Archive for July 18, 2017
This latest vacation to Canada was more of an adventure than you expected.
On the way up north the second sun roof over the passenger seats exploded and blew out! One of the car dealers in Grand Forks did a crash repair on it by putting cardboard, plastic wrap, and duct tape over the hole. That got us to Winnipeg just fine. Unfortunately, on the way home yesterday, the tape started ripping off so your husband stopped and just took everything off. He was afraid the cardboard would fly off and cause an accident. There you were going 75 miles an hour and it is 95 degrees outside and you have a hole in the roof of the car! It was a noisy, breezy, and hot ride for over 500 miles. We had the air conditioning on, but with the heat coming in it was still hot in the car. Fortunately, it did not rain.
One of the most popular items for consumers in the United States is without a doubt, the car. That is right, the car. Now, this may seem funny because as consumers, we often take for granted what it means to own a car and how much of a large purchase buying a car is. This is simply due to the fact that for most American conumsers, the car is one of the most common items in the United States. The car is an items that people interact with on a daily basis, and thus it is absolutely taken for granted. As a matter of fact, within the United States the average family will own about two cars. To take this statistic further, just about 35% of households within the United States own three or more cars, not just two. So many households in the United States own multiple cars. Couple this with the fact hat out of a
Buying a vehicle should be one of the best experiences possible. However, certain car dealerships can make you feel like nothing more than another sale. No one wants to feel like they don’t matter. Purchasing an automobile is a big decision. You want to work with salespeople that care about your needs. Many commissioned salespeople can create the wrong kind of environment for a buyer. In this post, you will learn the benefits of non commissioned car sales.
The process driving by and looking over the inventory at the local community auto dealer has become a new family routine. With all four of you driving, in fact, it seems much of your time, energy, and money are invested in the cars that you drive and the attention that it takes to keep all of them properly serviced and running. A review of the first weeks of summer tells part of the story.
Week one of summer. Your oldest daughter is driving the oldest car in the family. When her one year old compact car was totaled by another driver last spring, you were uncertain if you would purchase her another similar vehicle, or go for a cheaper driving option. Your father offered to let her drive his ol