How to Better Market Your Car Dealership

When you own or manage a car dealership you know that your sales numbers are everything. While having a good sales team is required to bring in the best numbers every month, your marketing strategy is what will really help you meet your goals. Here are a few ways that you can better market your car dealership.  Use Radio Commercials Nobody is a better audience for car buyers than those who are behind the wheel of their own car. Read More 

Information On Vehicle Recovery

If you like to go off-roading, then you know there are times when it's easy for things to get out of hand and you can find yourself stuck in a precarious predicament. If you end up stuck, you may need to have someone come out to recover your vehicle. If you end up stuck, you want to know about the process of vehicle recovery, as well as some of the obstacles they may face when they come out to recover your vehicle for you. Read More 

Questions About Tow Trucks

If you ever need to have a tow truck come out and tow your car for you, you may find yourself having some questions about the process, as well as other things that revolve around having your car towed. You can read about some of the questions many other people have and the answers below: Will you be able to ride in the tow truck? When you need to have a tow truck come out to tow your car, it can be scary to think that you may not have a ride, especially if you happen to be stuck in an area that's not near civilization. Read More 

Tips For Identifying Automatic Transmission Problems

Every vehicle will have either a manual or automatic transmission. A manual transmission, often referred to as a stick-shift vehicle, requires you to know when to shift the vehicle into different gears as you accelerate. While some people have trouble handling this responsibility, it puts less wear on the part and it has fewer problems as a result. An automatic transmission does all of the gear shifting for you, but at the expense of creating more problems. Read More 

Tips for Avoiding Unexpected Fees When Renting a U-Haul Truck

Renting a moving truck is pretty straight forward. You are charged a flat fee for the truck based on its size and extra fees for the mileage that you use for driving around town. However, it is possible to be charged additional fees with your rental. Here are some tips for avoiding those fees.  Point Out Damage Before You Leave Your rental contract will state where the truck has existing damage on it so that you are not found responsible for causing it. Read More