Drive off from the dealership with the car of your dreams with this car buying guide
SO, you’ve finally decided to buy a car, however, late because, one, December is the best time to make that purchase with many dealerships promoting bargains, and two, because today’s car purchase is now under the new excise tax law.
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By now, you're done with borrowing Dad's sedan and are looking for something more up to your speed. Buying a new car can be tricky, especially with all the options available in the market. Buying second-hand used to be the only option for purchasing a first car but with the financing deals being offered today, many are opting to look into brand new vehicles. Here are some tips to keep in mind at the dealership showroom, to help you find the car that is not only suited to your needs but will also help you look incredible when driving.
UNDER-INFLATION. The no.1 problem we encounter are under-inflation of tires. Most people don't know that tire pressure drops about 1-2 psi every month just due to oxygen permeating the rubber causing tire pressure to drop even if you don't use the vehicle. When tire pressure drops, your tires encounter more and more rolling resistance therefore causing you higher fuel consumption and tire wear.