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Car Safety – What Are The Things To Look For

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

Your car can be considered your second (or third, depending) home. This is why you need to be sure that your vehicle is safe, for you and for all the other people that ride in it. If you use your vehicle to transport your children to school everyday, the more pertinent it is to check your automobile’s safety equipment.
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What To Do With A Car That Keeps On Jiggling

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

Along with the oil price hike that seem to go up every week, car owners also have to face the rising prices of auto parts and services. But luckily there are still a lot of ways to get discounts and even small rebates on credit card purchases. However, it is still not enough to cover the increase in prices of having car fixed.
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Automotive Future – What You Might Not Know About Ethanol

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

With the introduction of ethanol as an alternative fuel source for vehicles, there have bee rising hopes that the vehicle industry will see an end in the gas price hikes and the increasing concern for environmental damage car emissions bring. However, it is unfortunately untrue and most of us do not even realize it. For one, ethanol production will not lower gas prices; it is just one way of decreasing the dependence we have on the valuable oil OPEC controls.
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Automotive Parts And Services – What You Can Do Online

Monday, October 6th, 2008

With the impact of the global economic crisis felt in every section of the society, car owners are finding it harder and harder to keep their cars in mint condition. Aside from the gas prices going higher every week, automotive parts have also become more expensive. Additionally, car service centers have started to charge higher rates for maintenance and repair jobs.
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Car Service Centers – What They Offer

Friday, September 26th, 2008

All car manufacturers acknowledge the fact that well-cared for vehicles are more reliable and will definitely be in it for the long haul. This is why car owner’s manuals include everything necessary for an owner to know to maintain his vehicle, including schedules for maintenance and replacement. The manual also includes specifications for all the parts of the vehicle that needs to be cleaned or changed during the vehicle’s lifetime. This way, it will be easier for the auto owner to keep hi car in mint condition.
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Auto Insurance – What It Is And Why You Need It

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

If you have a car, having insurance for it is not given as an option, you really need one, legally. This type of insurance protects you from financial problems and potential money loss if ever you figure in an accident.
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Changing Your Vehicle’s Oil Yourself- What You Need

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

Every vehicle owner knows that changing oil in a car’s engine is a vital component of automobile maintenance.  An oil change service is a big part of auto services’ overall scheme to get profits.  What would you say if you can actually learn to change oil yourself? You will probably save on a lot of money and the time you spend on getting your car to the service center and waiting for it to finish can e used on changing the oil yourself in the comforts of your own home.  You will feel more satisfied that you accomplished this maintenance task without a professional.  You will also get a lot of discounts on the purchases that you will make for the chore if you have a gas credit card that offers cash backs or discounts.
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Shell Gas Cards, What You Need to Know

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

With gas at 4$ a gallon, we’re all looking for a great deal that can help us save money. If you’re looking for the perfect gas card, why not get one that provides you with solid benefits and great rewards? Why not get a card from a station that you go to every single time you need to fill up that empty tank?

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What is the Average Interest Rate of a Gas Card?

Monday, June 30th, 2008

What’s the big deal about interest? The interest rate of a card is one of the reasons that people choose to apply for or sign up for a card. A high interest rate can drive a small balance up to the point where you can no longer pay. A low interest or zero interest card is easy to pay off as well as easy to use. It means that you’re paying lower fees for using your credit card. The rate that you get can make the difference between signing up, saving and even with your possible cash backs and rewards.
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What to Look for in a Gas Card

Friday, June 20th, 2008

If you’ve decided to invest in a gas credit card, you might be a bit confused about how many types of cars are available on the market. There are so many offers and types of cards that you might just throw up your hands to say: “No more! I give up!” Being smart about your gas cards will eventually save you more money than just applying for the first one you see.
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