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Find a used vehicle that is safe!

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 at 4:57 PM
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What driver-assist features should I look for on a used vehicle?

Many of the newer vehicles that you will find on the road today have some great driver-assist features. Some of these features help a driver know when it is not safe to change lanes while others help the driver keep a safe and consistent speed. If you are thinking about purchasing a new-to-you vehicle, keep reading as we answer the question, “what driver-assist features should I look for on a used vehicle?” (more...)

Don’t get caught in bad weather with faulty windshield wipers!

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 at 2:20 PM
Close up of a windshield wiper and rain on the windshield

How do I change my windshield wipers myself?

You are driving through some rainy weather. You turn on your windshield wipers and they begin to go back and forth on your windshield, but you still cannot see through your windshield. Now what? It is time to replace your windshield wipers. It can be expensive and inconvenient taking your vehicle in for a relatively easy fix. Are you wondering, “how do I change my windshield wipers myself?” Keep reading below! (more...)

Keeping your vehicle on the straight and narrow

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, How does it work?, Q&A, Safety, Tips and Tricks on Tuesday, November 13th, 2019 at 6:19 PM
Keeping your vehicle on the straight and narrow

Why does my vehicle pull to one side?

You are going down the street and you are holding your steering wheel straight when you notice that your vehicle is drifting to the right or to the left. You hold the steering wheel at an angle, and everything seems to be better. However, it really is not. Have you been asking for a while now, “why does my vehicle pull to one side?” There are a couple of reasons your vehicle could be pulling. It might be because a tire on that side does not have enough air in it, or it might be because your vehicle needs an alignment. Keep reading as we discuss possible reasons that your vehicle is pulling one way or the other. (more...)

Debunking the buy here pay here car dealership myths 

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Financing, Q&A on Thursday, October 1st, 2019 at 8:20 PM
Debunking the buy here pay here car dealership myths 

Myths about buy here pay here dealerships that are not true

You are searching for a used car, and you finally found exactly what you are looking for. The only problem is that it is on a buy here pay here car dealership’s lot. You are super skeptical because you have heard nothing but bad things about these places. Until today. Keep reading as we uncover myths about buy here pay here dealerships that are not true! (more...)

Tire Maintenance

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, How does it work?, Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Thursday, October 31st, 2019 at 3:30 PM
Tire Maintenance

How do I rotate my tires myself?

Tires are an essential part of your vehicle. While you need the engine to get power to your tires, you need tires to actually do the work of getting you from point a to point b. That is why rotating your tires every few thousand miles is important. How do I rotate my tires myself you are asking? Great question! (more...)

Keep your engine running smoothly 

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Wednesday, October 30th, 2019 at 3:28 PM
Oil Being Poured

How to change the oil in my car

Oil is an essential part of a vehicle. It lubricates the various moving parts and keeps the engine running smoothly. If you do not change your oil every 3,000-5,000 miles, the oil will turn into muck and can cause bigger problems. Keep reading below for a step-but step guide of how to change the oil in my car.  (more...)

Keeping yourself and those around you safe 

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Tuesday, October 30th, 2019 at 9:02 PM
Hands protecting little car

How to find the best insurance rates for used vehicles

Purchasing a new vehicle is an exciting time! However, before purchasing that new vehicle, you should think about how you are going to keep yourself covered if you are involved in an accident. Keep reading below on how to find the best insurance rates for used vehicles. (more...)

Tips and tricks for test driving a used vehicle 

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Thursday, October 25th, 2019 at 7:40 PM
Group of People Inside vehicle

What to look for when test driving a used vehicle

You have decided that you want to purchase a used vehicle. Congratulations! This is an overwhelming, but exciting time. You know that it is necessary to take a used vehicle for a test drive before purchasing it, but you do not know exactly what to look for. You have come to the right place. Keep reading our guide about what to look for when test driving a used vehicle! (more...)

Insurance Institute for Highway Top 2019 Safety Picks

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Q&A, Safety on Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 3:05 PM
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What 2019 vehicles have been chosen as top safety picks?

How important are the safety features in a vehicle to you? Is that something that is a high priority when you are looking for a new or used vehicle? Wondering what 2019 vehicles have been chosen as top safety picks? Keep reading more to find out! (more...)

Why does my steering wheel shake when I drive?

By Product Expert | Posted in Q&A, Tips and Tricks on Friday, February 9th, 2019 at 10:00 PM
Man with his hands on a steering wheel

Changes in your vehicle’s handling and ride performance can signal trouble under the hood. If you experience differences in your performance like a shaking steering wheel while driving at high speeds or shaking when braking that wasn’t there before, it’s time to head to your trusted service center for a tune-up. What’s causing the shaking? We outline 2 of the most common causes of steering wheel vibrations and shaking below. (more...)