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  • How To Tell Where Your Car Was Manufactured


    Many Americans are interested in buying domestic cars, but many of them also don't know how to know whether a car was manufactured in the U.S. or not. If you ever find yourself in such a quandary, use the following tips to help you learn where each car was manufactured: Use the VIN The VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) can tell you a lot about your car, including where it was manufactured.
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  • 3 Tips To Ensure Your Used Car Purchase Is A Smart One


    While an imperative part of many people's daily lives, a car's value depreciates quickly. As a matter of fact, 20 percent of value is lost as soon as you drive the vehicle of the car lot, and an additional 10 percent is lost during the first year. Therefore, it is easy to see why so many people choose to purchase a used vehicle. However, proper knowledge and understanding is necessary for making a smart used car purchase.
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  • Need A Car But Have Less Than Stellar Credit? How To Buy A Car With Bad Credit


    It's never easy to buy a car when your credit is bad. Unfortunately, in this day and age, you just can't survive without a car of your own. If your credit is less than stellar, or it's downright awful, there are still ways to purchase a car. You'll need to work a little harder, but it is possible. Here are four steps you can take to obtain a bad credit auto loan:
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  • Need A Vehicle? Here's Why You Should Consider Buying Used


    Now that you're in the market for a vehicle, you're probably wondering whether buying used or financing a new one is the best decision. Here are a few reasons to consider going with a used car over a new one: Save Some Money While it's obvious that you will save money on the purchase price of a particular used vehicle over its new counterpart, there are many other ways you can expect to save money by purchasing used cars.
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  • Look For These Features When Shopping For Your First Touring Bike


    If you're a motorcycle enthusiast who is thinking about getting into long road trips, you should seriously consider upgrading to a touring motorcycle. This type of bike offers a high degree of stability for long runs, positions your body in an upright manner for comfort, and can comfortably accommodate two people for long stretches of time. Many leading motorcycle brands produce several lines of touring bikes, which means that you can spend a good amount of time evaluating different brands and models and, of course, taking some of them out for a ride.
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  • Thinking Of Buying A Car? Tips To Help You Choose


    When it comes to purchasing a car, one thing is for sure – there is no shortage of options. There are sports cars, luxury sedans, compact SUVs, and large pickup trucks – there are so many options to choose from. When you don't know what type of vehicle you want, this vast selection can make the buying process feel overwhelming. Formulate A Budget Creating a budget should be the first step during the selection process.
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  • How To Evaluate A Used Car When You're Not A "Car Person"


    Automobiles are complex pieces of machinery. They have a lot of moving parts, and looking under the hood can seem like you're looking into an alien landscape. However, you don't need to become a mechanic overnight to choose a good used car. Here's how you can evaluate a used car easily. Look It Up You can use any of a number of services to run a report on a potential vehicle. Service records can tell you a lot about the car.
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  • Three Things To Consider When Buying A Used Convertible


    The absence of a roof makes a used convertible very different from a conventional car. This means shopping for the right convertible should also be different from shopping for a conventional car.  Here are three things you should evaluate when shopping for used convertible: The Integrity of the Roof Convertibles are just like their sedan counterparts in many aspects; the main difference is the operation of the roof. A hardtop convertible's roof is designed to fold in several places during retraction.
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  • Tips For Shopping For A Used Car


    Planning on buying a used car? If you are, getting the best deal is likely a high priority for you and this is why it is important to not rush into your car buying purchase. To ensure you are getting the best price and the best quality vehicle for your money, there are a few things to take advantage of, like the following: Bring a Mechanic With You: Just because the car starts and looks great doesn't mean that it is in perfect condition, and this reason alone is why you will want to bring a mechanic with you when checking out potential cars.
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  • 3 Reasons To Add An Extended Warranty To Your Used Car Purchase


    When shopping for a used vehicle or certified pre owned car, many people don't consider adding any additional safety features onto the purchase of the car, including an extended warranty. The problem with this is that an extended warranty can actually help to significantly protect your used car purchase. Here are three major reasons to consider it: Added Protection Even After Driving Over a Certain Number of Miles: Most of the time, the short-term warranty that comes with a used vehicle will only protect you until the vehicle reaches a certain number of miles.
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