4 Questions You Should Ask To Determine If Leasing A Car Is Right For You

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Many people wonder if they should buy or lease a car. There are many questions to consider before you purchase a car. Here are some questions that you should ask yourself to determine if purchasing or leasing a car is the right decision for you. Can You Afford To Make Payments? One of the first questions you should ask yourself is about money. When you lease a car you will make payments to the dealer each month.
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Signs Your Serpentine Belt Needs To Be Replaced

Posted on: 26 August 2016

The serpentine belt, also occasionally referred to as a drive belt, is an important part of your car. This rubber belt helps to operate the tensioner, idler, and pulleys inside of your vehicle. These parts help to power your air conditioner, power steering, and alternator. Unfortunately, this belt doesn't last forever. Fortunately, you typically have a few warning signs before this happens. Here are three warning signs that your serpentine belt may be in need of repair.
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Understanding Retread Car Tires and Their Benefits

Posted on: 24 August 2016

Although most people think of large semi-trucks when they hear the term "retread tire," the fact is that retreads aren't just for big trucks. There are many retread tires available for passenger cars as well. If you're in the market for new tires, there are a few reasons why you should think about buying retread tires for your car. Affordability. Retread tires are not as costly as traditional new tires. Retreads are priced more affordably because they are not as costly to manufacture.
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Repair Your Truck's Fender If It Is Slightly Dented and Paint Has Chipped Off of It in a Few Spots

Posted on: 22 August 2016

If you swerved off of a wet roadway and hit a guardrail with your truck, and now the right right fender is slightly dented and has a few spots that contain chipped paint as a result, make repairs to your vehicle's body by completing the steps below. Materials mallet wooden block hand plunger emery cloth water hose automotive detergent sponge towel primer pen bottle of touch up paint clear, buffing compound buffing cloths Remove the Dent and Sand the Portions That Contain Chipped Paint
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