10 Simple but Powerful Habits of Drivers Who Save Money on Car Repair

The longer you drive a car, the more expensive it gets to maintain. That shouldn’t be surprising. You can’t put thousands of miles on a car without accumulating wear and tear as you go. Cars must be maintained just like any other machine. If you want to save money on...

Why Buying a Car Is Simultaneously the Best and Worst Thing Ever

Buying a car is one of the best and worst things about life. How can it be a combination of both? I’ll explain. Here are three reasons why buying a new car is simultaneously awful and awesome. +1. You’ll be so enthusiastic (and everyone will notice). Only one...

Preventive Power: How to Avoid Expensive Car Repairs

Prevention is in your best interest. If you’re proactive about your car’s condition, you’ll prevent most of the mechanical problems that could break your bank. Sound like a solid strategy to you? If so, read ahead and learn how to avoid expensive car repairs. #2 might...

Coolant Is Your Car’s Circulatory System (How Engines Stay Cool)

Filling your radiator with coolant (a.k.a. antifreeze) is like drinking a glass of ice water on a hot day. It cools you (and your car) down. How do engines prevent overheating? It all starts with coolant: a circulatory system for your car. Read ahead to learn how...

Don’t Buy a Used Car Before You Answer These 5 Questions…

Used cars are a smart investment (as long as you do your due diligence). Ask yourself these five questions before you buy a used car. Treat #4 like an immediate deal-breaker… 1. How do the tires look? Look at the tires. Are they all the same or are some...

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