING! We typically “tidy” all of the usual spots in homes… Our closets, our kitchen pantries, our garages. But what about the inside of our cars? If you make the daily commute up and down the Northway, you’ll probably have an accumulation of empty coffee cups, half-drank water bottles, and used tissues on your passenger floor. Clean out the garbage this weekend and give your MINI’s…

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Ready for a Christmas Road Trip?



Dashing through the snow this Holiday season? There’s nothing quite like loading up the family into the MINI, putting on some Christmas music and heading to Grandmother’s house. While the initial excitement tends to wear off after a few hours into the drive, when you look back on these trips, the memories out-weigh the long miles.

 

For the sake of your mental and physical safety, here’s how to prepare for your upcoming Christmas road trip:

 

·      Prepare the MINI: Give your car a total clean-out before loading up all your…

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Snow Tires: Don’t Leave Home Without Them


Would you go “walking in a winter wonderland” in flip flops? NO! So why would you go “over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house” in summer tires? All weather tires are good basic tires, but when the snow begins to fall and roads begin to freeze, you’ll be much safer and have piece of mind with snow tires on your Keeler BMW.

 

Regardless if you’re behind the wheel of an xDrive AWD vehicle, or a classic rear-wheel drive BMW, traction and safety is maximized with snow tires. Why? The rubber used to create snow…

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