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Year: 2020

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More Sales Scams to Avoid When Buying Your Car

Posted on December 10, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
I have shown you the most popular, but let us look at a few more.1.Written contract scam: This is basically when the finance manager sits you down and begins to write himself into frenzy, while quickly throwing numbers at you till you are so confused, you wind up paying more than you agreed upon.This may seem impossible for a man to get away with but believe meit happens all the time.The finance manager is counting on you being confused and desperate to get out of there, so assumes you will just go along with whatever he says...

Dealership Scams

Posted on November 7, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
Car Dealers have numerous ways to scam a potential buyer.Let us examine a few of them so you understand what to look out for when making your next car purchase:The VIN# Window Etching ScamBasically a dealer will charge you $300-$900 for window etching and they'll tell you that you have to pay the money to get the loan because the banks insists on it.Some dealers might tell you that the etching is free but will add on the etch money to your monthly payments to make up for it...

Customizing Your Car: Pinstriping Basics

Posted on October 3, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
Did you know pinstriping has a long history? Before the invention of automobiles, pinstriping was used as an ornamental decoration for horse and buggy carriages.Custom pinstripes started appearing on cars in the mid-1950s.Although pinstriping was on cars long before that, the last American car to appear with auto pinstriping was made by General Motors in the late 30's.For those individuals with sports or muscle cars, customizing their ride is an important part of owning and showcasing the automobile, and pinstriping is a last touch...

Preparing Your Vehicle for the Summer

Posted on September 22, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
Car trouble in your summer holiday is more than only a repair bill.It can mean towing fees, accommodations and a rental car.When you consider the price of additional phone calls, meals and general aggravation, your holiday can become a budget-buster.Most breakdowns can be avoided with a pre-vacation review on your own or a professional service technician.So before packaging, set aside the time to be certain that your car is ready...

Choosing Your Ideal Car

Posted on August 20, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
Purchasing a car is one of the biggest purchases you could make in your whole lifetime.There are a lot factors to take into account in making it a positive experience.Decide first of all if your budget only allows for a used car.If that is true then doing your homework is much more vital.Most times you do not have the luxury of getting the background of a used car.Having a certified mechanic to check out a vehicle you're interested in can help you save you a great deal of money in the long term...

Keys to Your Vehicle

Posted on July 9, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
Automobile safety has changed dramatically in the past several decades.We've gone from the era when there were only 2000+ key combinations used for each and every car of the largest automobile manufacturer, to transponder controlled ignition systems, that change electronic codes every time you start your vehicle.In the 30's to the 60's it was somewhat common that you may know someone whose car key also match your vehicle...

Storing Your Car - How to Do it Right

Posted on June 16, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
So you finally have the car of your dreams.You've sunk a massive amount of time and money into restoring it and keeping it in pristine showroom condition and functioning easily.But wait a minute- winter is coming.You need to drive your car in the snow, through road salt, sand and corrosive substances? I thought not.You wish to store it to the winter s inexpensively as possible? You also want to have the ability to place it back on the street with little if any hassle and have it ready for spring in precisely the exact same condition it went into storage ? Continue reading...

How to Buy a Used Car at 90% Savings Off the Book Value

Posted on May 21, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
To get a used car is a great idea for saving money.Everyone knows that a new car lost 65% of its value in the first five decades.However, the case would be more extreme for a 1 to 2 years old car, it will lost its value 30-40%.If you don't mind to drive a used car (I mean a 2 to 5 years old car, it looks pretty new) rather than a new car, you may save much money to pay many other bills.If you would like to keep the car not too old, you may resell it after driving for 2 to 3 years and buy another newer one...

Synthetic or Conventional Oil

Posted on April 11, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
One central argument between car enthusiasts and on Internet car forums alike is what oil is better for your car, synthetic or conventional.Before synthetic oils became available for regular automobiles, the argument centered solely on brand types and weight.Now, however, with the arrival of these synthetics throughout the current market, what is really the ideal option for your engine? Let's explore both these worlds to learn...

Cleaning the Rims on Your Car

Posted on March 15, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
You might have noticed that cleaning rims on cars can be quite tough, but not with your Ex-Cell pressure washer.Cleaning rims on your vehicle is no more a challenge your pressure washer will shine in receiving the challenging stains of brake dust and dirt out of your rims.If you don't own a home pressure washer nonetheless, we advocate the Home Depot; Ex-Cell Pressure Washer.To wash your rims really well you might wish to buy a rim cleaner, there are lots of brands at auto supply businesses and discount department stores...

How to Summer-ize Your Car

Posted on February 22, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
We go to great lengths to be certain our vehicles are prepared for winter.Who wants to get stuck in sub-zero degree weather with a stalled car?But what about during the summer? Believe it or not, the heat takes its toll on your car, too, so it is important to keep your car serviced.Periodic maintenance on your car will save you tremendous hassle in the long term.Your vehicle should last longer and command a higher resale price, too! I made it a point to get my car serviced according to the dealer's schedule, and when I traded it in, I got much more than I anticipated because of the stellar condition of the engine...

Spinning Rims Will Add All The Flash That You Crave For Your Vehicle

Posted on January 20, 2020 by Gregory Campbell
Have you fixed your car just how you want it? You've got the flashy paint job, and the pumping stereo, now what about the wheels? If you're looking for a little more flash to grow your brakes, then you need spinning rims for your ride.Spinning rims are a popular way to add some pizzazz to your vehicle and draw some attention to your tires.Spinning rims were popularized with the hip hop movement and have since grown more and more popular with automobile lovers everywhere...