4 Ways To Avoid Low-Clearance Damage To Your RV

22 December 2015
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One of the common sources of damages to RVs involves drivers hitting low-hanging objects, such as signs, bridges, canopies, or branches. Depending on the object, this can damage the waterproof seal on your roof, tear off accessories, or completely rip a section of your roof off of your RV. With planning and increased awareness, it is easy to avoid this type of damage and the costly repairs associated with them.  Read More 

5 Things To Do When Purchasing An Older Vehicle

7 October 2015
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Buying an older car can be a great financial decision. Many older vehicles have been well taken care of and are very reliable. An older car means spending much less money, avoiding a large amount of debt or perhaps avoiding a car payment altogether. Plus, your car insurance premium will usually be lower with an older car than a new one. While buying an older car can be a solid financial decision, there are still special considerations to keep in mind. Read More 

Don’t Get Scammed After a Storm: Avoid These 2 “Storm Chaser” Tricks

14 September 2015
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Have you recently been through a major storm? Do you have hail damage to your car or home? If so, you may be a target for scam artists that some experts call "storm chasers." They prey on drivers and homeowners that have recently sustained potentially expensive damage and are looking for a fast and affordable way to repair their property. Take a look at two of the most common scams, and find out how to avoid being taken in by unscrupulous storm chasers. Read More 

5 Preventative Maintenance Tips For Your Car

28 July 2015
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When it comes to your car, you should take excellent care of it so it can live a long, healthy life; just like you. While there's no doubt that when a problem arises with your car, you spend no time in getting it fixed, did you know that there are a few things you can do for your vehicle that will take preventative measures so you don't have to spend that extra money? Read More 

How To Replace Your Vehicle’s Rear Brake Pads And Rotors

27 July 2015
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Although rear brake assemblies aren't responsible for providing the majority of your car's stopping power, they're still susceptible to requiring repair or replacement before your front brake assemblies. This is an issue that's particularly common with Volkswagen passenger vehicles, as well as other vehicles that incorporate a rear braking bias. If your rear brakes are starting to squeal or cause other issues associated with worn brake pads, then replace them by following these steps. Read More