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How to improve the resale value of your car

When purchasing a new vehicle, we do not immediately consider the moment of resale that will inevitably come up in the future. After all, our new car will be with us for several years, so it’s not a necessity to think about that aspect, right? In reality, it’s not that we do not intend to resell the car (obviously most ...

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Active safety systems: when you want to prevent an accident

Active safety systems

Modern vehicles are quite safe. Safer than vehicles that were on the roads a decade ago, and getting safer every new model year, no doubt about it. How they are getting safer is twofold: their structures are a lot stiffer, they have more airbags and their engineering is designed to disperse the force of an impact from the driver and ...

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How to get the most out of your test drive

Car seller with couple outside car dealership

Test-driving a vehicle is without a doubt the most important moment in the process of buying a new car. It’s during the road test that you will be able to determine if the car is right for you. However, there are a lot of distractions when testing a vehicle on the road, and it can sometimes be difficult to concentrate. ...

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Reduce the effects of winter on your car and you

Winter has arrived. Good say winter sports enthusiasts while for others, now begins five or six months of slightly chaotic driving, mixed with unpredictable, usually very cold weather. But regardless of whether we like it or not, winter is here, and we have to deal with it. Your car will also feel the effects of winter. Not only from a ...

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Vehicle History Report: the genealogy of your vehicle

Most people are weary of buying a pre-owned vehicle, mostly because they have no idea how it was used by the previous owner. Of course, the latter will always tell you that it was never driven harshly, always maintained at the dealership, never damaged and so forth. But how can you be sure? The answer is a vehicle history report. ...

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