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A few things to remember when shopping for a vehicle

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There are a lot of things that go into buying a new vehicle. You have to determine which vehicle fits your needs, you have to plan your budget, you have to think about how your needs may evolve in the next few years, you have to think about negotiating, decide if you will lease or finance, you have to figure ...

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Have you thought about your battery recently

The typical battery found in vehicles manufactured after 1952 is a plastic cube containing sulfuric acid and lead, with two outgoing terminals on the top or the side. That is what you will find in most cars on the road today, unless you drive a hybrid or electric car. So now that you know what your battery is, do you ...

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How to make sure your towing goes off without a hitch

Summer is approaching, and very soon most of us will be spending our days outside. For camping aficionados, the time will soon come to set up your little piece of heaven for the next few months, and that means towing will probably be involved. Or, perhaps this is your first time camping. Or, maybe you just bought a boat and ...

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Buying a 2016 or 2017 car?

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You are in your dealership and you notice that alongside the 2016 models, there are brand new 2017 model-year vehicles. Both are new, both have never been driven, and both can be purchased today. How do you decide which one to choose? Even if the New Year is still far away, the automotive industry likes to be ahead of everyone. ...

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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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