Shopping For A Car? Understanding The Purchase Process

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Shopping For A Car? Understanding The Purchase Process

As soon as I turned 16, I knew that cars were going to be a long-time love of mine. I purchased my first car about a month after I got my license, and it was amazing to experience the freedom that came with automotive ownership. However, after that vehicle died, I was faced with shopping for and purchasing a newer vehicle, which proved to be more challenging. This blog is all about shopping for a new car and knowing what to look for. After all, since you might be driving that ride for awhile, you need to think carefully about your decision.

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Buying Your First New Car? 3 Tips To Pay Off Your Auto Loan Faster

2 May 2016
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From driving to work and transporting the family around to getting yourself to school, the importance of a reliable automobile is easy to see. Unfortunately, owning a car comes with a great deal of financial responsibilities. Considering the average cost of a new car is $33,560, you will most likely need to finance this large purchase. Thankfully, banks and finance companies offer numerous loan programs to pay for your new vehicle over a period of a few years. Read More …

Buying A Diesel Truck - Understanding The Up-Front And Long-Term Costs

17 August 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

If you work in the construction field, haul supplies for your job, or if you tow heavy pieces of equipment, then you probably need a good work truck. If you have settled for a gas powered vehicle for the last several years, then you should consider switching to a diesel model. Diesel trucks are often ideal for work purposes. There are a few things you should know before jumping into the purchase though, like what you are likely to see in regard to purchase, fuel, and maintenance costs. Read More …

How to Loosen a Stuck Brake Drum When Performing Brake Services

21 July 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

If you are performing work on your vehicle's rear drum brakes, then removing the drum is an integral step in the process. Unfortunately, brake drums are prone to sticking and becoming difficult to remove. However, making an adjustment to the brake shoe tension can help free up the sticking drum and allow you to pull it free. The procedure is simple and requires only a few basic hand tools to accomplish. Read More …