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Summer car care

Once late May hits the temperatures start increasing wherever you are.  As much as we humans love the warmth that summer time brings us, its not so friendly to our cars.  If its 80 degrees out side our cars can reach temps of over 100 degrees.  Hot temperatures can cause wear and tear on the inside of your vehicle.  What I mean by that is the dash of the vehicle can start to crack, heat can cause object to expand so this mean that you can start hearing squeaking from object not being compacted together like when the car was first bought.  Some ways to avoid these problems is by leaving the windows open a little bit.  Another easy solution is buying one of those windshield covers and that should keep your car a little bit cooler.  Remember to keep your car cool during hot months and your interior will take car of you.

American or Foreign cars

With around 1.2 Billion cars on today's roads picking a car might seem impossible.  There are so many choices that if you had an endless supply of money you probably wouldn't be able to pick one.  The most important choice to some people depends on where the vehicle is made.  The main three would be American, European, and Asian.  Which one you pick is totally up to you.  To me it feels like with every country there are three big company's, for example in America you have Ford, Chevrolet, and Chrysler in Europe you have Mercedes Benz, Bmw, and Audi and in Asia or Japan you have Toyota, Honda, and Nissan.  So I just listed nine big car company's there but what about all the other options that can make you choose?  In America everything is Bigger so expect big engines and big sizes.  These are my favorite, in Germany those engineers have gotten it right.  it seems like everything is perfect as soon as you turn the key in the ignition.  In Japan they make cars for the everyday human what I mean by that is, they make cars that are fuel efficient and durable.  But at the end of the day it all depends on the vehicle with all the right options that you want and you never know where you might find it.

My First Car

We all have that first car story that we cant forget.  So here's my first car story.  I was 16 and in high school and I just got my license.  My whole life I had been waiting for this moment.  Every time I step in the car in today's time I get a flash back of my first drive alone.  The best feeling ever, a weird comparison to that moment would be almost the same satisfaction level as being very thirsty and quenching that thirst with a cold glass of water.  Anyways I could go on and on about that day forever, the real reason why you're here is to read about my first car story.  I had expensive taste with a students income.  But I managed to find the best deal on a used gray mustang.  I was so in love with that car that I would wash it every day inside and out.  Sometimes I would not even let people sit in it.  I had a bunch of great memories as everyone should in their first car.  after a few years I was fortunate to move onto something newer and I was more then happy to sell that car to another young teen who was ready create a great story in that mustang.  To conclude it shows that no mater how old we become our first car will always be with us forever.

Is it time for a new car

To some people the topic of getting a new cars fills them up with happiness and some get stressed out.  Getting a new car can be super exciting because its something different and in most cases something newer.  Also getting a new car can be very stressful because you might have to sell your current vehicle if you have one.  Now a days any dealership you go to will have a knowledgeable employee to find the best options for you.  Safe to say getting a car in the 21st century, you're better off buying from a dealer.

Tips On Buying A Car In College

There comes a time when you finish high school and realize its time to buy a car.  Buy a car is a exciting experience especially if its your first.  When entering college the smartest thing to do is purchase used because it is much cheaper then buying a new vehicle.  When looking for a used car it is best to set your eye on one that is 2-3 years old.  Cars that are usually 2-3 years older take a huge depreciation hit and it is possible to find them with low miles.  Once you decide on the vehicle that you want the next step is paying for it.  Most young adults have very little credit or no credit at all.  The best thing to do in that case is purchase using cash, that will also save you from paying the unnecessary interest rates.  Before you drive home with your new vehicle don't forget to have someone with experience check out the vehicle to make sure that theres nothing wrong with it.

Good luck and buy smart!

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