If you have an old car that is not in good running condition, you probably are wondering what you should do with it. There are several options open to you. The following is a quick overview. Continue reading
Auto repairs are some of the most costly of all everyday facts of life. When an engine, transmission, or brake system fails completely, it can be hard to know where to turn and who to trust. Trust is one of the single most important things in the auto repair industry. If shops want customers to return, they have to practice certain procedures that show they are performing the repairs they say they will. There needs to be candidness when discussing prices and a willingness to turn over old parts after the new ones are installed. Continue reading
When you’re ready for a new car, you may want to sell your current vehicle quickly to transition to a newer make or model. When it comes to finding the right buyer, you’ll want to increase the appeal of the vehicle and make it stand out on the market. Here are a few important tips on how you can sell your car fast. Continue reading
No matter what, buying a new car is exciting. Well, maybe it’s not a “new” car, but it’s new to you. Whatever the circumstances of this purchase, cars are expensive for most people and most incomes. They’re things we don’t buy often. We plan to spend a lot of time driving around in them, so the actual purchase can be a thrilling and emotional experience. This is especially true if you find the right car for the right deal. Continue reading
I have a 2000 Nissan Frontier extended cab pickup truck. It has a 4 cylinder in it, so it’s a small truck. Just needing to know how much air PSI it’s going to take to be able to bounce my truck a foot or so off the ground. I heard I would need at least 200 PSI. Need advice on what bags to buy and any other equipment that I’m going to need to make my truck bounce. Any help is very appreciated, thanks in advance!