Winter is a challenging time for any vehicle in most parts of the country. Amigo Insurance shares a checklist to help you determine whether your vehicle is fully prepared for the snowy season.
In this economy, it is important to save money where we can. And one major area that any driver should examine is the cost of auto repairs. Here are a few things that you can do to help you save money on future auto repairs.
When scheduled annually, an auto insurance review is an opportunity to ensure you’re getting the services you need – and also that you’re not spending dollars on coverage that isn’t serving you or your family. There’s no one issue that has to come up.
Over 2.3 million people in the U.S. have bought plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) since 2010. But that number is about to explode, as states are doing more to promote EVs.
The yearly cost of auto maintenance and repairs for a single driver range from a few hundred dollars to over a thousand. Here are some things you can begin doing immediately to reign in those costs and get your repair bills under control.
There are many ways to save money normally spent on gas each month, even while driving the same vehicle. It may amount to a few dollars here and there, but those dollars will add up and give you more spending power at the pump.
Road trips are wonderful, but the last thing you want is to be stranded on the side of the road with an overheated engine. Here’s what you need to know about extending the life of your vehicle.
When it comes to driving, nothing is more important than safety. That’s why, in many states, it is illegal to talk or text on a cell phone while driving.
If you are renting, not only should you be sure to have renters’ insurance when you move in. In most cases, you’ll also want it to include liability protection.