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It's often been said that the end of the year is the best time to buy a car, and that's true. However, few people go into why that is. Here we take a look at what drives all the deals.
Experiencing a roadside emergency is never fun but with the right accessories, you can get through it in a safe manner.
Some used cars aren't that expensive. Still, dropping a lot of cash on a vehicle isn't ideal. This begs the question, what's the smallest loan amount lenders will give you?
Fuel is one of the expenses of owning an automobile. It's part of the operating cost of the vehicle. Spending a certain amount on fuel is unavoidable, but you can take steps to reduce this expense.
As we slowly creep into the colder months, it makes sense to have some winter driving gloves. Here are five options that will keep your hands warm all winter long.
Winter weather can cause all kinds of problems on the road. To ensure that you're prepared to handle all that cold weather can throw at you, it's smart to put together a winter car kit.
Your check engine light isn't something to get too riled up about, but you should have your car checked out. Here are some tips on what to do when your light comes on.
Waxing your car can keep its finish looking good and help your car retain value as it ages. In order to wax your car, though, you need the right supplies. Here's what you need.
In many cases, though, it's necessary. The combination of a high interest rate and a long loan period can spell disaster for your finances. It doesn't have to be that way.
Changing your own oil is a great way to save some money. However, you have to have the right tools and supplies to get the job done. Here's a list of what you'll need.
Buying a new car is so expensive, and with the vehicle depreciating so much, it hardly makes sense. Even buying a one-year-old car can save you tons of money. Here's how.
Don't worry if your car doesn't have heated seats. For less than $20 you can add a heated cushion to your car and keep warm all winter long.
In order to keep those vinyl seats looking brand new, you need to make sure that you keep them clean and use a quality vinyl protectant from time to time.
Waxing or polishing your car is a great way to preserve or even repair the paint on your car. However, unless you want to wear your arms out you'll need a random orbital motion buffer.
Fuel additives can help reduce the amount of carbon build up inside your engine. Keep in mind, if your car is new, you likely won't need to use these, but in an old car, they work.