How To Get Free Oil Changes

Posted on: 31 May 2017
Oil changes generally cost around $20-$30 now, depending on where you get your car's oil changed. While it is a minor expense, it tends to be a major hassle when you have to take an hour out of your day to sit in a service lobby to have this done. At least, if you had to sit and wait for an oil change, it would be great if it was either free or as close to free as you could get.
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Top 5 Fast And Affordable European Compact Sports Cars From The 80s

Posted on: 19 May 2017
If you want to have a foreign car that looks great but cannot afford a new car payment, consider buying something used. There are many European models that were made in the 80s and have style that has stood the test of time, such as the BMW or Maserati. Some of these cars are also cars that were affordable for the average joe and still go really fast. Here are the fastest and more affordable European models from the 80s that still make heads turn:
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Think You Can Simply Repair Hail Damage To Your Vehicle? Think Again

Posted on: 12 May 2017
Having any type of body work done to your vehicle can be costly. While there are some type of body work you can do yourself, like touch-up painting or filling in scratches, if your auto has hail damage, it is probably best to take it to an auto body shop for the repairs. Here are a few facts about this dilemma. Internet Do-It-Yourself Advice There are a number of do-it-yourself tips on the Internet for hail damage repair.
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Bulking Up Your Fleet: 3 Things To Look For In A Commercial Truck Dealer

Posted on: 8 May 2017
Are you thinking about bulking your current fleet up with a few new reliable company trucks? Here are a few important things to look for when choosing a commercial truck dealer to buy from: In-House Repair Technicians One of the most important features to look for when choosing a commercial truck dealer to work with is an in-house repair team. When a truck in your fleet breaks down or needs repairs, you want to be able to take it back to the place you bought it, where they understand what's under the hood and how to maintain everything properly.
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