Being prepared for things that go wrong helps give you peace of mind for you and your family. Here is a list of things you should always have in your car. Who knows, they may end up getting you back on the road quicker than you would have been able to, or they may even save your life.
AAA, the nation’s largest travel organization, released the results of a survey earlier this month. It found that 64 million U.S. drivers aren’t able to pay for an unexpected vehicle repair without going into debt. AAA has some tips on planning for routine maintenance and unexpected car repairs.
April is National Car Care Month and the Car Care Council wants to help you take care of your vehicle. Their mission is to educate drivers about the importance of routine vehicle maintenance, and their website is filled with useful tools and information.
The first big snow storm hit many parts of the country this past weekend. You can bet it won’t be the last. With that in mind, the Car Care Council has provided drivers with a six-point checklist you can use to winterize your vehicle.
Emergency roadside service provider AAA has released new data that shows that approximately 32 million drivers called for assistance in 2015. This number is an all-time high, despite vehicle technology advances that aim to reduce breakdowns.
Purchasing a vehicle is very costly. This means it is important to maximize the trade-in value of your current car to offset some of this expense.
Car repairs and routine maintenance can be expensive. Nobody likes paying for that stuff, but sometimes, addressing minor issues right away can prevent bigger, more expensive problems from happening in the future.