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    Cool about a sentence

    in the book---First Insight into Business,I encountered a sentence which puzzled me greatly, it said:
    Here are a few reasons why Kwik-Fit should be your first stop on the road to winter safety this year:...
    How to understand the part : first stop on the road to winter safety this year:...? Dose the sentence say that if you want to drive safely during the winter , you'd better go to the Kwit-Fit and have your tyre fixed? what's the meaning of the phrase such as first stop on the road to winter safety?
    I am looking forward to your explanations!

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    Re: about a sentence

    That is how I would have understand this sentence as well, just like you said. If you want to drive safely this winter, your first stop should be at Kwik-fit to check/change/fix your tyres.
    Please note I am not a teacher.

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