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  • How to Save for your First Car?

    Jul 28, 17 • ArticlesNo Comments
    How to Save for your First Car?

    If you’re looking to get your first car, but you don’t want to break the bank, or you can’t afford to go crazy on your first car, it’s important to make sure that you’re getting the biggest bang for your buck at a price point that’s right for you. Though you may have dreams of [&hellip...

  • Turn Your Economy Car Into An Off-Road Juggernaut

    Nov 15, 15 • ArticlesNo Comments
    Turn Your Economy Car Into An Off-Road Juggernaut

    For us city dwellers, the thought of owning an off-road vehicle was once nothing but a pipedream. It’s hard to find the justification to outright buy a Jeep Wrangler when the majority of your driving exploits are of a conventional nature. But, the fact remains, off-road driving is still a heap of fun. Off-road excursions [&hellip...

  • What I Wish I Knew A Year Ago About Car Dealers

    Nov 2, 15 • ArticlesNo Comments
    What I Wish I Knew A Year Ago About Car Dealers

    When I want to buy a car, I usually look at a few sources. First of all, I’ll check out some classifieds ads on the Internet. I will also look at my local newspapers too, just in case. Quite often, I will end up buying cars from dealerships. After all; you’re less likely to end [&hellip...

  • 7 Things That Might Persuade Me To Buy From A Car Dealer

    7 Things That Might Persuade Me To Buy From A Car Dealer

    Let’s face it; many people would rather see their dentist than visit a car dealership! To be honest, many dealers offer a pleasant, hassle-free buying experience. But, there will always be a few bad apples that spoil it for everyone else. When I buy cars, I prefer getting them from private sellers. That’s because all [&hellip...

  • Hot Boiler Expansion Tank: Troubleshooting

    Aug 12, 15 • ArticlesNo Comments
    Hot Boiler Expansion Tank: Troubleshooting

    Have you ever wondered why it is necessary to install an expansion tank with a furnace? There is a simple fact; water expands when it is boiled. So if you have not installed an expansion tank, relief valve is surely going to be blown off with the pressure built inside the tank by expanded water...