Lawbreaker… Well that’s a pretty nasty word. What would you do if someone called you a lawbreaker? It’s not like you’ve knocked someone’s lights out or swiped a purse right? I’m hinting at something even less subtle than cruising 5 over the speed limit. The culprit just might be the mobile device that you’re reading this article on! The unfortunate truth is that the majority of people with cellphones and access to a vehicle are lawbreakers. If you have ever texted while driving you just know that it’s
Every year during New Year's people die from a completely preventable cause: Drunk drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, deaths resulting from drunk driving are actually increasing from previous years. In the past ten years, 41% of people who die on New Year's are killed by drunk drivers. As a response to this astounding figure, 7.5 million dollars have been invested into a nationally advertised campaign called "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over".
Buying a car from someone that is already financed can be a pain if you have no idea what you're doing. Based on past experiences, I will guide you through the process so you can avoid any hiccups along the way! The first thing that you'll have to understand is how to pay off the lien (pronounced lean). What the heck is a lien?!? If you're already scratching your head like a confused chimp, it's okay. Many of us have been in your shoes. The lien is the amount of money that a person still owes on whatever they financed.
For a few years now, MilitaryCarLot.com has proven to be an increasingly useful and effective resource for those buying and selling their vehicles. In fact, it is the success stories that you send us that power our drive to make this site even better for you! As a result of this, MilitaryCarLot.com has partnered with MilitaryTimes.com and veteran-owned SargesList.com to exponentially increase the visibility that your ad gets. Every single ad that is created on MilitaryCarLot.com is now automatically being showcased on the Military Times' online classifieds.
Not everyone has the mechanic's eye. All too often we find ourselves as helpless babes at the mercy of the all-knowing mechanic. So let me enlighten you a little bit to potentially save you some serious $$$. One of the most common things that will activate the dreaded "Check engine light" is a faulty spark plug. For a remarkably cheap and simple component, spark plugs play a pivotal role in the operation of your car. They are responsible for igniting the fuel that goes into your engine. They are relatively easy to replace and can be done with just a little bit of know-how.
Whether you are on the verge of buying or selling a car, both parties have responsibilities to fulfill before everyone can live happily ever after. If you have never privately bought or sold a car before, there are a few things that you should be aware of. Depending on what country, state or even county that you live in, there are going to be certain things required of you to legally complete the sale. No matter where or who you are, a title transfer is going to be required. Don't make the mistake of handing someone $3,000 cash and driving off without a signed title.
Getting a new car (Or at least new to you) is awesome. You go to the store to buy special soap and wax that you can lavish on your new love and maybe hang a pine tree scent from the rearview mirror. Many of us have been there. The dark side to this is that you might still have your old car sitting in the driveway. You can almost feel it jealously staring at you and its replacement. Something must be done about this.....
Buying a car is no easy task. In fact, it can be a rather tedious process if you do it right. When looking at a car that you're interested in, there is nothing wrong with approaching it with a certain degree of skepticism. So I have a quick three tips that you should always keep in you mind when inspecting a car for purchase:
Would it surprise you to know that there is one easy thing that you can do to stay safe on the roads AND increase your gas mileage by 10%? All you got to do is keep you tire pressure at its proper level. Easy as that! It is estimated that 1 in 20 crashes is directly linked to under-inflated tires. The good news is that keeping your tire pressure at optimum levels cost about 75 cents and can be accomplished in less than five minutes. Pretty much every gas station has a heavy-duty air pump that can fill your tires with some fresh air. You don’t have to run over a bucket of nails to cau
Join the official MilitaryCarLot.com Facebook page! For some time now, we have been developing yet another great way that you can connect with others in the military community. With a following of more than 7,000 people, our Facebook page is an excellent way to get some additional coverage for your ad. Simply create your free ad and post your listing on our Facebook! On our page, we frequently post useful resources for buying and selling cars.
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