November 30th, 2010 by Hal Moses
Here’s a question for car shoppers: What has the low sticker price of a pre-owned vehicle with the auto warranty and reliability of a new vehicle? The answer is a certified pre-owned vehicle.
CPO is a term that the auto industry uses to describe used vehicles with low-mileage that are late models. These vehicles have passed […]
November 27th, 2010 by Hal Moses
When buying a car for a teen driver it is important to consider safety and reliability. After all, teens don’t have a lot of experience. When car shopping for a young driver, cars should be considered that have good crash-test results and advanced safety features. This will hopefully keep your teen from avoiding roadside assistance […]
November 26th, 2010 by Hal Moses
One trick that people use to sell a used car is to detail it until it looks brand new. However, beware, a motor that is steam-cleaned won’t fix a gasket that is blown. This is why it is important to purchase an auto warranty.
Having said that, dealers that are reputable typically won’t try to sell […]
November 25th, 2010 by Hal Moses
Used car buyers need to be aware of a common scam; odometer fraud. This is the act of rolling back the odometer on a car. This deceives buyers into thinking a vehicle has fewer miles than it really does. It is estimated that this crime leads to sales of around 450,000 vehicles every year.
Also alarming […]
November 25th, 2010 by Hal Moses
Unfortunately, drunk driving is a common practice that is responsible for thousands of car accidents and calls for emergency roadside assistance every year. Ideally, motorists should take responsibility and not get behind the wheel after drinking, but this doesn’t always happen.
Toyota has taken this matter seriously. Currently, they are in the process of developing a […]
November 23rd, 2010 by Hal Moses
One of the family activities that is the most fun is going on a road trip during the holidays. Although enjoyable, frustration can accompany families on the road. Take note of the following do’s and don’ts in order to ensure that your family has a great trip.
The most important thing that you can do is […]
November 20th, 2010 by Hal Moses
Why would someone want to buy a pickup? They offer the most flexibility in carrying cargo. In addition, pickups have large payload facilities and the ability to tow. Trucks with four door cabs allow seating for five, which makes them a good family vehicle. In addition to an auto warranty, what other considerations do you […]
November 19th, 2010 by Hal Moses
A diesel engine used to bring about a wince from people who associated diesels with engine noise, a not so pleasant smell, and blue smoke coming out of the tailpipe. However, things are changing. Diesel engines will soon elicit a positive response.
The new generation of diesels is considered clean. They use a very low sulfur […]
November 18th, 2010 by Hal Moses
Every year thousands of people are killed in car accidents. Many of these crashes could have been avoided with some simple safety knowledge. Here are some tips to keep your driving experience pleasant and help you avoid dangerous accidents.
First of all, if your are taking any medicines, double check your product label to see if […]
November 17th, 2010 by Hal Moses
Here is some information that parents hate to hear: the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested booster seats for safety and found that 13 models out of the 41 that were tested rated so poorly in the area of seat belt fit that they aren’t recommended by the IIHS. Parents try to do everything possible […]