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100 Miles Per Gallon? That’s So “1992”

  According to a new survey by JD Power and Associates, approximately one-third of consumers in the United States consider fuel economy to be a key factor when purchasing a new car. With fuel economy, dependence on foreign oil, pollution, and global warming weighing heavy on the minds of so many people recently, it may be a surprise to learn …

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6 Simple Steps To Avoiding Expensive Car Repairs

Quite often, a visit to the car repair shop can be even more painful than a visit to your dentist. Perhaps physical pain it’s involved, but some car repairs can leave your wallet feeling pretty empty and you with a bad taste in your mouth. The best way to avoid costly repairs is to take preventative steps that will keep …

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5 Practical Ways To Check A Used Car

Since its inception, the market of used cars has suddenly escalated at an unprecedented rate for the past few years. In fact, surveys show that the number of people who buy used cars is almost tripled when compared to the number of people who buy new cars. That is why many people are enticed to buy used cars because it …

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What is a Used Car Blog?

Who am I? I am the guy who loves anything with an engine. Seriously, when I see any strange object that someone has designed and put together to run on gasoline, I’m interested. Growing up around fast cars, motorcycles, and ATV’s I simply never stood a chance liking anything else. In 1994 when I was fresh out of high school and …