If you're looking to purchase a new vehicle, be it a car, SUV, truck, or anything in between, you can opt to trade in your older car to help lower the overall purchase price. If you don't have an outstanding loan on your current vehicle, it can significantly reduce the total purchase price as well as the sales tax that comes with it.
The holidays are a favorite time for travelers, so it is time to review some safety tips for this time of year. People of all ages looking for some fun will pack their bags and hit the road. Some may be going to visit their relatives while others may be looking to take advantage of the days off and have some fun elsewhere. Whatever the case, the roads will see a noticeable uptake in traffic prior, during, and immediately after the holidays.
The personal credit score is one of the most critical numbers that stands to represent you. It will determine your credit approval options. It's right there, alongside your social security number, your bank account balance, or your phone number. The credit score is based on a series of variables such as the number of accounts you have or your payment history, among others.
The average price for a new car in 2017 was just slightly above $36,000. By comparison, the average price for a used car is around $19,400. Whatever option you choose when purchasing your next vehicle, there's no denying the fact that there's a lot of money at stake, either way. Many future car owners are skipping one of the most important steps when making this purchase - namely, the test drive.
It’s that time of year- school is just around the corner. In everyone's hurry to buy pens, notebooks, or dorm supplies, most people forget about one major thing - their car. Going back to school or starting college is an emotional experience for everyone involved, including the parents, and it's easy to overlook the car. Nevertheless, keeping it in tip-top shape is almost equally as important as buying school supplies.
Here are some simple, yet practical tips on how to keep your car in top working condition during this time of year.
Renting a car may seem like an easy task at first glance, but there are several factors that you need to take into consideration every time you decide to do it. Each situation demands a specific type of vehicle, which is influenced by the number of passengers, your budget, your itinerary, or even your location. With that being said, here is Mike Duman's recommendation on how to rent the best car that fits your immediate needs.
The Mike Duman Auto Superstore, prides itself with providing the highest-quality vehicle-related services money can buy. We have only the best factory-trained technicians to help you out and will be using just the highest-quality tools and equipment to get the job done correctly in servicing your vehicle.
Buying a car is one of the significant investments people routinely make and if you’re like most people nowadays, you’re not likely to have the luxury of paying for that vehicle with cash. You’ll need to secure a vehicle loan. Here are some tips to help make that whole process easier.
So, you've decided to buy a car. The first thing on your mind is finding a car that your budget will allow. As most of us know, the hardest part of buying a car isn't looking at different models but in determining what type of car you can really afford.
All of us living in southeast Virginia know that temperatures can go well beyond 90 degrees in the middle of summer. This ambient heat can increase the operating temperatures of your vehicle’s engine. A well-maintained cooling system is critical to keeping your car’s engine operating safely and efficiently. If the cooling system fails, it can often lead to costly repairs.