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    Tips for buying cheap online car insurance and getting a free online car insurance quote

     

    : Smart shoppers can save money, buy cheap car insurance and get a reliable free online car insurance quote. The secret is to prepare before you log on to fill out the application. Here are some tips from an experienced insurance shopper for getting the best deal: 1. Know your own driving record. Insurance companies want the safest drivers as customers and charge a higher premium to drivers who have poor records. Surprisingly often, a driver's moving violation history has been recorded inaccurately by the courts or the state motor vehicle department. Contact the DMV in your state. For a list, go to DMV-Department-of-Motor-Vehicles. Make sure your record is accurate before a car insurance company checks it and decides to reject your application or assign you a higher than necessary premium. 2. Know your consumer credit report score. If you have a less than stellar credit rating, you can expect to pay more for online car insurance -- but don't spend a penny more than necessary! Many consumers never know about the inaccurate information that blemishes their credit reports and results in their paying higher insurance premiums. Don't guess -- get the facts. For information on how to get a free credit report from each of the three major credit reporting agencies, go to annualcreditreport. 3. Know how much insurance you need. Usually, personal liability and medical coverage are required, but the amounts can vary by state. Check with your state motor vehicle department to be sure. The safest course is to buy the most insurance coverage you can afford. But if you're on a tight budget, you don't have to buy any more insurance than you're legally required to carry. 4. Beware the low-ball scam. That's when a less-than-reputable company gives you an online car insurance quote that looks low but eventually isn't. You sign up, they collect your money, and a few months later demand a higher premium than originally quoted. To avoid the low-ball scam, check with the industry companies, such as AMBest, that rate car insurance providers. Don't buy from any insurer whose rating is lower than B. The higher a insurer's rating, the less likely it is to go out of business owing to insolvency, and the more reputable it probably is. 5. Etch your VIN. Some insurers give a 10 or 15 percent discount on cars that have the vehicle identification number (VIN) etched into the windows. VIN-etched cars have a 64 percent lower theft rate than non-etched cars. An etched car that is stolen has a better than 85 percent chance of recovery. Law enforcement authorities recommend VIN etching as a proven, effective deterrent to theft. The process is easy and takes as little as 15 minutes to etch the average car. Purchasing VINetcher, the do-it-yourself VIN Etching Kit, includes the option to register in the National Vehicle Identification Program for increased protection.

         
    Tips for restoring that new car ride

     

    Imagine falling in love with your vehicle all over again. You know, having the same sense of pride you felt when you first drove off the dealer's lot. Possible? With a little elbow grease applied to the exterior and interior, plus a mechanical inspection by a trusted automotive technician, almost anything is possible. Take that "new car" ride, for example. It may have been thousands of miles since your vehicle has delivered precise steering response and a comfortable, factory-fresh ride, but replacing a few worn undercar parts could make a world of difference in your driving experience. Replacing worn shock absorbers and/or McPherson struts is one simple way to improve ride and handling. Ride control replacement can have important safety benefits as well, since shocks and struts play key roles in a vehicle's steering, stopping and stability performance. "Steering, stopping and stability are dependent on properly functioning brake, steering and suspension parts," said Mark Christiaanse, director of product management for Tenneco Inc.'s Monroe brand of shocks and struts. "A worn shock absorber or strut might not only make your ride less comfortable, but it also could lead to increased stopping distance, reduced steering precision and degraded stability in some situations." Monroe recommends replacing worn shocks and struts at 50,000 miles. For many popular-selling vehicles, replacing worn ride control parts that have been driven for 50,000 miles or more can improve the vehicle's handling characteristics and comfort, according to Christiaanse. (Actual mileage may vary depending upon driver ability, vehicle type, and type of driving and road conditions.) "A new set of shocks or struts can make a huge difference in overall ride quality," he said. "Replacing these and other worn parts helps bring the vehicle closer to its original performance, which is a great way to enhance your driving experience." Will They Have The Right Parts? In most cases, it's not necessary to rely on a vehicle dealership for replacement shocks, struts and other undercar components. A leading ride control brand such as Monroe probably offers exact-fit, model-specific shocks and struts for nearly every popular import and domestic vehicle. In fact, Monroe shocks and struts are engineered to meet or exceed the original units' ride and handling performance, regardless of make or model.

         
    Tips for saving money on your ballooning gas bill

     

    Tips for saving on your ballooning gas bill I recently set a record that I'm not happy about. I was actually able to put $53.00 worth of gas into my mini-van. Holy smokes, that really hurts! I'm sure you are setting similar records on a weekly basis. At this rate, it's going to cost more to fuel up your car than to pay for the car itself! Well, unless you walk everywhere, you're going to have to keep buying gas, but there are some things that you can do to reduce your fuel expense. Some of these you've probably heard before, some of them may be new! 1) Don't jump off the starting line. Your car is a mass which has to be accelerated (by gas and your engine) and decelerated (by your breaks). Rapid acceleration uses more fuel than more gradual acceleration. If you're a city driver and you have to start and stop frequently, try accelerating more slowly than you're used to. You don't want to hold up traffic of course, but you don't need to jump like a stock car racer when the light turns green. For city drivers, this technique can increase your MPG by 10% 2) Keep your car tuned up. An engine in tune, with good spark plugs and plug wires, good ignition timing and a clean fuel filter, runs better. More of the chemical energy stored in the gasoline actually gets converted to motion and less gets wasted. Get your car tuned up annually. A car that is poorly tuned can get 25% LESS gas mileage than the same well tuned car. That kind of waste will easily pay for an annual tune up. 3) Make sure your tires are properly inflated. This is actually a very important tip. If tires are under inflated, the tires present a much larger surface area to the road. Larger surface area = more drag and resistance that the engine has to compensate for. Over inflated tires can actually increase mileage because they present the lowest rolling resistance, but can be dangerous and will wear poorly. So make sure your tires are inflated right to where they're supposed to be inflated. Look an the sidewall for a PSI rating. You should check this monthly. Any full service gas station will do it for you as well. 4) Turn off the Air Conditioner and use your windows or vents if it's cool enough. The AC is driven by an AC compressor which places a large drain on your engine when it is engaged. It can reduce milage by 4 or 5%. Some may argue that having your windows open to the cool the car is a bad idea, because it changes the aerodynamic shape of your car, and this is true at higher speeds. Below 40 MPH, open windows will have a negligible effect on your cars aerodynamics. 5) Slow down. As a car goes faster and faster, it takes more force from the engine to push the car through the air. At lower speeds, this extra force doesn't really matter, but when you approach highway speeds, a 60 MPH cruise will be much more efficicent than a 70 MPH cruise. Now be careful when using this technique. You don't want to block traffic, but you don't want to be driving along in the left lane doing 85 MPH either. It's a waste and it doesn't really get you to your destination that much faster. Did you know it takes 30% more gas to drive 70 MPH then 50 MPH? 6) Consider a different vehicle. A HumVee gets 8 MPH, a Ford Aspire gets 47! (I had a Ford Aspire and loved it). If you're a single driver going back and forth to work daily, consider a more practical vehicle. My 'other' car is a 500 cc Honda motorcycle which gets 55 MPG. I'm no SUV nazi, so if you need a big car, by all means have one. But if you don't, then be a good steward of your money and consider something smaller. 7) Don't use the expensive gas. Most people think that if high octane gas is more expensive, then it must be better. Right? No, that's wrong. High Octane gas burns differently and can be used in cars that 'knock', but all modern cars are designed to use the lower octane fuels. Do yourself a favor and use the cheap stuff. If your car is knocking badly, then instead of using the expensive gas, get your car tuned up because knocking is an indication of a condition called, 'detonation' and this is related to an engines timing. 8) Plan your travel. Wow, this one is simple and can have a dramatic effect on savings. Try to get all your errands done in one trip. It can save a lot of time as well as gas and money. 9) When you see a red light ahead, don't maintain your speed then brake quickly at the last minute. Instead, take your foot off the gas and allow your car to decelerate slowly. Your engine will be at idle during those extended decelerations and your brakes will thank you. 10) Use your cruise control when on the highway. The cruise control will assure that you use continuous gas pressures all the time and you'll avoid the speed up / slow down / speed up / slow down patterns of drivers that don't use cruise control. Avoid the accelerations is what saves you gas. Set it and forget it. 11) Visit gasbuddy, enter your zip code and find the gas stations in your area that are selling the cheapest fuel, then buy from them. This is a great service and can easily save you .10 or more on each gallon of gas. Using these 11 tips, it's reasonable to expect that you can save 10%, 20% or more on your gas expenses. Until the US starts drilling for oil here in the states, we're all going to have to learn ways to save on gas.

         
    Tips for selling your car on the internet

     

    With a little attention to detail and some elbow grease, you can save thousands of dollars by selling your vehicle online rather than swapping it with a dealer. The following tips will show you how: * Avoid overpricing. Research the private-party value on sites like cars to find out exactly what your car is worth and price yours competitively to sell quickly. * Thoroughly clean your car inside and out; wax the exterior. The car should be spotless, with no clutter. Have existing problems repaired, or be prepared to lower your price accordingly. * A vehicle history report provides credibility and builds trust. Carfax reports are available free at cars with the purchase of their Premium Ad package. If you have maintenance records, show them to potential buyers. * A professional inspection will prevent last-minute surprises and adds to the buyer's peace of mind. Cars recommends SGS Inspections, with its nationwide staff of inspectors who will come to your home, office or any convenient location and perform a 150-point inspection and post results within 24 hours. Their fee includes interior and exterior photos. * When writing your ad, provide specific details and features. Include plenty of well-lighted photographs of your clean and shiny vehicle, inside and out. * Respond to inquiries promptly to keep the buyer enthused. Get the buyer's full name, address and contact information. Verify the information before meeting face-to-face. Initially, you may wish to meet the buyer away from your house and also have a friend come along. * Accompany the buyer on the test drive to continue discussing the vehicle's selling points. * Once you've agreed on a price, discuss method of payment. It's best to request a cashier's check drawn on a local bank and to go with the buyer to the bank to verify it. For cash transactions, both buyer and seller should sign a cash receipt or a bill of sale. * After the transfer of title, notify your insurance company and local DMV. Remember that in most states, the license plates stay with the buyer.

         
    Tips on buying a used car in australia

     

    Buying a used car poses more difficulties than just buying a brand new car. While there are basic common things to look out for in buying a used car irrespective of where you are residing or in whatever country you are in, there are some specific things that relate to buying a used car if you are residing in Australia. Before you actually venture out to buy a used car, it is important for you to gather the necessary information to allow you to make a wise decision. First, you need to know your specific needs, and what sort of used car you are going to buy, so that you can arrange for the financing or cost of the car - in essense, can you afford to buy the car? Remember that apart from this initial cost, there are related costs of getting the car on the road such as car insurance, car inspection and road worthy certificate issuance, fees for transfer of registration and so on. One prime consideration that impacts on the price of the used car is the age of the car. So your will be looking at the age of the car with respect to the price you can afford to buy. You will also be looking at the power of the car, whether you need a 4 cylinders, 6 cylinders or an 8 cylinders engine. This is important because if you are an outgoing nature loving Aussie, you might want to use the car to tow a caravan or a boat. The engine, accessories and car type will not only affect the power of the car, but the consumption and performance, and when you are buying a used car, the performance might not be in the top condition. So these are factors to consider initially. Secondly, buying a used car is different from buying a new car. This is because when you buy a new car, you buy it from a dealer and you receive protection from Australia-wide(Commonwealth), State and Territory law, and generally you will get a full dealer warranty. There are three main avenues or ways for you to buy a used car in Australia, and that is from a private sale, a used car dealer or by auctions. Used car dealers provide different warranties which are tied with the price of the car and the make of the car. There is no warranty when you buy a used car from a private seller in Australia, and it is your responsibility to ensure that you are happy with the performance and handling of the car on the road before you buy. So you should test drive the car before you buy if possible. The seller should show you a current registration certificate and a certificate of vehicle safety. It will be wise for you to check that there is no money oweing on the car and to do that you can check with the register of encumbered vehicles(REV) service. Get a signed receipt of payment when you pay for the car. Buying a car from auctions and from ebay Motors online is one of the most popular and safe ways to buy a used car in Australia. More importantly, every purchase through ebay Motors and its affiliates provide you with special Vehicle Purchase Protection. Hunting for your required used car through the ebay auction format can enable you to purchase a quality used car at heavily discounted price. In Part 2 of this article, we will uncover the insider tips on buying a used car in Australia through the ebay auction format - thus gaining all the benefits of the Vehicle Purchase Protection insurance, and getting high value and worth from a used car at a low bidded price. This method can be used for any city or town in Australia as ebay Motors and affiliates are accessible online.

         
    Tips on car donations in ny

     

    Taking advantage of car donation services in New York is beneficial not only for the charity you choose and the beneficiaries of that charity’s support but also for you. Driving and parking a vehicle in New York is a particularly hair-raising, and expensive, endeavor. Used car donation helps relieve you of the hassle of an unwanted car in an efficient manner. You also benefit from used car donation through the tax write-off that comes when you donate to charity. Finally, car donation gives you a sense of gratification, knowing that you are helping those in your local community through your gift. Why car donation is particularly important in New York Charity car donation is a service which is helpful to people all over the United States, but it is particularly important in New York for a number of reasons. The large population of New York City makes it a place which is, in many ways, overcrowded. This creates a two-fold problem which is eased through the car donation program. First, making use of unwanted cars alleviates the burden of waste which occurs when there are such unused large objects littering the city. Second, car donation allows charities to better serve the needs of the population. How car donation serves you The stereotypes that says that New Yorkers are all self-serving has never held true. However, it is human nature to want to know what you are going to get out of any given situation, because this helps you to weigh your options in decision-making. Car donation offers may benefits to the individual donating a car. Car donation relieves you of the hassle of towing an immovable vehicle or of advertising and negotiating sales of a used vehicle. In New York City, car donation is particularly useful in helping you to efficiently move a vehicle which may be accumulating parking fees and ticket fines. Car donation also makes you eligible for a tax deduction, reducing what you owe to the government and moving that money to the local community. Finally, charity car donation also allows New Yorkers to give to their community and to feel more connected to the people around them, despite the bustling, high-energy pace of New York. Car donation isn’t just for cars Most people who participate in car donation are trying to get rid of their cars, but you should know that car donation can help you to get rid of many different types of unwanted vehicles. Trucks, vans, RVs and trailers are just some of the automobiles you can get rid of through used car donation programs. This information is especially useful for those people who have recently moved, or are considering a move, to New York City. Many people transport their belongings to New York, only to find that they are stuck with large vehicles which are debilitating in the city. Figuring out what to do with your vehicle is the last thing you want on your mind when you first move in to the city. Car donation will take away that burden.

         
    Tips on preparing your car for a resale

     

    As new vehicle models make their way out of the factories and into dealerships, many customers will look to trade in or resell their current cars. There are numerous factors that determine a vehicle's resale value, such as the make and model of the vehicle as well as its age, mileage and overall condition. Although a large portion of the resale value is predetermined, car owners can increase the value by taking proper care of the vehicle to keep it in its optimum condition. The service specialists at Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge provide the following tips to help car owners prepare their vehicles for resale or trade-in: * Have all ownership materials. The documentation that accompanied the vehicle when first purchased is a key component in resale value. Ownership materials include the warranty manual and owner's manual. It also is important to have the spare key and, when applicable, the convertible top boot cover. * Look under the hood and fill all fluids. These include brake fluid, power steering fluid and wiper fluid, along with oil, coolant and antifreeze. * Do basic operational checks. First, check the dashboard to see if any warning lights are lit and address any indicated problems. Second, make sure all lights, locks, windows, wipers, turn signals, the trunk release, mirrors, seat belts, defrosters, the horn, air conditioning and heat systems and seat adjusters work. Accessories that were purchased with the vehicle, such as heated seats or a sunroof, should also be in working order. * Conduct your own road test. Make sure the vehicle easily starts and the gear selector functions properly. Also, check steering performance and make sure that the cruise control, overdrive, gauges and sound system are in tip-top shape. Finally, check to see if the acceleration and brakes are operating effectively. * Check for leaks. Inspect under the hood for any dramatic decreases in fluid levels. * Evaluate overall appearance. Externally, check for dents and scratches, ensure all the wheels match and are filled, and remove any decals and stickers. Internally, clean the floors, mats and seats, along with the panels and dashboard. Remove all personal items from the glove compartment and trunk. Finally, have your vehicle professionally washed and detailed prior to having the resale value evaluation. And lastly, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge specialists recommend regular service and maintenance checkups by certified automotive experts throughout your vehicle's life. Although your dealership should keep a detailed history of your vehicle on file, keep your own record of all checkups and maintenance performed on your vehicle in a logbook to demonstrate that proper care was provided. - NU

         
    Tips on preparing your car for resale

     

    As new vehicle models make their way out of the factories and into dealerships, many customers will look to trade in or resell their current cars. There are numerous factors that determine a vehicle's resale value, such as the make and model of the vehicle as well as its age, mileage and overall condition. Although a large portion of the resale value is predetermined, car owners can increase the value by taking proper care of the vehicle to keep it in its optimum condition. The service specialists at Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge provide the following tips to help car owners prepare their vehicles for resale or trade-in: * Have all ownership materials. The documentation that accompanied the vehicle when first purchased is a key component in resale value. Ownership materials include the warranty manual and owner's manual. It also is important to have the spare key and, when applicable, the convertible top boot cover. * Look under the hood and fill all fluids. These include brake fluid, power steering fluid and wiper fluid, along with oil, coolant and antifreeze. * Do basic operational checks. First, check the dashboard to see if any warning lights are lit and address any indicated problems. Second, make sure all lights, locks, windows, wipers, turn signals, the trunk release, mirrors, seat belts, defrosters, the horn, air conditioning and heat systems and seat adjusters work. Accessories that were purchased with the vehicle, such as heated seats or a sunroof, should also be in working order. * Conduct your own road test. Make sure the vehicle easily starts and the gear selector functions properly. Also, check steering performance and make sure that the cruise control, overdrive, gauges and sound system are in tip-top shape. Finally, check to see if the acceleration and brakes are operating effectively. * Check for leaks. Inspect under the hood for any dramatic decreases in fluid levels. * Evaluate overall appearance. Externally, check for dents and scratches, ensure all the wheels match and are filled, and remove any decals and stickers. Internally, clean the floors, mats and seats, along with the panels and dashboard. Remove all personal items from the glove compartment and trunk. Finally, have your vehicle professionally washed and detailed prior to having the resale value evaluation. And lastly, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge specialists recommend regular service and maintenance checkups by certified automotive experts throughout your vehicle's life. Although your dealership should keep a detailed history of your vehicle on file, keep your own record of all checkups and maintenance performed on your vehicle in a logbook to demonstrate that proper care was provided. - NU

         
    Tips to buy a used car

     

    A person who cannot afford to buy a new car can always move ahead and buy a used car. Buying a car no doubts requires a lot of money but that does not mean that only rich can buy it. Always remember the success of buying a used car is to do your research before you buy it. You will have to prepare yourself for all the stress if you are looking for a perfect deal. Make sure that you are with the best used car dealer who will ensure you the best deal. You need to go through the following information before buying a used car. 1) Always decide the budget you can afford to buy the car. Since you are buying the used car always include price of the Car, repairs and maintenance cost of the car, Car insurance and so on. 2) Decide the Car you would like to buy. The best option would be to go for a mid-sized car as these cars are available at great bargains. 3) Used cars may be covered by a manufacturer's warranty or a separately purchased service contract. However note that they may not be transferable. Always make sure to go through the warranty or service contract before you buy any used cars. 4) You can also take a test drive of the car and check its efficiency and comfort. It would be more preferable if you take a test drive on different types of roads. Have a drive for at least 10 to 15 miles to ensure the smoothness of the car. 5) Find out how old is the car you are going to buy. Try to buy a car which is two or three years older. Buying a two or three years older car would probably be a great deal as this will give you an opportunity to drive the latest model. It would be asking for trouble if you decide to go for a much older car. 6) If you are not 100% satisfied by the car avoid buying it. Don't just buy a car since it is cheap as this might turn into a big expense in the long term. 7) It would be advisable to get the car inspected by the mechanic you hire. If you neglect it, you will have to pay everything for the maintenance once you buy the car. A mechanic can put the car on the lift and can immediately identify any previous damages, corrosions and so on. 8) If you are buying a 4 to 5 year old car it would be advisable to get the warranty period extended. Else you will have to bear the brunt of heavy losses. 9) Every dealer has a price in mind below which they will not sell you the car. The dealer is ready to reduce the price of the car till this price point and yet manages a decent profit. However if they find a particular buyer inexperienced they take advantage of such buyers and gladly make a very good profit. Hence it is very important to educate yourself thoroughly before going to a car dealer.

         
    Tips to help you pay less at the pump

     

    Car maintenance can be expensive, and the rising cost of gasoline in the United States can really drain, so to speak, the funds available for car maintenance and related costs. According to Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council, Loose or missing gas caps, under-inflated tires, worn spark plugs, and dirty air filters all contribute to poor fuel economy. Here are some tips, courtesy of the Car Care Council, to help you save money on gasoline, even as the prices continue to climb. Don’t drive aggressively. This can actually lower gas mileage by up to 33 percent on the highway and five percent on city streets, resulting in a cost of 7 to 49 cents per gallon. Take care of your tires. A smart care maintenance tip in general, since driving with an under inflated tire is the equivalent of driving your car with the parking break on, and can cost you a mile for each gallon. Watch out for worn spark plugs. Vehicles have four, six, or eight spark plugs, and these fire as much as three million times every on thousand miles, which creates heat, electrical, and chemical erosion. Replace your spark plug regularly for proper care maintenance, and gas conservation as well. Change your dirty air filter. Air filters clogged with dust, dirt, and bugs cuts off the air and results in more gas than necessary being burned. This wastes gas, and causes the engine to lose power as well. Watch those gas caps. Approximately 17 percent of vehicles, according to the CCC, have gas caps that are damaged, loose or missing, and this causes 147 million gallons of gas to vaporize each year. Don’t idle excessively. Idling gets you zero miles to the gallon, and you really only need to warm up your vehicle for about one to two minutes. Watch that speed. As your car’s speed increases, gas mileage decreases, and each mph over sixty results in an additional ten cents per gallon cost. Lose some weight. By simply removing unnecessary items from your vehicle, you could reduce the weight by 100 pounds, which in turn will reduce your MPG by up to 2%, based on the percentage of extra weight relative to the weight of the vehicle. Proper car maintenance is the best way to get the most out of your car, and to make sure that it remains fuel efficient. Don’t skip regular visits to the auto mechanic—the health of your car depends on them.

         
    Tips to keep your car in shape for road trips

     

    With gas prices on the rise, there is no better time than now to think about vehicle maintenance. "Proper car care is critical during the travel season," said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. "With gas prices exceeding an average $2 per gallon for the first time in history, performing a few basic, inexpensive maintenance checks will make road trips both safe and fuel efficient." In light of the higher gasoline prices, the Car Care Council suggests you pay attention to these items: * Vehicle gas caps. About 17 percent of the vehicles on the roads have gas caps that are either damaged, loose or are missing altogether, causing 147 million gallons of gas to vaporize every year. * Underinflated tires. When tires aren't inflated properly, it's just as though you are driving with the parking brake on, which can cost you a mile or two per gallon. * Worn spark plugs. A vehicle can have either four, six or eight spark plugs which fire as many as 3 million times every 1,000 miles, resulting in a lot of heat and electrical and chemical erosion. A dirty spark plug causes misfiring, which wastes fuel. Spark plugs need to be replaced regularly. * Dirty air filters. An air filter that is clogged with dirt, dust and bugs chokes off the air and creates a "rich" mixture - too much gas being burned for the amount of air, which wastes gas and causes the engine to lose power. Replacing a clogged air filter can improve gas mileage by as much as 10 percent, saving about 15 cents per gallon. Here are some fuel-saving driving tips from the Car Care Council: * Don't be an aggressive driver. Aggressive driving can lower gas mileage by as much as 33 percent on the highway and 5 percent on city streets, which wastes 7 cents to 49 cents per gallon. * Avoid excessive idling. Sitting idle gets zero miles per gallon. Letting the vehicle warm up for one to two minutes is sufficient. * Observe the speed limit. Gas mileage decreases rapidly at speeds above 60 mph. Each mile driven over 60 mph will result in an additional cost of 10 cents per gallon. To maintain a constant speed on the highway, use cruise control. The Car Care Council is the source of information for the "Be Car Care Aware" campaign, educating consumers about the benefits of regular vehicle maintenance and repair.

         
    Tips to keep your car in shape for trips

     

    With gas prices on the rise, there is no better time than now to think about vehicle maintenance. "Proper car care is critical during the travel season," said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. "With gas prices exceeding an average $2 per gallon for the first time in history, performing a few basic, inexpensive maintenance checks will make road trips both safe and fuel efficient." In light of the higher gasoline prices, the Car Care Council suggests you pay attention to these items: * Vehicle gas caps. About 17 percent of the vehicles on the roads have gas caps that are either damaged, loose or are missing altogether, causing 147 million gallons of gas to vaporize every year. * Underinflated tires. When tires aren't inflated properly, it's just as though you are driving with the parking brake on, which can cost you a mile or two per gallon. * Worn spark plugs. A vehicle can have either four, six or eight spark plugs which fire as many as 3 million times every 1,000 miles, resulting in a lot of heat and electrical and chemical erosion. A dirty spark plug causes misfiring, which wastes fuel. Spark plugs need to be replaced regularly. * Dirty air filters. An air filter that is clogged with dirt, dust and bugs chokes off the air and creates a "rich" mixture - too much gas being burned for the amount of air, which wastes gas and causes the engine to lose power. Replacing a clogged air filter can improve gas mileage by as much as 10 percent, saving about 15 cents per gallon. Here are some fuel-saving driving tips from the Car Care Council: * Don't be an aggressive driver. Aggressive driving can lower gas mileage by as much as 33 percent on the highway and 5 percent on city streets, which wastes 7 cents to 49 cents per gallon. * Avoid excessive idling. Sitting idle gets zero miles per gallon. Letting the vehicle warm up for one to two minutes is sufficient. * Observe the speed limit. Gas mileage decreases rapidly at speeds above 60 mph. Each mile driven over 60 mph will result in an additional cost of 10 cents per gallon. To maintain a constant speed on the highway, use cruise control. The Car Care Council is the source of information for the "Be Car Care Aware" campaign, educating consumers about the benefits of regular vehicle maintenance and repair.

         
    Tips to keep your car up to par

     

    You know you're supposed to take your car in for its regular service, but if it isn't convenient, it may not seem that important. However, neglecting to regularly care for your car can result in serious problems or, at the very least, impact its value over time-and getting back where you started could take expensive solutions. Keeping your car running smoothly, maintaining the interior and preparing for emergencies are things that might go to the bottom of your list, but if you spend a little time, you'll have peace of mind. The Internet provides lots of information and tips on car care and car maintenance: • Visit your mechanic and work out a schedule for visits. Many offer seasonal inspection services that check the basics including the cooling system, oil and transmission fluid. Also have your mechanic check out your tire tread, pressure and alignment, especially before long trips. • Clean and protect your vehicle's interior and exterior. Many full-service detail shops can perform your cleaning, inspection and repair needs, but if you want to do it yourself, be sure to wash the underbody and wheel wells thoroughly, use protectants on surfaces to fix UV damage and wax paint to reduce fading. • Inspect your car's exterior for blemishes and clean all glass including mirrors, headlights and other lenses for better visibility. • Prepare for an emergency situation with an emergency kit. You can put one together yourself or purchase one from an automotive supply store. Essential items include jumper cables, tire sealant, first aid supplies and contact numbers for roadside assistance, a mechanic, a tire shop, a 24-hour tow service and a locksmith. If you already have a kit, check periodically to make sure all items are in working order. • Ready to look for a vehicle still under warranty? Automotive sites such as AutoTrader make it easy to search for new, used or certified pre-owned vehicles, as well as offer tools to list your old car for sale. The site's Power Search allows you to search for vehicles by body style, vehicle year, price and more. You can view images of the vehicles and even do side-by-side comparisons. All these features allow you to find newer vehicles in better shape.

         
    Tips to sell your car

     

    Are you looking to sell your car? Selling a car is not that difficult as one feels. All you need is proper guidance and a perfect deal. You can deal, either by selling your car privately or by having a trade with a car dealer. Both the ways of selling cars have their own pros and cons. It is up to you to decide which one is the best for you. Have a look at step by step guidance to sell your car. 1) Place an Advertisement for your car: Firstly you need to place an advertisement that you are selling your car. Placing ad is very important as every one will know that you are selling your car. Through advertisements, you will find more customers for your car. You need to place an ad that sells your car. You need to provide detail information about your car. This includes the car model, date of manufacture and so on. 2) Set car price: Setting price is very important. You have to consider many things before setting a price such as condition of the car, region where it is being sold. Always set the price more than your asking price. So that even if the buyer bargains you will get the required amount. 3) Give your car curb appeal: You need to ensure that your car is in proper condition before you sell it. You need to wash and color the car to make it look more attractive. If you want to make your car look new you can also clean the tires, mirrors, brake dust with a special fluid called Armor All. Make sure that your car is mechanically sound and in good condition. You can get a mechanic check of the car and issue a report about its functioning. 4) Show the car to your buyer: Once you start getting buyers you need to make the buyer feel comfortable and answer their questions firmly. You can ask them to take a test-drive of your car. Show them the reports of the condition of the car. If they insist of getting it rechecked by a mechanic, allow they to do the same. Always remember that first impression is your last impression. So be sure as to how you present yourself. 5) Negotiate for the best price: You need to negotiate with the buyer to get the best price for the car. It may be possible that the buyer puts forward a very low price. This is the time when you have to make yourself firm and try to get the best price. You need to tell him about the positive points of your car. Do not haste as there may be a higher deal waiting just behind. 6) Finalizing the deal: At the time of finalizing the deal you need to check the laws governing the sale of motor vehicles. Depending upon the laws of your state you need to finalize the deal. Once you receive the money from the buyer sign the title over to the buyer. You can also provide them with a sale bill.

         
    Tired of tinted windows

     

    You may have liked having tinted car windows ages ago. But now, it seems like tinted windows are a thing of the past for you and you would like to see your car’s windows clear and clean. Window tints are also known as window films. They are plastic films or even metallic laminates which are transparent. They are, as their name implies, applied to glass windows. They are much used in cars, automobiles, and vehicles for these window tints actually reduce any visible light that goes through the car’s windows and into the interior of the vehicle itself. They are very helpful especially when you live in areas where the sun seems to shine brightest. On the other hand, window tints could also be quite a problem especially during night time. Because they darken the light that goes into the vehicle, the driver sometimes cannot see any road hazards that might be lurking on the streets and highways. This is why there are rules and regulations that the government has done so as to make sure that the window tints and films that would be used for automobile windows are not so dark that they could actually endanger the wellbeing of the driver, his passengers, and other motorists. You can bring your car to a shop that offers services like removing the tint from your windows. Of course, you do have to pay a fee for such a service. But you can do the removing yourself and you would save yourself more money which you could use to purchase Merkur auto parts for your car. A single-edged razor, a clean rag, as well as a spray cleaner would be used to remove the tint from your windows. You start by grab a corner of the film using the razor. Then you can pull the film off once you have a corner of the film already peeled off. When you get the film off, you should put on the spray cleaner to the glass. This would clean up any remains of the film. Let the cleaner stay on the glass for around twenty minutes. Spray on more cleaner if you think your window needs more of that. Then, with the help of the razor, you can scrape off any of the residue. After that, just wipe the glass and your window is now tint-free.

         
     
         
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