The Yearly Cost Of Auto Collision Repair In The United States

Posted on: 25 November 2015

In 2014, the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a study that estimated the total cost of auto collision accidents and the resulting aftermath to be in excess of $1 trillion. The average auto liability claim costs around $3,232 to repair or replace property; the average cost to cover bodily injury is around $15,443. For collision claims, the average cost is around $3,144, while the avery comprehensive claim costs around $1,621.
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Tips For Protecting Your Car From Road Salt During Winter

Posted on: 6 November 2015

The profuse amounts of road salt spread on the roads and driveways during winter are great for improving driving safety and keeping folks sure-footed under slippery snow and ice, but they can have a severe damaging effect on both your car exterior and interior. Road salt is highly corrosive and can cause rust to develop on your paint finish, door seams and the underbody, lowering your car's resale value while also compromising appearance and performance.
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Tips For First-Time Car Buyers

Posted on: 19 October 2015

There are likely few investments that you will make that are larger than buying a new car. Not surprisingly, this can cause first-time car buyers to feel a tremendous amount of stress when they are considering their options because they will likely need to obtain financing to finalize this purchase. Luckily, you can utilize the following couple of tips to make sure that you are getting the most when financing your next car purchase.
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3 Reasons Why You Absolutely Should Take Advantage Of A Free VIN History Report

Posted on: 24 September 2015

Buying a used car from a dealer means all of the cards are on the table-you get to see who owned the vehicle last, what happened to it when it was owned by someone else, what has happened to it since it was traded into the dealership, and what you might want to fix or replace if you buy it. All of this information is on two documents-the dealership's checklist report stuck to the vehicle's window, and the free VIN history report.
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