Is An Extended Warranty For Your Used Car A Good Idea?

Posted on: 24 July 2015

There are many considerations to be made when you buy an used car. One is whether or not you really need an extended warranty. To help you determine whether the extended warranty is ideal for you, here are the pros and cons. Advantages One of the biggest advantages of having an extended warranty for your car is that it gives you peace of mind. The warranty can help with paying the costs of unforeseen repairs that otherwise would have hit your wallet hard.
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Lifting Your Truck? What You Should Know About Drive Shaft Dynamics

Posted on: 26 February 2015

If you've decided to lift your truck for the first time, sorting out the different kit options and components can be dizzying. One of the things that many first-time lift buyers overlook is upgrading or lengthening the rear drive shaft that connects the transfer case to the rear axle. A drive shaft that's too short will connect at a sharp angle. This can cause your newly lifted truck to handle poorly.
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3 Questions To Ask Before You Purchase A Used Transmission

Posted on: 3 December 2014

Does your car need transmission service?. It may be less expensive for to replace the transmission than fix it. One cost-effective solution is to buy a used transmission. You can usually find them at most salvage yards or auto parts stores. After you buy the transmission, you can hire a transmission mechanic to install it for you. If you've never bought a used auto part, you may not know what to look for.
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4 Useful Tips For Maintaining Your Windshield After Winter Is Over

Posted on: 21 November 2014

Your windshield can take a beating throughout the winter due to the snow, ice, and rain that may be slammed against it all season long. Even if your windshield seems to be in good shape once the weather begins to warm up again, it's important that you take some time to look over the condition it's in before driving any long distances. The four tips below can help you take the best care of your windshield, while reducing the risk of an accident or serious problems related to it.
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