Connect

Free Classifieds Blog

  • Jul 31, 2015
    All Vehicles All The Time

    We’ve Specialized In Cars


    By Tom Catuosco


    When the TheRoadCode.com launched in 2012, it started as an information sharing site aimed at real estate agents, car sellers, and business owners looking to promote their wears. Over time, The Road Code evolved into a full scale classified site including general merchandise and employment listings as we saw what people were looking for and what features were being used the most. We’re continuing to evolve, and that brings us to the next step in our evolution. In early August, TheRoadCode.com is transitioning to a website dedicated exclusively...

  • Jul 16, 2015
    Is Premium Gas A Waste Of Money?

    Premium Gas Burns Your Wallet


    By Tom Catuosco


    Purchasing gas for your car, you’re usually offered a choice of three grades of gas - Regular, Mid-Grade, and Premium / Super. Regular gas is the least expensive and Premium is the most expensive. So what do these different grades of gasoline actually mean, and is it worth spending money on the “good stuff”?


    How Does Your Car’s Engine Make Power? - To understand the different grades of gas, it’s good to have an understanding of how your car’s engine actually works. Here’s a very basic description. (If you don’t feel like learning something,...

  • Jul 9, 2015
    4 Car Air Conditioning Maintenance Tips

    Keep Your Car Cool When It’s Hot Outside


    By Tom Catuosco


    It’s summer again. That means hot, humid weather. Thank god for air conditioning...especially in your car. Without air conditioning, driving your car would be like traveling in a rolling greenhouse. When your car’s AC stops working properly, driving can be a miserable experience. Here are 4 tips to keep your car’s AC working properly.


    Use the AC at least once a week - You should run your car’s air conditioning system at least once a week throughout the year. Like many mechanical systems, your car’s AC doesn’t like to go...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Sep 12, 2014
    Ran When Parked - Five Used Car Ad Code Words

    Read Between the Lines of Used Car Ads


    By Tom Catuosco


    When you are looking for a used car, you’ll no doubt read a lot of used car ads posted online by various sellers. Some used car ads are pretty straightforward and the seller actually describes the vehicle with a minimum of BS. You will, however, read many used car ads where the seller employs “creative” language to paint a pretty picture of a car that’s actually a basket case. Here are 5 common terms employed by people selling used cars and what they often mean in reality.


    Ran When Parked - Ran when parked means just what it says. The car was in...

  • Jun 30, 2014
    Car Dealer Advertising & Inventory Data Feeds

    Free Listings For Your Vehicles


    By Tom Catuosco


    Are you a car a dealer looking for new places to advertise your vehicles for sale? Would you like it if this advertising didn’t cost you anything? Then welcome to TheRoadCode.com. We’re an online classified website that is free to use - not just free to the general public, but free for car dealers to post vehicles for sale, too. Just because you’re in business selling cars, we won’t treat you like a second class citizen and charge you 5 bucks an ad like some other classified sites.


    TheRoadCode.com lets you post ads for cars (and other...

1 2 
BBB Accredited Business
Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved - The Galicia Group, LLC.
270 Sparta Avenue Suite 104 PMB 307 Sparta, NJ 07871