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What to Do After a Fender-Bender

Whether it’s the other driver’s fault or yours, a fender bender is something that can paralyze with fear and panic. However, you can minimize injury and complications by keeping calm and collected. It is best to know beforehand what should be done if you ever become involved in an accident. This will prevent you from […]

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Trading In or Selling Your Car: The Pros and Cons

Do you have a car but are in the market for another one? For instance, a new addition to the family would mean that your beloved sports car will no longer be a fit for your growing family. You may need something more suitable for car seats or baby strollers. Or, you may feel that […]

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The Best Car Features for Senior Drivers

A car stands for mobility – having the freedom to go where you want without waiting for someone to take you there. However, a car may also spell disaster for someone who is experiencing a marked deterioration of skills and reflexes, particularly our aging loved ones. Do you know that senior drivers comprise one of […]

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Lemon Alert: Check the car history report before you buy a used car

Buying a used car has its advantages. For one, a used car is more affordable and depreciates at a much slower rate (as compared to a new car). Also, taxes and car insurance rates are cheaper. You can actually snag an excellent deal when buying a used car! For a lesser outlay on your part, […]

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Do’s and Don’ts For Buying A Car

Are you thinking about purchasing a new car? One thing that is not mentioned enough is you need to be prepared.  There are certain things you need to know to get the best value out of your investment and also not to be taken advantage of.  The list below will give you guidance in what […]

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Auto Safety Features for Seniors

As we enter our golden years, the risks that we will become involved in an accident increases. That is why an extended vehicle warranty is something they will want to consider when driving on the roads. Not only does our sense of hearing and eyesight deteriorate, our reaction time slows as well, and we may […]

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Used Car – Trade It In or Sell It Yourself

If you are mulling over a trade in, the first thing you want to do is to sit down and really think about why you want to do that in the first place.  If your current car is not a complete gas hog or in need of major mechanical problems you need to decide if […]

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Cars – Buy Used and Save

If you love that new car smell, spray a little in your used car and save yourself thousands of dollars. Or if you’re thinking of buying a brand new car, think again. Technically, a new car is only “new” before you buy it.  Once you sign on the dotted line and drive it out of […]

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Buying a Used Car – Know Its History

Perhaps, the biggest mistake people make when buying a car is to take it at face value.  A nice paint job, spruced up interior, or a fresh oil change does not tell you what is lurking beneath the surface.  Do not expect the seller to disclose damages that are not blatantly apparent, because the majority […]

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Car Scratch Repair – Do It Yourself

Scratching of vehicle paint is practically unavoidable; keys scratch around door locks, run-away shopping carts crash into the quarter panel, etcetera.  The good news is that these minor scratches do not warrant a trip to the body shop.  If they do not penetrate through the color-coat, you can fix it yourself.  Here are two different […]

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