Archive for November, 2016
Taking care of your automobile just makes good sense. Sure, you can save money by skipping maintenance, but you are likely to pay for it in the long run. Research has shown that neglecting vehicles costs the U.S. economy more than $2 billion a year. Here are some of the most important maintenance tasks that will help keep your vehicle on the road and out of the shop.
One of the most important maintenance items is taking care of your tires. Tires that are overly worn or improperly inflated can reduce your gas mileage and also present a safety hazard. Experts recommend having your tire alignment checked every 6,000 miles or so, or about every time you get your oil changed. You also should have your tires
Are you looking to buy or sell your Corvette? There are classic Corvette dealers that can assist you with this process. They will also be able to help you with finding Classic Corvette buyers when you are ready to say, “Yes, I want to sell my Corvette.”
There have been over 1.5 million Corvettes produced since June 30, 1953. The 500,000 mark was reached in 1977, and the million mark in 1992. By 2009, there were 1.5 million Corvettes in existence.
These classic cars have been produced in different locations since their inception, which put those locations on the map. The
Buying your first car is intimidating. After all, it’s quite a commitment. You’re not only putting down a good amount of money — you’re also, in most cases, committing to regular payments that will become a part of how you budget your lifestyle. For that matter, the car that you buy today will likely be the car that you drive for years to come. Many think that newer is always better. This may be the case in some circumstances, but it is not when it comes to your car. Your car is better pre-owned than brand new. Think about it this way: when a brand new car is sold, it is immediately be subject to what is probably daily use, the natural wear and tear that occurs in the interior, and potential damage. Essentially, a new car begins losing value as soon as it leaves the lot. Continue Reading No Comments
Thinking of how to throw your next great party or smart business venture? You’ll want to keep reading. Affordable and environmentally supportive travel options are becoming the next big thing and it’s not hard to see why — with plane ticket prices growing higher and gas prices nearly blowing through the roof, more and more people are seeking out ways to travel cheaply and in style. There are some common misconceptions about some travel options, though, and this can get in the way of your ability to comfortably (and affordably!) travel from place to place. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions concerning limousines, party buses and taxis.
What Are Common Travel Options?
Let’s start off with the most common transportation options, which doesn’t necessarily mean the
What kind of truck are you driving? Or, are you planning to buy a new truck in the near future? If so, were you aware that in August 2015, pick-up truck sales increased 8%? Interesting to note is that California has the largest number of pickup trucks on the road. When compared with all other motor vehicles, 24% of California’s vehicles are pickup trucks.
If you know your trucks, then you’re no doubt aware that the Ford F-150 has maintained its popularity since 1982. In fact, in the United States, it’s considered to be the best-selling vehicle.
In 2013, full-size pickup trucks accounted for every eighth new vehicle sold. Approximately 90% of these were manufactured by the following companies:
- General Motors
In 2012 alone, there were 1.6 million pick