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Car Recalls-What are they and has yours been affected?

You’ve undoubtedly heard of a vehicle factory recall. It’s the process by which vehicles are called back into the manufacturer to fix some glaring mistakes. The thing about recalls is that you might have one or more on your vehicle and never even know it. It’s crucial to continually check out what’s going on with the make, model, and year of your car. You could be driving around with multiple severe safety hazards, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Auto Trends - When Will Electric Cars Take Over?

The age of the electric car is on the horizon. Everybody says it. But that horizon doesn’t seem to be flying towards us. While there are more electric cars on the road now than ever before, it’s a far cry from being the dominating force we’ve been told to expect. So what’s the hold-up? Why do we continue to pour money and time into fossil fuel engines that burn up oil and contribute to environmental issues?

6 Easy DIY Car Repairs You Can Do Yourself

It can be expensive to diagnose and fix your car, but there’s no need to visit an auto mechanic every time you notice a few slight changes. With a little bit of practice, there are many simple DIY car repairs that any novice or beginner can do. In this guide, we’ll show you six essential car repairs you can do yourself that will help fix common problems and keep your car safe and in good condition.

What is Gap Insurance and is it Worth it?

Dealing with insurance companies is never fun. There’s frequently a lot of red tape that must be navigated in order to receive a payout, and sometimes you get back less money than what the car is actually worth. That’s where gap insurance comes into play. If you total your car and owe more money on the car than your insurance company pays out, gap insurance will cover the difference.

Red Flags to Look Out for When Talking to a Car Dealer

Buying a car can be intimidating. What makes it even worse is the stigma that surrounds the car-buying process. We all the stereotype: a greasy-haired salesperson trying to sell you a beaten-down old lemon like it’s the most magnificent vehicle to ever take to the road. Of course, not all car salespeople are con artists. But the stereotype is based on some truth. There are car dealerships out there that are less than reputable, and some dealers will try to take advantage of buyers.

10 Red Flags To Look Out For In a Used Car's CarFax History

The biggest concern on everyone’s mind when purchasing a used car is reliability - you want to be sure that the car you’re purchasing has been well-cared for and free of mechanical issues. The best way to know a used car’s history is a maintenance & damage history report. History reports like CarFax can tell you a lot about a car, including previous accidents, maintenance history, info about previous owners, and more.

The Top 8 Fastest-Depreciating Cars

Three years ago, you bought a nice new car, but now you’re thinking it’s time for a change. You’ve been kind to the car; it’s in excellent condition, and it’s still practically new. Then you look up your trade-in value and see it’s worth less than half of what you paid 3 years ago. How is this possible? Brand-new cars depreciate quickly, with most models losing up to 20% of their value the first year alone.

The Top 3 Car Brands You Can Rely On

When you look at the long history of the automotive industry, there are a few names that stand out among the crowd. Over the years, there have been a few long-lasting and consistently-reliable vehicles and brands that stand the test of time and have proven themselves worthy of praise. There’s a reason why the three brands that we’re going to be discussing in this article are considered three of the most reliable vehicle manufacturers in the world.

Is a CPO Vehicle Better Than a New Car?

When you’re going to buy a car, you might scratch your head at the label associated with a lot of the vehicles you’re going to see. “Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle,” for instance. What is a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle? A Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle (or CPO) is a used car with low mileage and no history of major damage. Different manufacturers have different criteria for what constitutes a Certified Pre-Owned car. Some will say that in order to be considered a CPO, the vehicle in question needs to have less than 60,000 miles on the odometer.

How to Buy a Car-A Guide for New and Used Cars

So you found the perfect car. It’s a vehicle so right, you’ve just gotta have it. Perhaps it’s a car you’ve always dreamed of owning, or it’s a great price and includes all the right features. Congratulations! But how do you actually buy a car from the dealership? The car-buying process can be complicated and tricky, especially if it’s the first used car you’ve ever bought. Have no fear, we are here to help!

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