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  • Jul 2, 2015
    4 Things To Know About Car Recalls

    Is Your Car Safe?

    By Tom Catuosco

    Every year, auto manufacturers recall millions of vehicles. A recall is when a car company or the NHTSA determines that a particular vehicle model or range of models has a defect that affects the safety of the vehicle. When a recall is issued, the manufacturer will generally fix the problem at no cost to the vehicle’s owner.

    How Do I Know if my car is recalled?

    If you bought the car when it was new, the manufacturer should have your address on file and will notify you through the mail of the recall and provide instructions on how to get the problem fixed on...

  • Mar 23, 2015
    5 Differences Between Independent & Franchise Used Car Dealers

    What’s the difference? Independent vs Franchise Car Dealerships

    By Tom Catuosco

    When you’re looking to buy a used car from a dealership, you have two choices. You can buy from an “independent” dealership or a “franchise” dealership. Independent car dealerships and franchise car dealerships each have strengths and weaknesses when compared with each other.

    Independent Car Dealers - These are used car dealerships that don’t have agreements with any particular car manufacturers to sell certain makes of vehicle and they won’t feature the name of any particular manufacturer in their name. They’ll usually have names like...

  • Jan 21, 2015
    7 Used Car Buying Mistakes

    7 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Used Car

    By Tom Catuosco

    Buying a car is a major decision for most people. Aside from their home, a car is the second costliest thing most people purchase. Even if you’re buying a used car, you’ll still be spending a substantial amount of money. When buying a car, especially a used one, there are some major mistakes people often make that cost them lots of time and money. Here are 7 common mistakes to avoid when buying a used car.

    Not Researching - The very first thing you should do when you’re looking to buy a used car is figure out what type or specific...

  • Dec 18, 2014
    5 Best Used Family Cars Under $10,000

    Our Top 5 Used Sedan Choices For Less Than $10K

    by Tom Catuosco

    Buying a used car is a great way to save substantial money over buying new. It can also be a bit intimidating finding the right used car, as there are so many choices and it’s tough to know which cars can hold up after a number of years and miles to be considered good choices when buying used. If you’re in the market for a good, used family car, here are 5 sedans that are great values and can be found for less than $10,000.

    Hyundai Elantra - Hyundais were considered nothing more than cheap, basic transportation when they first came...

  • Dec 2, 2014
    What Employers Look for on a Resume

    5 Tips For Writing a Great Resume

    By Paul Brocky

    According to the Federal Labor Department, employers spend an average of 15-20 seconds looking at a potential employee's resume. Not much time, right? So what key elements are necessary and what eye catching highlights should you include in your resume?

    Start with the basics. Think of your resume as a quick snapshot of who you are and what you can bring to the table. An employer has your resume for one purpose and one purpose only. That’s to prescreen you for a formal interview. They want to quickly glance at your skills, work experience and education to...

  • Nov 23, 2014
    5 Deep Fried Thanksgiving Foods

    5 More Things to Deep Fry this Thanksgiving

    by Paul Brocky

    Well its that time of year again! The World Series of backyard deep frying……..Thanksgiving.

    As a follow up to last year’s blockbuster article on the basics of Turkey Deep frying we are proud to present 5 more delicious deep fried recipes for Thanksgiving.

    Now you may be thinking - Every Thanksgiving, why does The Road Code post a blog about deep frying all kinds of things. Well for us its a nice break from running, designing, programming upkeeping and promoting an awesome classified website. Plus we love deep fried foods...

  • Nov 21, 2014
    Five Top Jobs in 2015

    5 Hot Careers for 2015

    By Tom Catuosco

    When you’re deciding on a career, you want to pick a job in a field that is projected to keep growing in the future. Having skills that are in demand is important, but more important is having skills that will stay in demand years from now so you don’t find yourself having to jump from career to career.

    Here are five jobs that are projected to stay in demand by employers in the coming years.

    Home Health Aide - Home health aides have been in demand for quite a while and the demand is projected to increase as the baby boomer generation ages and...

  • Nov 12, 2014
    5 Tips To Prevent Burglaries During The Holidays

    Deter Burglars From Targeting Your House

    By Tom Catuosco

    The holiday season stretching from November to the end of the year is a prime time for burglars. People leave their homes unoccupied for hours or days on end while they’re off visiting friends or relatives. Often times, these unoccupied homes are loaded with expensive holiday gifts. Burglars prefer to break into unoccupied homes, especially ones with brand new expensive items waiting inside for them. Most burglars prefer homes that are easy to get into and can be robbed quickly. The more effort it takes for a burglar to rob your home,...

  • Oct 15, 2014
    Cammack Tucker Collection at the AACA Museum

    The World’s Biggest Collection of Tucker Cars and Memorabilia

    By Tom Catuosco

    We write a lot of car related articles for this blog - not only because our website advertises cars for sale, but also because my co-founder, Paul, and I both love cars. It was with great pleasure that we recently attended the grand opening of the Cammack Tucker Collection at the AACA Museum in Hershey, PA. The museum’s Cammack Gallery houses the world’s largest single collection of “Tucker 48” cars and related items. For anyone interested in cars, and the Tucker in particular, it is really something amazing...

  • Oct 6, 2014
    Top 5 Haunted Houses in America

    5 of the Country’s Most Haunted Houses

    By Tom Catuosco

    In the spirit of Halloween coming up in a few weeks, we asked our users to tell us which houses in the United States they believe are the most haunted. The following 5 houses received the most submissions.

    Spy House - Port Monmouth, NJ

    This haunted house was originally built in 1648. It was added onto in subsequent years and eventually moved to its present location. Officially called the Seabrook-Wilson House, it’s nicknamed the “Spy House” because it was run as a tavern during the Revolutionary War and frequented by British...

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