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Last week we talked about how to bring some spring cleaning magic to the inside of your car. Today, we’re going to tackle the outside of your vehicle.
Going back to school is an exciting time, met with responsibilities and expenses. Aside from tuition, it’s either textbooks, parking passes, or living expenses that empty your bank accounts fast.
As app-based ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft make their way into more and more cities around the US, these officially-named transportation network companies are carving out a significant place in the metropolitan transportation industry.
When it comes down to transportation options sans-car, you could do a lot worse than busing it. The price of an Uber adds up, walking has it’s limitations, but the bus…the bus always has your back. Here are the the top 5 reasons why CashForCars.com always has a bus pass at the ready:
Everyone knows the feeling of driving down long windy roads with your friends for hours, listening to loud music, as the wind blows past you. Road trips are one of the most unforgettable ways to make memories and bond with friends and family.
It’s no secret that Americans love a good road trip. Whether it’s a trip down the Mother Road or a cross country journey to start a new life, heading out on an adventure on the open road has been part of our culture for hundreds of years.
While safety features evolve, mature drivers are presented with the opportunity to safely navigate the road for longer than ever before; however, they must first understand how to adopt and adapt to the new features that have been made available to them.
Salvage title vehicles are one of several titles a car can be given. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a car, knowing the title type of the vehicle is one of the most important steps in finding out its true value.
As you’ve probably heard, Hurricane Harvey is headed right for the Texas coast, Louisiana, and Florida. You’ve also probably heard a lot of advice about stocking up on groceries, clean water, and medications, and about how to prepare your home for when the storm hits.