You could say we caught the holiday bug a little earlier than normal this year, as we went ahead and outfitted one of our Carvana haulers with its very own crocheted holiday sweater!
Your age, location, and driving history are some of the main factors used by car insurance companies to calculate your rate. However, the type of vehicle you have can also be more or less expensive to insure than others.
For many big-ticket items across multiple industries, demand tends to pick up starting around the end of winter, as consumers start receiving tax refund checks and as better weather makes shopping and driving easier.
Several models from Chevrolet have high ratings from Edmunds reviewers, great fuel economy, and few maintenance issues. Buying one of these vehicles could help you maximize your car investment for at least a few years.
A dead battery can leave you in a panic, needing to get the problem fixed as soon as possible to get you back on the road. But making an impulse decision about where to replace your battery can cost you big.
Given that buying a car is one of the most expensive purchases a person can make, the desire to save some money in the process is understandable. However, there are many more benefits to buying a used car than simply saving a few bucks.
Rain, sleet and snow can all make it difficult to drive, but you can have more confidence if you have a used vehicle with all-wheel drive.
If you’re like most people, you probably start with a realistic needs: a car that has great fuel efficiency, can comfortably fit your family, and has proven reliability. As you start looking, however, it’s easy to let the wants creep in.
The right vehicle can make it easier to handle winter elements. Features, such as four-wheel drive, can also enhance safety for drivers amidst treacherous road conditions.
While it’s hard to go wrong with anything in Honda’s lineup, what do you buy that is fun, reliable, a good value, and a bit different from the competition?