Buying a car is exciting. The features offered year in and year out are continuously evolving to fit the needs of drivers. When buying a used car, especially if you are not experienced with purchasing vehicles, it’s important to look out for the green flags that indicate a reliable automobile. Even those who are seasoned auto shoppers can benefit from a few tips to secure the best car at the best deal. Trustworthy advice For those who are new to the process, before even setting foot in a dealership it’s helpful to talk to a family member, close friend or someone else that you trust who has knowledge and experience in regards to purchasing a new car.
Transmission Switch Issues to be Aware of
Being able to diagnose the types of problems that can occur with a transmission switch will not only help you to maintain your car, but also to save money. Being aware…Read more ›
Ford Service Advice: What to Know About Collision Repair
Do you know your rights when it comes to collision repair? This video will inform you on what you need to know about repair shops, estimates, aftermarket and...
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Check out these amazing tips from Digital Dealer 22
Greg and Shaun walked the convention center floor at Digital Dealer 22 and interviewed vendors and dealers. Watch this week's video for some amazing tips to help your dealership be even more amazing in 2017.
Safety Tip: Driving Near Farm Equipment
It's planting season again, so fleet drivers are encountering more farm equipment on the roads. Here's some timely advice from the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau to help drivers more safely share the road with farm equipment.
Brake Pads: What You Need to Know
therry/iStock/Thinkstock Subject to tremendous friction and heat, brake pads wear down and must be replaced as part of a car's regular maintenance. In disc-brake systems, the brake pads are the friction material the caliper squeezes against the rotating disc, or rotor, to slow the wheel's rotation and stop the car. In drum brakes, the pads are called shoes How do I know when to change my brake pads and rotors? Squeaks, squeals and metal-to-metal grinding noises are typical signs you're past due for new brake pads and/or rotors. Other signs include longer stopping distances and more pedal travel before you feel significant braking force. If it's been more than two years since your brake parts were replaced, it's a good idea to have the brakes checked at every oil change or every six…
Electric cars have arrived. But what about electric motorcycles?
They're fast enough to keep up with gas-powered bikes. But can the charging infrastructure meet demand?
Quick Tips: Chevy MyLink
Wondering what Chevrolet MyLink is? Watch to find out. Learn more about Chevy MyLink at: www.chevrolet.com/owners/mylink-vehicle-technology Connect wi...