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Paying cash or financing your vehicle?

Buyers who want to own their vehicle have two options available to them when visiting the dealership. They can buy their vehicle outright by paying cash, or take advantage of various financing plans available with low interest rates. Indeed, no other industry provide such advantageous financing plans with interest rates that rarely are more than 5.0 %. Sometimes, there isn’t ...

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The good and the bad of a second chance credit loan

buy a 2015 or a 2016

You find yourself in a bit of a tricky situation. You absolutely need a vehicle, but your credit is not ideal. Perhaps you recently were injured and couldn’t work. Maybe you lost your job or are recently divorced. There are quite a few reasons that can explain a loss of income that lead to difficulties making ends meet and therefore ...

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Finding automotive information online

Many people prefer to shop online for a variety of products. Buying shoes or your next vacation online is easier than ever. Now, more and more people are turning to the web to find information about potential vehicles they may want to buy as well. Indeed, there is a host of information you can gather online, and because it will ...

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What should you do after an accident?


It certainly is not something we wish on anyone, but the fact remains that at some point or another, you will probably find yourself involved in spite of you in an accident. Because such events do not occur often, many of us do not know how to react. Therefore, here is a checklist of what to do in the event ...

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A few tips for taking your dog with you in a car

A lot of people like to bring their pets with them in the car. There is nothing wrong with that if you take a few precautions to make sure you and your pet will be safe. When it comes to cats, most will be in a cage and probably won’t be too much of a hassle. Dogs, however, can become ...

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When your car brakes for you

More and more vehicles rely on semi-autonomous automated systems to make drivers both more comfortable and safer. But these systems are often complex, sophisticated and too often not as effective as we would like. Automatic braking, on the other hand, has proven itself many times and will be mandatory on almost all passenger vehicles in North America by 2022. But ...

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