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Top Tips To Save You Money at the Pump

Besides driving less, what can you do to save money on gas? Here are our top tips for getting the most out of your next fill up.

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Two Steps To Increase Your Car’s Resale Value

When purchasing a new car, you should keep in mind that increasing your car’s resale value starts the second you drive the car off the lot.

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Underground Tunnels: An Innovative Alternative To Transportation

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has innovated our means of transportation with underground tunnels.

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How to Upgrade Your Old Car With New Technology

It’s no secret that the auto industry is racing toward the future. With self-driving cars and more reliable electric vehicles on the horizon, you’d think that people would be racing to their local dealerships to purchase the latest and greatest.

USA 25-Year Import Rule: Cars That Turn 25 in 2020

American car enthusiasts don’t like to be told what they can and cannot buy and drive. There has been an explosion of interest in late-80s and 90s foreign market vehicles.

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Watch Out For These Hidden Fees When Selling A Car

In our 30+ years in the auto industry, we’ve heard our fair share of sneaky ways that car sellers can be scammed. Hidden fees for used cars can range from $10 to $300, and that can add up to a huge hit to your profits.

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What Is the Salvage Value of My Car?

If your car has been in a serious wreck or natural disaster, you may need to know the salvage value of your car before you trade or sell it. On a scale between 1 and 5, a serious wreck categorized as a 5.0 on an older car, may very well be a 1.0 on a newer model vehicle with a higher value.

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The Takata Airbag Recall: What You Need To Know

It seems like the Takata airbag recall is never-ending. What started as a recall of 4,000 Honda vehicles in November of 2008 has grown into a global, multi-brand issue affecting millions of vehicles across the globe.



 
 
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