Tag: advice

09
Jul
2015
Posted in Articles Car Buying Tips

Amazing Reasons Your Next Car Should be a Used One

When it comes time for you to buy a car you’re going to have to decide whether to buy used or new. Like most people, you need to choose a used car. It makes much more sense for you to…

26
Jun
2015
Posted in Articles

How to Handle the Aftermath of a Car Accident

Getting into a car accident can be shocking for anyone. It can come out of nowhere, and when the incident isn’t your fault it can be an enormous shock. When an upsetting accident occurs, it can be difficult to know…

25
Jun
2015
Posted in Car Selling Tips

How to Get the Best Price for a Used Car

If you’d take a look at the car dealers you would see that they always try to get their cars in the best possible shape before they put them up for sale. This is exactly what you need to do…

18
May
2015
Posted in Articles

Read This Before Switching From A Car To A Motorbike

If you are a competent driver, you may consider buying a motorbike or scooter as well. Motorbikes can be a fantastic addition to your life, but you must remember they are not a car! If you do start using a…

18
May
2015
Posted in Car Buying Tips

How to Make Sure You Don’t get Ripped Off by a Car Seller

Buying a car is a big financial decision for most of us, that means it’s one we can’t afford to get wrong. Second-hand car dealers and private sellers are mostly reliable, but it’s hard to be sure. So, here’s how…

15
May
2015
Posted in Articles

What to Expect with Your First Car

Congratulations! You have your own car. Even if it’s not the “dream” car that you envisioned (first cars usually aren’t), you are an independent driver with a whole new set of responsibilities. You’ve got the driving thing down, that’s for…

10
Apr
2015
Posted in Articles

How to Prepare Your Teen for Their First Car

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cites motor vehicle crashes as the primary cause of death amongst our nation’s teenagers. According to the CDC, teen drivers are three times more likely to be in a fatal crash than…

Car dealer and customer shaking hands
31
Mar
2015
Posted in Car Buying Tips

Ingenious Ways to Get Yourself a Great Car at a Low Cost

So, you want to get yourself a car huh? Well, have you thought it through? A car can be a huge added expense. You might already be struggling with finances, and this will add an extra burden on top of…

driving school student mistake
31
Mar
2015
Posted in Articles

11 Awesome Ways to Help You Pass Your Driving Test

If you’re young and you want some freedom and independence you’ve probably decided you want to drive. This will also improve your social prospects a lot. But if you’re serious about becoming a driver you’re going to have to pass…

05
Dec
2014
Posted in Car Buying Tips

Pitfalls when buying a used car

When it comes to being on the road, most of us will need to buy a pre-owned car. There is nothing wrong with this, in fact, it can be the perfect way to get a vehicle that matches our budget….

02
Dec
2014
Posted in Car Buying Tips

How To Avoid A Bad Deal When Buying A Second-Hand Vehicle

We all know how untrustworthy some second-hand car salesmen can be. Indeed, they didn’t get that stereotype for nothing. While the industry is improving thanks to reputable online sellers and honest dealerships, it is still more than possible for you…

19
Nov
2014
Posted in Car Buying Tips

3 Steps To Buying A Used Car

With the recession in full swing and everybody out to make money, buying a used car can be very risky. Many people out there won’t hesitate to swindle you out of your well-earned cash! Before you go out and lay…

2 mechanics working
12
Jun
2014
Posted in Articles

Telltale Signs Your Mechanic Is An Idiot

As a car owner, unless you do your own servicing and repairs, you will doubtless have to pay a mechanic to maintain your vehicle for you. Mechanics typically work for car service centres or “garages”, and some even come out…

09
May
2014
Posted in Articles

How to Check Your Van’s Coolant System

Most people think that oil is the lifeblood of any van engine, but coolant is an equally-important fluid that is absolutely essential. In case you didn’t know, coolant is the fluid that is either red or green in colour and…

01
Aug
2013
Posted in Articles

The Advantages of Having Remote Controlled Garage Doors

Anyone who has a garage knows how convenient the space is, not only for storing vehicles but also for storing extra things around the house. A great garage space can serve as a space where an artist can store supplies,…

25
Jul
2013
Posted in Articles

4 Simple Yet Highly Effective Racing Techniques to Make You the Next Sebastian Vettel

People often wonder what the key is to becoming a successful racing driver. While everyone has their own opinions on the matter, one cannot deny the importance of getting the basics right. Keep practicing the basic racing techniques and you…