• When Will Insurance Not Pay For Your Auto Glass Replacement?

    The structural integrity of your windshield is vitally important -- your car's windshield is the only thing protecting you from debris, leaves, insects, and small chunks of gravel being hurtled into your face at 65 miles per hour. Most chips and cracks in your windshield can be repaired at a very low cost, although in most cases your auto insurance policy will cover the minimal cost of these repairs. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule, and you may find yourself unexpectedly paying for certain expenses with your own funds.

  • Buying A Used Car That's Almost Like New

    Car buyers who want a vehicle that's almost like new at a good price should consider purchasing a demonstration or "demo" car. These are vehicles which have been driven by dealership personnel or used for test drives. In some cases, purchasing a demo car allows you to buy a car with very low mileage for a good price. This article examines some of the key points to remember when considering a demo car.

  • 3 Easy Tips To Protect Your Motorcycle's Paint Job

    One of the best things about owning a motorcycle is making sure that it looks great. One of the main ways that people choose to customize their motorcycles is to have an incredible paint scheme applied. Flames and other graphics can help you make your motorcycle truly your own. The main problem is that—regardless of the amount of detail in a paint design—there is always the danger of it being ruined.

  • Hidden Wheel Lift Tow Trucks Make Repossessions Go Smoother

    A big part of any repo company is their tow truck. Since the company needs to haul away cars of those people who haven't paid their bills, they need to have a reliable tow truck. More than that, the company needs to have a truck that the driver can use to get the vehicle quickly. If it takes too long to grab the vehicle and haul it away, the owner of the car can come out and cause problems.