Posted on 11/3/2016
Driving during winter is more hazardous than other seasons. Winter weather can also cause your car to have more unexpected breakdowns. Preparing your car for winter is important to staying safe and mobile.
Posted on 7/25/2016
Trading your old car in to a dealer when buying a new car is an easy way to get rid of your old car while getting money towards your new car purchase. Here are some tips to help get the most value out of your used car trade-in.
Posted on 6/20/2016
Many used car ads will make a big deal about low mileage and buyers often avoid cars with higher than average mileage. Is mileage the most important consideration when buying a used car?
Posted on 4/26/2016
When the weather is hot, your car's air conditioning is important for your comfort. Check out these tips to keep your car's A/C functioning as it should.
Posted on 1/19/2016
Buying a used car instead of new can save you thousands of dollars. However, you need to be careful when shopping for one. Cars are complicated machines with many things that can go wrong and be expensive to repair. Make sure to do your homework to find the right used car for you.
Posted on 10/5/2015
There are lots of used hybrid cars on the market nowadays. Buying used can be great way to save money on a hybrid. Before buying a used hybrid car, you'll want to have it inspected and there are some extra things to check out when buying a one that you don't have to look at on a traditional car.
Posted on 9/17/2015
Your car's exterior is constantly under attack when driving. Tree sap, pollen, road grim, bird droppings, and bugs are just some of the substances assaulting your paint. These substances can help break down your paint over time and eventually lead to rust if bare metal gets exposed. You can easily keep your car looking good and protect your paint with these car washing tips.
Posted on 8/25/2015
When you purchase a brand new car, it is covered under a warranty backed by the manufacturer. A new car buyer can feel confident that if something goes wrong with the car during the warranty period, the problem will be fixed by the manufacturer at no cost. What about used cars? Can used car buyers get coverage to protect against unexpected repair bills?