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Protecting Your Classic Car at a Car Show

Protecting Your Classic Car at a Car Show

If you’re bringing your classic car to a car show its best to keep an eye on it or have someone keep an eye on it at all times. If possible try and put a rope up around it so people can just look and not touch. After the thousands of dollars and countless hours of work put in to your car make sure that your protecting it. Yes and then there are the kids with their handprints, often eating snow cones and cotton candy at car shows. And not to be outdone, mom is usually wearing lots of jewelry, much of it metallic, and that too will scratch. A perfectly flawless paint job is hard to come by, especially if the car is a daily driver, or is driven around once in a while on the weekends. After all, it only takes one door ding or one shopping cart to put a small crease in the side, on that once perfect paint job. The first thing I recommend you do when you take your car to a classic car show is to put a sign on an easel with all the information and digital picture ... read more

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Happy Halloween

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Student Car Loans

Student Car Loans

Students Buying a Car Cars have become pricey. Most people find it difficult to invest in a brand new car even if they have well-paid jobs. That’s because of the steep rise in the prices of essential commodities. Students who apply for auto loans face rejections. Most of these rejections are made by traditional banks and other similar organizations. This does not imply that you will lose hope and feel disappointed. There is no point in complaining; find an effective remedy instead. Here is some advice on how to get approved even if you are a student. Keep your DTI down which stands for Debt to Income ratio. This shows the car lenders that you are able to make your payments on time if you don’t have a lot of debt. Best to keep this number below 40% Make sure that you have a regular source of income. Since you are a ... read more

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Car Shopping

Car Shopping

Buying a New Car Car shopping is fun. You get the opportunity to browse a dealership’s inventory, do a little fantasy car “shopping” and go out on fun test drives. In the end, you get to negotiate a (hopefully) good price with the dealership’s salesperson. Once all of this is over, though, you should not content yourself with signing the paperwork. Relaxing will be a big problem at this point, because unless you are paying cash for your new car, you will be soliciting lenders for a car loan. You should always try and get the lowest rates you can. Don’t take the first offer that they give. Try and push for a better deal and remind them there are several out there. Dealer Financing After you and the salesperson have picked out your car you will be directed to the finance office. They will try and upsell you with fancy add-ons. Sometimes they are perfect for you but most the time they can be an unnecessary expense. Large Banks ... read more

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Pay-As-You-Go Car Insurance?

Pay-As-You-Go Car Insurance?

Several auto insurance providers now allow customers to lower their insurance rates based on how they drive. Called “pay as you go” car insurance plans, the policies are underwritten the same way conventional plans are done but provide people with the chance to reduce their rates by up to 30 percent based on how, when and where they drive. This type of car insurance has been preferred by environmentalist groups believing that saving money will encourage people to drive less. Another attraction to pay-as-you-go car insurance is that the market can be better segmented; thereby enabling those who drive less and less dangerously save on car insurance. Companies could market to these drivers and attract them with lower rates. These types of drivers often include students who don’t drive as much as commuters and are often unable to pay high rates. Of course, when people drive less, there also are fewer accidents, and a 2005 study conducted by the Brook ... read more

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Does your A/C unit need serviced?

Does your A/C unit need serviced?

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European Car Care Center

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Planning on Tinting the Windows?

Planning on Tinting the Windows?

If you live in Texas, chances are that you will come across professional window tinting. Living in the Lone Star State, burdening heat is simply a fact of life. Window tinting serves as a protection barrier for many. For this reason, it is essential to understand what the laws are beforehand; it can save you a considerable amount of hassle. At the forefront of regulations on window tinting is the prescribed darkness which is allowed. This measurement is taken in VLT units. This means visible light transmission; it’s the amount of light which the film allows to be transmitted. On a vehicle’s passenger windows, this measurement is restricted to 25% darkness. Simultaneously, tinting on the back vehicle window is not restricted in terms of darkness. This is the tinting offense resulting in the most traffic stops, fines and citations. Be sure to be in compliance. Upon taking a state vehicle inspection in Texas, your car or truck will be evaluated for tint compl ... read more

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