Protecting The Transmission Inside Your Used Car

Posted on: 18 December 2016

As someone who owns and drives a used car, you know how important it is to keep up with maintenance tasks on your car because all of the components aren't new. The transmission in any vehicle is essential to good operation, and in a used car, if you're not sure how old the transmission is, you need to take every step possible to keep it working. Use these easy tips to protect the transmission in your used car.
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5 Reasons To Purchase Collision Damage Coverage When Renting A Car

Posted on: 16 December 2016

When you rent a vehicle, you are going to have the option to purchase collision damage coverage with it. However, many people see this as a waste of money and decide not to purchase it. Here are five reasons why you shouldn't do this: You Won't Pay Out of Pocket for Total Loss: If you are solely relying on your auto insurance to provide coverage for your rental car and you are in an accident, you are only going to receive coverage for the cash value of the vehicle.
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3 Awesome Ways To Own A Semi-Truck As Soon As Possible

Posted on: 10 November 2016

Many people look at semi-trucks and view them as something that they can never own. Perhaps you are a driver in the industry who has always viewed ownership as something that is impossible. Some drivers come to these conclusions as a result of working for trucking companies that discourage the trend, which may happen when trucking companies fear competition. There are also individuals who have truck driving experience but fear that other obstacles such as their credit score may prevent them from ever owning their own semi-trucks and becoming an independent operator.
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4 Tips For Reducing Your Home Heating Fuel Costs This Winter

Posted on: 20 October 2015

The frigid winter months are right around the corner, and if you rely on oil to keep your home warm you may be worried about the heating costs associated with keeping your home at a comfortable temperature. It is no secret that home heating fuel can be quite costly, but there are several ways to stretch your dollar and ensure that you and your family stay warm during the coldest months.
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