3 Things To Keep In Mind When Buying A Used Truck

Buying a used truck can be a great way to get the truck that you have always wanted for a much more affordable price than brand new. New trucks can be very expensive, but buying a used truck does take a lot of homework. You do not want to be stuck with a truck that has been treated poorly and only has a little life left. This article is going to outline three different ways to ensure that the used truck you buy is a quality truck. Read More 

3 Fluids To Check Under The Hood Before Buying A Pre-Owned Vehicle

Why should you go pay tens-of-thousands of dollars for a new vehicle when you can get the same vehicle with a few miles for a fraction? This is the exact thought process of shoppers looking to invest in a pre-owned vehicle (from an outlet such as Welsh Motors). While buying used is a logical choice financially, buying a used vehicle also means you should be a smart shopper. The last thing you want to do is go out and pick up a vehicle and inherit the previous owner's mechanical problems with the car or truck. Read More 

Three Reasons Why Big Car Dealerships Specialize In Certain Vehicles And Why It Matters

If you have ever visited car dealerships to buy your next vehicle, you may have noticed that certain ones like to focus on the sale of specific vehicles. For example, you may have a Toyota dealer in the area where you live, or you may have a dealership that focuses only on BMWs or Lexus models. There are actually some valid reasons for dealerships to conduct their businesses with a focus on a particular manufacturer, and there are also reasons why it should matter to you. Read More 

3 Ways to Prepare for Buying a Car from a Dealership

Buying a car can be a very positive experience. Many people look forward to the day when they will be car owners, but may stress about the process of buying a car. If you are planning on buying your car from a dealership, it is important that you know what you are doing so you can get the best price and car possible. Here are some simple things that you can do to get the car that is right for you. Read More 

Are the Tires On Your Subaru Ready For Winter?

In the winter, the all wheel drive (AWD) that comes standard on Subaru vehicles is no doubt an asset if you're driving in heavy snow, on ice and in rugged rural areas. However, AWD is less effective and less helpful on vehicles that don't have proper tires. Tires with poor grip or bad balance are likely to slide and skid their way over icy roads. These tips will help you ensure that your car's tires are ready for the coming winter. Read More