June 25th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Safety is one of the biggest considerations when purchasing a new vehicle, but it’s difficult to make an assessment on your own. There are many factors to consider when looking at the overall safety of a car. Here are a few of the most important safety issues.
First of all, you want to consider crash protection […]
June 24th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Motorists who try to stretch out trips to the gas station may want to think about filling up their tank more often because it might cost them to run out of gas.
Running out of gas puts motorist at risk for getting into an auto accident, and it also may cause their cars damage that could […]
June 23rd, 2011 by Hal Moses
The purpose of the thermostat in your vehicle is to regulate the temperature of the vehicle so that it remains at a desired level. To do this it controls the heating and cooling mechanisms and controls the flow of heat that goes throughout the system. The thermostat manages the coolant amount in the internal combustion […]
June 22nd, 2011 by Hal Moses
With summer here, it is important to maintain your car. The heat is unavoidable and it can do great damage to your vehicle. Here are a few tips to prepare your car for summer that will help you avoid calling for road service. In addition, used car warranties will give you peace of mind in […]
June 21st, 2011 by Hal Moses
Many people believe it is easiest to trade in your current car when buying a new one. However, is trading the right choice for you? There are some advantages and disadvantages to trading.
The big advantage to trading over selling is that you have very little hassle. You don’t have to haggle with buyers and you […]
June 18th, 2011 by Hal Moses
The decision to buy or lease can be a difficult one. Car shoppers should consider more than just their budget. Typically, leasing tends to be cheaper, but it also leaves drivers with no equity after the contract is up. There are some important factors to keep in mind when making this important decision.
First, you should […]
June 17th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Why is it finally acceptable for kids age 13 to finally ride in the front seat of the car? Are they finally big enough to withstand the impact of an airbag? Are they at the age where they can behave in the front seat?
A big part of the problem is behavior. When kids mess with […]
June 16th, 2011 by Hal Moses
More motorists are deciding to switch to hybrid cars for better fuel-efficiency, however, just like any car; hybrids need common maintenance and occasional repairs. A regular mechanic can do work that is routine, yet you will need hybrid-certified mechanics for jobs that are more extensive.
According to a Toyota service director in Tampa, hybrid work at […]
June 15th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Many motorists have been in the situation where an object hits their windshield and a big crack shows up. Your windshield might even end up bad enough that you have to call your road service program. However, when do you know if it necessary to replace the windshield or if the crack can just be […]
June 14th, 2011 by Hal Moses
For motorists who like to take things into their own hands, the Internet is the place to look for valuable information. Consumers are seeking research online to aid them in buying a new automobile, finding out about car service, and finding a good auto warranty.
A new study shows that 74 percent of people who do […]