Posts Tagged ‘economy’

Being Careful With Your Car Insurance

Monday, January 5th, 2009

The automobile industry, like any other aspect of the economy, is being battered by declining sales as a result of the ongoing worldwide recession. With the big three American automakers on the brink of total collapse if no bailout is provided by the government and the biggest Japanese car maker declaring losses for the first time in so many decades, cars are being offered like department stores’ red flag items. But still there are no takers as consumers who are threatened by job lay-offs are reluctant to spend the little savings they have as car down payments or be tied up with a five-year loan when everything is so shaky.

Check your Oil Yourself – Be A Handy Man And Save On Maintenance Expenses

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

With the American economy growing more and more unstable, people are looking for the smallest ways to save up on their expenses. While having a car is essential for most to get to their jobs and run other errands, car maintenance can cause a large dent in your cash box. Instead of running to the service center every time you spot car trouble, why don’t you be a smarter vehicle owner and learn a few ways to take care of your automobile on your own?

Fuel Efficiency Facts You Need To Know Now

Thursday, September 18th, 2008

Fuel efficiency is one of the most important vehicle related characteristic that a driver should worry about.  With the oil prices predicted to stay up in the following year, vehicle owners who previously took for granted small percentages of saving fuel economy can effect should now get to understand these concepts better.