December 11, 2017

Car Tips & Auto Help

Your Teen Doesn’t Need a Sports Car

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Teenagers dream of flying down the road in a shiny sports car loaded with friends, fun and loud music. Unfortunately, do to a much higher crash probability due to age, giving a new teen driver something with too many horses under the hood just isn’t a good idea. In a recent article from thezebra.com entitled […]

Rental Car Insurance Coverage Explained

Monday, August 12th, 2013

You’re traveling far from home, and you need to rent a car. Suddenly you realize a nagging question is bothering you: “What if I get in an accident in the rental car?” Not to worry! The Miami Herald has an amazing article on the ins and outs of rental car insurance, so you can have […]

Save on Car Insurance with these Simple Tips

Monday, August 12th, 2013

CNN Money explains in simple and easy to remember steps on what to do if you’re ever in an accident in order to keep the cost of your insurance down. This informative and easy to understand article can be read in its entirety here:¬†http://money.cnn.com/

7 Ways To Save Money On Your Commute

Friday, May 15th, 2009

Gasoline prices may be significantly lower than the record highs of last summer, but that offers little solace to most people, because the country has endured the worst economic downtown since the Great Depression. That makes money a huge issue for all but the very rich. One area where cost-saving measures are possible involves the […]

Tips for Preventing Your Car from Being Stolen

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

There is nothing more disheartening than coming out of your home or from a store to discover that your car has been stolen. Not only is it upsetting to have your vehicle and all of its belongings taken from you, you might also face auto insurance rate increases or other hassles when filing a claim. […]

Is 100% Nitrogen the Right Gas for Your Tires?

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

Have you noticed nitrogen pumps popping up in your area? A growing number of dealerships and garages are offering nitrogen fill-ups to those who are interested in filling their tires with 100% nitrogen rather than the gases that are typically found at a tire pump. But, what is the purpose of using 100% nitrogen rather […]

Selecting the Right Mechanic

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

If you are like most people, you are deciding to hang onto your older vehicle for a little while longer rather than running out and purchasing a new vehicle to replace it. After all, purchasing a new vehicle is a costly endeavor and the current state of the economy makes it difficult to justify taking […]

Have you been a Victim of Road Rage? You’re not alone.

Friday, April 24th, 2009

In this economy, stress is everywhere. From loss of jobs and income to loss of retirement and stocks, people driving in the U.S. are feeling the pressure of a struggling system. This stress can cause road rage to become an even higher risk for drivers every time you get behind the wheel. Type in ‘Road […]

Keep Kids Content in the Car

Monday, April 13th, 2009

AFC car finance has posted a press release entitled “Survival Kit Created To Keep Kids Calm In The Car”. It has some great information to help with long trips involving children, including: 1. Calming food (avoid the gas station junk) 2. Singing, playing ‘I Spy’ type games 3. Keep the windows down and the fresh […]

Keeping Your Motorcycle Safe from Theft

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

Although riding a motorcycle is an exhilarating feeling and you may enjoy riding it everywhere you go when the weather conditions are right, motorcycles are also prime targets for thieves. After all, it is far easier to take off without being noticed when you are stealing a motorcycle than it is with a car. Nonetheless, […]

Hydrogen Injection Systems and Hydrogen Generators Saving Fuel Costs?

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

According to PRWeb.com, a new site is selling better mileage, better horsepower, and lower emissions for any car on the road without permanent modifications. The site is hhomonster.com, the HHO stands for Oxyhydrogen, which is the combination of Oxygen and Hydrogen. These aftermarket units use the electricity from your vehicle to create the HHO which, […]

Protecting Your College Student with Car Insurance and More

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

If you have a college student that is getting ready to head off to school, there are several things you need to do in order to make certain he or she is prepared.? In addition to purchasing school supplies and getting housing set up, you also need to be certain you have car insurance in […]

Being Prepared with Roadside Assist

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Getting stranded on the road is the last thing you want to happen while you are out on a drive, whether you are heading to work or you are on a road trip across the country.  Therefore, in order to give yourself peace of mind, you might want to look into getting roadside assist.  There […]

Three Steps to Filing a Claim with Your Auto Car Insurance Company

Friday, March 13th, 2009

The a great thing about having auto car insurance coverage is that you can rest assured that your vehicle will be repaired or replaced if you are involved in an accident.  Still, if you have never been involved in an accident before, you may be uncertain about how to file an auto car insurance claim.  […]

5 Steps to Follow When Involved in an Auto Accident

Friday, March 13th, 2009

If you are involved in an accident, your adrenaline will likely start pumping and you may find it difficult to remain calm.  Still, despite your emotions, it is important to remain in control when involved in an accident and to remain as calm as possible.  In addition, it is important to know precisely what to […]

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