What To Know About Diminished Auto Value And Auto Accidents

Posted on: 11 July 2018

Auto accidents and damage to automobiles is common. In fact, the entire auto insurance industry revolves around protecting your car and life. However, even when your car is totally repaired after an accident, it may lose value when it comes time to resell your car. If you are worried about diminished auto value because you've been in one or more accidents with a car you want to sell, check out these three facts you must know.
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Changing The Oil In Your Car: Basic Service To Advanced Or Plus Service

Posted on: 10 July 2018

Most people who take their vehicles in for an oil change pay no mind to any other extras they can have completed in and on their vehicle. They are there for the oil change, and that is that. However, there are at least three levels of car oil change service, each one more "premium" than the last. The intermediate and advanced oil change services cost more, but they are usually a very good value.
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Four Signs You Need Auto Brake Repair

Posted on: 8 July 2018

Your brakes are the most important safety feature of your vehicle, as they are what actually allows you to moderate your speed on the road. Improperly functioning brakes are thus a huge safety concern, as they greatly increase the risk of a collision occurring - and thus bodily harm by extension as well. Fortunately, brakes will rarely fail completely overnight. There are a handful of early warning signs that you can keep watch for to determine when you should make an appointment with your local mechanic to have your car's brakes inspected and repaired.
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Buying Your First Car? Why Smog Testing Is So Important

Posted on: 7 July 2018

Buying a car for the first time is something that many people look forward to. Depending on how prepared you are the event can either be the ticket to the kind of freedom that you've dreamed of or the beginning of a series of events which might make you wish you would have kept walking. The key to making sure you don't fall into the second group is crossing your 'T's' and dotting every 'I' that you can think of.
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