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Signs Your Car is Beyond Saving

It is not unusual for us to become attached to our vehicles, especially given the amount of time we spend…

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Car Removal 101: 6 Ways To Get Rid Of Your Old Car

Car removal is necessary because old cars could clutter your garage or yard. Generally, it takes up the spaces you…

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Understanding The Difference Between Primary Restraint Systems and Secondary Restraint Systems in Vehicle Safety

Restraint systems and what they represent. When it comes to car safety, you need to know a few key things….

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Tire Ratings and Why They’re so Odd

Tire ratings are downright weird and you may not have known that. Notably, tires are rated for maximum speed with…

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4 Questions Every Driver Should Ask

If you are the owner of a car, there is much to consider before, during, and after the drive. While…

 1 Comment on 8 Ways to Reduce Gas Consumption
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8 Ways to Reduce Gas Consumption

Reducing gas consumption during a shortage. The hacking of the Colonial Pipeline caused a major breakdown in gasoline delivery that…

 1 Comment on 7 Steps to Buying a New Vehicle
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7 Steps to Buying a New Vehicle

Shopping for a new vehicle can be challenging, especially with prices all over the place. Locating a vehicle is easy,…

 1 Comment on The Value of Your Vehicle, Post Accident
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The Value of Your Vehicle, Post Accident

If you get into an accident, including one that is of no fault to your own, your vehicle’s value will…

 1 Comment on What Causes a Car to Lose Value?
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What Causes a Car to Lose Value?

Your new vehicle loses value immediately, costing you big bucks every year. It is inevitable: you purchase a new vehicle…

 2 Comments on Is It Possible to Beat a Speeding Ticket?
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Is It Possible to Beat a Speeding Ticket?

Don’t throw down the towel when you get a speeding ticket. Welcome to the world of speeding tickets! You might…

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Do These Things to Protect Your Vehicle if You Don’t Have a Garage

Protecting your vehicle from the elements is just one reason why a car cover is a sensible investment. For most…

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The Average New Vehicle Transaction Price Tops $40,000

What price will you pay for your next vehicle? Shop for a new vehicle and you’re likely to shell out…

 2 Comments on 10 Reasons Your Car May Not Be Performing Well (and How to Fix It)
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10 Reasons Your Car May Not Be Performing Well (and How to Fix It)

Remember when you bought your new car? Driving off the lot with the engine whirring and tires grinding uphill effortlessly,…

 2 Comments on The GMC Sierra’s MultiPro Tailgate
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The GMC Sierra’s MultiPro Tailgate

A 6-trick MultiPro tailgate that might be the tool you always wanted. You may have seen the commercial or perhaps…

 3 Comments on The Best Ways to Care for Your Tires
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The Best Ways to Care for Your Tires

Tires are the only thing that separates your car from the road. Thousands of pounds of automobile are riding on…

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6 Year-End Car Buying Tips

The best opportunities to purchase a new vehicle is during a manufacturer’s transition times, including model changeover, the end of…

 1 Comment on What Everyone Ought to Know About Selling a Car
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What Everyone Ought to Know About Selling a Car

Selling a car is a slam dunk, right? Once you put your car on the market, the buyers will line…

 1 Comment on How to Get the Most Auto Insurance Coverage for the Money
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How to Get the Most Auto Insurance Coverage for the Money

The cost of auto insurance puts a huge dent in some wallets. Drivers in Michigan, Louisiana, and Oklahoma pay far…

 2 Comments on How to Prepare Your Car for a
Long, Hot Summer
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How to Prepare Your Car for a
Long, Hot Summer

Extreme weather can take its toll on your car, making it difficult to get it started on cold mornings and…

2017 Kia Sorento.
 1 Comment on How to Make a Trade In for a New Lease
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How to Make a Trade In for a New Lease

Think “trade in” and your mind probably equates that action with purchasing a new car. Although the majority of trade-ins…

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New Vehicle Owners
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Lemon Law Guidance for
New Vehicle Owners

When you purchase a new car, you expect it to operate as planned. However, some models are prone to problems…

 1 Comment on 4 Common Car Recall Misconceptions
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4 Common Car Recall Misconceptions

Tens of millions of cars are recalled each year, representing problems that may occur after a car has been sold….

 3 Comments on IIHS Crash Testing and Your Insurance Premiums
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IIHS Crash Testing and Your Insurance Premiums

Both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) conduct crash tests to…

 5 Comments on 6 Points About Buying a Used Car
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6 Points About Buying a Used Car

You’re in the market for a used car, but you don’t know what to expect. Prices are all over the…

 3 Comments on How to Save Money on Car Insurance
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How to Save Money on Car Insurance

Your car insurance costs may be on the rise with several factors possibly contributing to that increase. For example, a…

 2 Comments on Fuel Types and Your Car
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Fuel Types and Your Car

Have you been to a service station lately? Unless you are part of the small cohort of electric vehicle devotees,…

 4 Comments on Tire Sidewall Code Deciphering 101
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Tire Sidewall Code Deciphering 101

Have you read your tire lately? Perhaps a more accurate question to ask would be this one: do you know…

 1 Comment on Gap Insurance May Save You Thousands of Dollars
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Gap Insurance May Save You Thousands of Dollars

Here’s an unpleasant thought: you buy a new car and within months it’s stolen or totaled following an accident. You…

 4 Comments on How to Resolve a Private Seller Lien
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How to Resolve a Private Seller Lien

Remove the lien and take ownership of the vehicle. When shopping for a used car, you stand to save money…

 2 Comments on Is My Car E85 Capable?
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Is My Car E85 Capable?

Ethanol-blended fuel is generally sold as E85, consisting of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent straight gasoline. This particular fuel…