Why You Should Buy Yourself A New Car When You Retire

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You might have bought new or used cars throughout your life, but now that you're retired, it might be time to make another car purchase. Buying a new car when you're retired just makes sense for many people, and it might be a good purchase for you, too. You Probably Won't Wear it Out as Quickly When commuting for work, you might have put a ton of miles on your cars in the past.

3 September 2018

Buying A Motorcycle? Don't Forget The Gear!

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Riding a motorcycle isn't exactly the safest way to get around, but it is so freeing, so exhilarating, and brings so much joy that it's worth the risk. If you do your part in preparing for the worst by wearing the right protective gear, you'll reduce the risks associated with riding. Here, you'll learn what else you need to buy when you make the decision to buy your first Harley Davidson motorcycle.

24 May 2018

Why Buying A Truck Is Ideal For Long-Term Use

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Are you undecided on which type of vehicle to purchase that can be used for many years to come? With so many vehicles models to choose between, it is important to put careful consideration into your decision. For instance, you must consider how the vehicle will be used and how many people it can accommodate. A great vehicle type to consider as a long-term investment is a truck, as it can be useful in numerous ways.

5 March 2018

The Differences Among Used, Pre-Owned, And Certified Pre-Owned

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There are so many buzzwords floating around a car dealership that it becomes difficult to tell what is meant by each buzzword or phrase. For example, does the average Joe or Josephine even know what a "Pre-owned RAM" is? Probably not, any more than he/she would know the differences between "used" and "certified pre-owned." If you are shopping for a car, you are probably quite confused as well. Here are the differences among these terms/phrases, and what they actually mean.

2 January 2018

3 Things You Need To Know About Getting An Auto Loan With Poor Credit

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Getting a new car can be hard if you have bad credit. There are too many people who want to get a new car, but because of unfortunate situations in the past, their credit can't handle it. For this reason, they have a hard time qualifying for the loan. Here are some things that you can do to get a car loan even if you have poor credit. 1. Choose A Less Expensive Car

18 November 2017

3 Things You Should Never Do When Buying A New Car

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If you are planning on buying a new car you and probably wondering what you should do to get the best deal possible. There are many different tricks and tips you can utilize to help you get what you need. Here are some things that you should never do when buying a car. 1. Tell The Salesman Your Bottom Line One of the first questions the salesman will ask you is what your bottom line is.

28 August 2017

The Flat Engine Vs. The V-Engine

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Many engine designs exist. The most common design is the V model where you have two rows of pistons that meet at an angle where they connect to the crankshaft. This is the type of engine featured in cars that have a V-6, V-8, or even a V-12. The V refers to the fact that the angle of the pistons forms a V and the number following refers to the number of pistons.

29 June 2017