Car Care Guide – Be Car Care AwareBe Car Care Aware. #private #car #leasing


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More car fires happen every year from deferred maintenance than accidents. Keep your family safe; have your car checked today!

Regular oil changes are your best investment toward the longevity of your engine! Keep your car running longer with preventative maintenance!

Regular brake inspections are the best way to ensure safe and reliable braking and minimize the cost of repairs when brake service is needed. Safety comes first, have your brakes checked regularly!

Routine engine performance checks can be your best guarantee of good performance and fuel economy. Economical and dependable, have your engine checked today!

Signs of an alignment problem include uneven tire wear, shaking and the car pulling to one side. Annual alignment checks are your best way to maximize tire life and ensure that your car performs on the road as it should.

Proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage by more than 3% or ten cents per gallon when maintained regularly. Save money and wear and tear on your tires!

A loose gas cap can trigger the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon light. Make sure the cap is secure and tight. Always check!

Musty smell? It could be a dirty or clogged cabin air filter. Regular checks will protect your HVAC system and allow passengers to breathe easier.

Washing and polishing is the best way to protect your car’s finish from the damaging effects of acid rain. Your car is a big investment, take care of it!

Nearly 60% of people claim their driving behavior has changed due to rising gas prices, with 90% saying they drive less and 75% revealing that they are maintaining their vehicles better.

Regular vehicle maintenance improves fuel efficiency and produces less vehicle emissions. Help the environment and save a little money, have your car checked today!

Have your car’s brake system inspected annually, even if you don’t suspect any problems! Not all problems are noticeable- don’t risk an accident from faulty brakes!

Good fuel economy, performance and low emissions are all effects of an efficiently-operating engine. Keep your engine running right!

If your car requires major engine work, it may be more economical to have your engine rebuilt rather than buying a different car.

Cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns. Check coolant level frequently and change it according to your owner’s manual to prevent serious damage or engine failure.

Carbon monoxide from your car’s exhaust is odorless, colorless-and lethal. If you have any suspicions of a leak, have it checked out at once. Safety comes first!

Your car’s engine can use more than 10,000 gallons of air for every gallon of fuel burned, so it’s easy to see how big a job the air filter has. Does your air filter need to be replaced?

Inspect your car’s lights at every oil change. Visibility is crucial to staying safe on the road!

You should test your battery every fall. If your car’s battery is three years old or more, consider replacing it as the chance of failure increases. Does yours need to be replaced?

For longest automatic transmission life, have the fluid and filter changed every 24,000 36,000 miles. Does yours need to be changed?

Extreme weather is touch on wiper blades! Check and change wiper blades about every six months to ensure safety and visibility.

Some fluids levels, like coolant and brake fluid can be seen easily in their reservoirs once the hood is up. Take a look the next time you check your oil!

Smell something odd? Your car’s smells can indicate health problems. Check with your mechanic or owner’s manual about what they might mean.

If you perform your own oil changes, dispose of used oil properly! DO NOT pour down a sink or storm drain. Check with your local auto parts store or government for recycling options.

How your drive plays a role in your fuel consumption. Speeding, aggressive and jerky driving can reduce gas mileage as much as 33% on the highway and 5% on city streets.

A flashing check engine light indicates a problem that is currently happening and requires immediate attention.


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eG Enterprise for Citrix XenApp

Citrix Monitoring

Poor performance and slowdowns of Citrix XenApp are business impacting. Used to monitor some of the largest Citrix deployments in the world, the eG Citrix XenApp Monitor simplifies the discovery, diagnosis and resolution of performance problems that impact the user experience. Beyond just a Citrix monitoring tool, eG Enterprise elevates your Citrix software implementation with immediate, actionable performance answers.

You no longer have to guess why users complain that Citrix is slow . By monitoring, analyzing and correlating metrics across every layer, every tier of the Citrix service infrastructure, you can prove It s Not Citrix that is always the cause of a problem.

Challenges

Citrix XenApp is one of the most performance sensitive applications in the enterprise. Poor performance results in screen freezes, slow logins, slow application launches, keystroke lags, session disconnects, etc. Citrix slowness affects user productivity and has a significant business impact. Since a Citrix XenApp farm supports hundreds of users, a slowdown impacts all the users.

Identifying the exact cause of a Citrix XenApp performance issue is a challenge because there are many different tiers with inter-dependencies between them. Furthermore, any of the tiers can be hosted on virtual machines. Therefore a problem in one tier can impact all the other tiers.

Features

Total Performance Management for Citrix XenApp
  • Monitor the Citrix XenApp service end-to-end, not just individual silos
  • Get detailed insights into every layer, every tier including Citrix and non-Citrix tiers
  • Get unparalleled visibility into Citrix logons, latencies, users, applications
  • Diagnose problems in one click by relying on a patented automatic root-cause diagnosis technology
  • Right-size and optimize your Citrix XenApp infrastructure using historical performance trends and insights

Monitor the Citrix XenApp Service, Not Just the XenApp Servers

When a Citrix user complains about slowness, he/she is reporting about the performance of the entire Citrix service, not about a specific XenApp server. Performance issues with the virtualization platform, network, storage, or Active Directory can all cause Citrix user experience issues.

eG Enterprise s service topology provides a single pane of glass, correlated view into the performance of the Citrix service infrastructure end-to-end. By simply looking at the Citrix XenApp service topology and the color codes of the different tiers, even helpdesk personnel can quickly determine which tier the problem lies in and which administrator they need to call to resolve the problem.

Obtain Detailed Insights into Every Layer, Every Tier

With eG Enterprise Universal Insight, administrators have detailed visibility into the performance of every layer, every tier of the Citrix infrastructure – including the Citrix tiers and the non-Citrix tiers (VMware, storage, network, profile servers, Active Directory, etc.). Using agent or agentless monitoring, eG Enterprise collects key user experience and resource metrics for every tier.

The metrics are auto-baselined and any deviations from the norm are flagged as proactive alerts. The state of each tier is presented in an easy to understand layer model representation and alerts are prioritized automatically based on which layer they relate to. Administrators can now easily pin-point which layer is causing a problem.

Get Deep Visibility into Citrix XenApp Performance

eG Enterprise provides unparalleled visibility into Citrix XenApp performance. It tracks key user experience metrics such as what logon times did each user see, why was logon slow (due to profile loading, Active Directory authentication or group processing?), is any user connecting through a low bandwidth network, is any user using a lot of bandwidth and if so, why is the bandwidth usage high (e.g. A/V traffic), and what are the screen refresh latencies for users. Administrators also have access to session and application usage metrics such as which users are logged in, what applications are they using, what are the most popular and resource intensive applications in the farm.

For a complete list of Citrix XenApp monitoring capabilities of eG Enterprise, click here .

Diagnose Problems in a Single Click

eG Enterprise is the only automatic root-cause diagnosis solution for virtualized Citrix infrastructures. Its patented correlation engine analyzes and correlates performance across every Citrix service tier and helps administrators identify the cause of a performance issue – is it the network? Database? Application? Citrix? VMware? Storage?

Administrators no longer have to spend hours troubleshooting when a user says Citrix is slow . With just one click, they can pin-point the exact root-cause of a Citrix performance problem and fix it quickly. Even helpdesk personnel can use eG Enterprise to triage Citrix performance problems, so Citrix admins are not bothered if the issue is caused by a network, VMware, or a storage problem.

Right-Size and Optimize the Citrix XenApp Infrastructure
  • Executive reports provide high-level overviews of performance. Operations reports provide Citrix administrators with detailed drilldowns
  • Historical operations reports help Citrix architects assess performance before and after migration
  • Citrix architects can use the capacity planning, forecasting and overview reports to ensure that the infrastructure is right-sized and optimized and determine where future investments should be made
  • You can also use eG Enterprise for compliance reporting. Citrix session reports, user reports and application reports help determine who, when, what and how did users access the Citrix service

Benefits

  • By proactively detecting and resolving problems, you can ensure business continuity and keep Citrix users productive and satisfied
  • Increase business efficiency by ensuring great Citrix XenApp performance and uptime
  • eG Enterprise is a force multiplier for IT productivity. With the total Citrix performance visibility it offers, even helpdesk administrators can detect and resolve problems quickly
  • In-depth analytics enable Citrix architects optimize their XenApp farms to scale and support additional users
  • Provide a consistent and unified view for all the different stakeholders in your organization

Why eG? One Monitor to Manage All of IT.

  • eG Enterprise is the only single pane-of-glass, virtualization-aware, auto-diagnostic performance monitor
  • Only eG Enterprise automatically provides actionable answers to performance issues, wherever they originate
  • Get visibility across every tier of the physical and virtual infrastructure
  • Automate the identification of performance issues with patented correlation-intelligence technology
  • Pinpoint where urgent problems originate and exactly what tiers and processes are being affected
  • Ensure a great user experience and dramatically improve IT efficiency

eG Innovations provides the best value for the money coupling visibility and excellent reporting. Using their automatic root cause analysis we avoided throwing $$ at the problem and realized $20K in savings – immediately.

CEO, Office Port

With eG Innovations, we are reducing system maintenance and support costs, avoiding incremental IT spending and eliminating system downtime across the hospital. Performance and prediction reports help us optimize IT spending and save $100,000 per year.

Manager, ICT GHZ


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More car fires happen every year from deferred maintenance than accidents. Keep your family safe; have your car checked today!

Regular oil changes are your best investment toward the longevity of your engine! Keep your car running longer with preventative maintenance!

Regular brake inspections are the best way to ensure safe and reliable braking and minimize the cost of repairs when brake service is needed. Safety comes first, have your brakes checked regularly!

Routine engine performance checks can be your best guarantee of good performance and fuel economy. Economical and dependable, have your engine checked today!

Signs of an alignment problem include uneven tire wear, shaking and the car pulling to one side. Annual alignment checks are your best way to maximize tire life and ensure that your car performs on the road as it should.

Proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage by more than 3% or ten cents per gallon when maintained regularly. Save money and wear and tear on your tires!

A loose gas cap can trigger the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon light. Make sure the cap is secure and tight. Always check!

Musty smell? It could be a dirty or clogged cabin air filter. Regular checks will protect your HVAC system and allow passengers to breathe easier.

Washing and polishing is the best way to protect your car’s finish from the damaging effects of acid rain. Your car is a big investment, take care of it!

Nearly 60% of people claim their driving behavior has changed due to rising gas prices, with 90% saying they drive less and 75% revealing that they are maintaining their vehicles better.

Regular vehicle maintenance improves fuel efficiency and produces less vehicle emissions. Help the environment and save a little money, have your car checked today!

Have your car’s brake system inspected annually, even if you don’t suspect any problems! Not all problems are noticeable- don’t risk an accident from faulty brakes!

Good fuel economy, performance and low emissions are all effects of an efficiently-operating engine. Keep your engine running right!

If your car requires major engine work, it may be more economical to have your engine rebuilt rather than buying a different car.

Cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns. Check coolant level frequently and change it according to your owner’s manual to prevent serious damage or engine failure.

Carbon monoxide from your car’s exhaust is odorless, colorless-and lethal. If you have any suspicions of a leak, have it checked out at once. Safety comes first!

Your car’s engine can use more than 10,000 gallons of air for every gallon of fuel burned, so it’s easy to see how big a job the air filter has. Does your air filter need to be replaced?

Inspect your car’s lights at every oil change. Visibility is crucial to staying safe on the road!

You should test your battery every fall. If your car’s battery is three years old or more, consider replacing it as the chance of failure increases. Does yours need to be replaced?

For longest automatic transmission life, have the fluid and filter changed every 24,000 36,000 miles. Does yours need to be changed?

Extreme weather is touch on wiper blades! Check and change wiper blades about every six months to ensure safety and visibility.

Some fluids levels, like coolant and brake fluid can be seen easily in their reservoirs once the hood is up. Take a look the next time you check your oil!

Smell something odd? Your car’s smells can indicate health problems. Check with your mechanic or owner’s manual about what they might mean.

If you perform your own oil changes, dispose of used oil properly! DO NOT pour down a sink or storm drain. Check with your local auto parts store or government for recycling options.

How your drive plays a role in your fuel consumption. Speeding, aggressive and jerky driving can reduce gas mileage as much as 33% on the highway and 5% on city streets.

A flashing check engine light indicates a problem that is currently happening and requires immediate attention.


Car Care Guide – Be Car Care AwareBe Car Care Aware. #temp #car #insurance


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More car fires happen every year from deferred maintenance than accidents. Keep your family safe; have your car checked today!

Regular oil changes are your best investment toward the longevity of your engine! Keep your car running longer with preventative maintenance!

Regular brake inspections are the best way to ensure safe and reliable braking and minimize the cost of repairs when brake service is needed. Safety comes first, have your brakes checked regularly!

Routine engine performance checks can be your best guarantee of good performance and fuel economy. Economical and dependable, have your engine checked today!

Signs of an alignment problem include uneven tire wear, shaking and the car pulling to one side. Annual alignment checks are your best way to maximize tire life and ensure that your car performs on the road as it should.

Proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage by more than 3% or ten cents per gallon when maintained regularly. Save money and wear and tear on your tires!

A loose gas cap can trigger the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon light. Make sure the cap is secure and tight. Always check!

Musty smell? It could be a dirty or clogged cabin air filter. Regular checks will protect your HVAC system and allow passengers to breathe easier.

Washing and polishing is the best way to protect your car’s finish from the damaging effects of acid rain. Your car is a big investment, take care of it!

Nearly 60% of people claim their driving behavior has changed due to rising gas prices, with 90% saying they drive less and 75% revealing that they are maintaining their vehicles better.

Regular vehicle maintenance improves fuel efficiency and produces less vehicle emissions. Help the environment and save a little money, have your car checked today!

Have your car’s brake system inspected annually, even if you don’t suspect any problems! Not all problems are noticeable- don’t risk an accident from faulty brakes!

Good fuel economy, performance and low emissions are all effects of an efficiently-operating engine. Keep your engine running right!

If your car requires major engine work, it may be more economical to have your engine rebuilt rather than buying a different car.

Cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns. Check coolant level frequently and change it according to your owner’s manual to prevent serious damage or engine failure.

Carbon monoxide from your car’s exhaust is odorless, colorless-and lethal. If you have any suspicions of a leak, have it checked out at once. Safety comes first!

Your car’s engine can use more than 10,000 gallons of air for every gallon of fuel burned, so it’s easy to see how big a job the air filter has. Does your air filter need to be replaced?

Inspect your car’s lights at every oil change. Visibility is crucial to staying safe on the road!

You should test your battery every fall. If your car’s battery is three years old or more, consider replacing it as the chance of failure increases. Does yours need to be replaced?

For longest automatic transmission life, have the fluid and filter changed every 24,000 36,000 miles. Does yours need to be changed?

Extreme weather is touch on wiper blades! Check and change wiper blades about every six months to ensure safety and visibility.

Some fluids levels, like coolant and brake fluid can be seen easily in their reservoirs once the hood is up. Take a look the next time you check your oil!

Smell something odd? Your car’s smells can indicate health problems. Check with your mechanic or owner’s manual about what they might mean.

If you perform your own oil changes, dispose of used oil properly! DO NOT pour down a sink or storm drain. Check with your local auto parts store or government for recycling options.

How your drive plays a role in your fuel consumption. Speeding, aggressive and jerky driving can reduce gas mileage as much as 33% on the highway and 5% on city streets.

A flashing check engine light indicates a problem that is currently happening and requires immediate attention.


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More car fires happen every year from deferred maintenance than accidents. Keep your family safe; have your car checked today!

Regular oil changes are your best investment toward the longevity of your engine! Keep your car running longer with preventative maintenance!

Regular brake inspections are the best way to ensure safe and reliable braking and minimize the cost of repairs when brake service is needed. Safety comes first, have your brakes checked regularly!

Routine engine performance checks can be your best guarantee of good performance and fuel economy. Economical and dependable, have your engine checked today!

Signs of an alignment problem include uneven tire wear, shaking and the car pulling to one side. Annual alignment checks are your best way to maximize tire life and ensure that your car performs on the road as it should.

Proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage by more than 3% or ten cents per gallon when maintained regularly. Save money and wear and tear on your tires!

A loose gas cap can trigger the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon light. Make sure the cap is secure and tight. Always check!

Musty smell? It could be a dirty or clogged cabin air filter. Regular checks will protect your HVAC system and allow passengers to breathe easier.

Washing and polishing is the best way to protect your car’s finish from the damaging effects of acid rain. Your car is a big investment, take care of it!

Nearly 60% of people claim their driving behavior has changed due to rising gas prices, with 90% saying they drive less and 75% revealing that they are maintaining their vehicles better.

Regular vehicle maintenance improves fuel efficiency and produces less vehicle emissions. Help the environment and save a little money, have your car checked today!

Have your car’s brake system inspected annually, even if you don’t suspect any problems! Not all problems are noticeable- don’t risk an accident from faulty brakes!

Good fuel economy, performance and low emissions are all effects of an efficiently-operating engine. Keep your engine running right!

If your car requires major engine work, it may be more economical to have your engine rebuilt rather than buying a different car.

Cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns. Check coolant level frequently and change it according to your owner’s manual to prevent serious damage or engine failure.

Carbon monoxide from your car’s exhaust is odorless, colorless-and lethal. If you have any suspicions of a leak, have it checked out at once. Safety comes first!

Your car’s engine can use more than 10,000 gallons of air for every gallon of fuel burned, so it’s easy to see how big a job the air filter has. Does your air filter need to be replaced?

Inspect your car’s lights at every oil change. Visibility is crucial to staying safe on the road!

You should test your battery every fall. If your car’s battery is three years old or more, consider replacing it as the chance of failure increases. Does yours need to be replaced?

For longest automatic transmission life, have the fluid and filter changed every 24,000 36,000 miles. Does yours need to be changed?

Extreme weather is touch on wiper blades! Check and change wiper blades about every six months to ensure safety and visibility.

Some fluids levels, like coolant and brake fluid can be seen easily in their reservoirs once the hood is up. Take a look the next time you check your oil!

Smell something odd? Your car’s smells can indicate health problems. Check with your mechanic or owner’s manual about what they might mean.

If you perform your own oil changes, dispose of used oil properly! DO NOT pour down a sink or storm drain. Check with your local auto parts store or government for recycling options.

How your drive plays a role in your fuel consumption. Speeding, aggressive and jerky driving can reduce gas mileage as much as 33% on the highway and 5% on city streets.

A flashing check engine light indicates a problem that is currently happening and requires immediate attention.


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More car fires happen every year from deferred maintenance than accidents. Keep your family safe; have your car checked today!

Regular oil changes are your best investment toward the longevity of your engine! Keep your car running longer with preventative maintenance!

Regular brake inspections are the best way to ensure safe and reliable braking and minimize the cost of repairs when brake service is needed. Safety comes first, have your brakes checked regularly!

Routine engine performance checks can be your best guarantee of good performance and fuel economy. Economical and dependable, have your engine checked today!

Signs of an alignment problem include uneven tire wear, shaking and the car pulling to one side. Annual alignment checks are your best way to maximize tire life and ensure that your car performs on the road as it should.

Proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage by more than 3% or ten cents per gallon when maintained regularly. Save money and wear and tear on your tires!

A loose gas cap can trigger the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon light. Make sure the cap is secure and tight. Always check!

Musty smell? It could be a dirty or clogged cabin air filter. Regular checks will protect your HVAC system and allow passengers to breathe easier.

Washing and polishing is the best way to protect your car’s finish from the damaging effects of acid rain. Your car is a big investment, take care of it!

Nearly 60% of people claim their driving behavior has changed due to rising gas prices, with 90% saying they drive less and 75% revealing that they are maintaining their vehicles better.

Regular vehicle maintenance improves fuel efficiency and produces less vehicle emissions. Help the environment and save a little money, have your car checked today!

Have your car’s brake system inspected annually, even if you don’t suspect any problems! Not all problems are noticeable- don’t risk an accident from faulty brakes!

Good fuel economy, performance and low emissions are all effects of an efficiently-operating engine. Keep your engine running right!

If your car requires major engine work, it may be more economical to have your engine rebuilt rather than buying a different car.

Cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns. Check coolant level frequently and change it according to your owner’s manual to prevent serious damage or engine failure.

Carbon monoxide from your car’s exhaust is odorless, colorless-and lethal. If you have any suspicions of a leak, have it checked out at once. Safety comes first!

Your car’s engine can use more than 10,000 gallons of air for every gallon of fuel burned, so it’s easy to see how big a job the air filter has. Does your air filter need to be replaced?

Inspect your car’s lights at every oil change. Visibility is crucial to staying safe on the road!

You should test your battery every fall. If your car’s battery is three years old or more, consider replacing it as the chance of failure increases. Does yours need to be replaced?

For longest automatic transmission life, have the fluid and filter changed every 24,000 36,000 miles. Does yours need to be changed?

Extreme weather is touch on wiper blades! Check and change wiper blades about every six months to ensure safety and visibility.

Some fluids levels, like coolant and brake fluid can be seen easily in their reservoirs once the hood is up. Take a look the next time you check your oil!

Smell something odd? Your car’s smells can indicate health problems. Check with your mechanic or owner’s manual about what they might mean.

If you perform your own oil changes, dispose of used oil properly! DO NOT pour down a sink or storm drain. Check with your local auto parts store or government for recycling options.

How your drive plays a role in your fuel consumption. Speeding, aggressive and jerky driving can reduce gas mileage as much as 33% on the highway and 5% on city streets.

A flashing check engine light indicates a problem that is currently happening and requires immediate attention.