We see it all the time…bargain basement pricing for popular auto repair services. Today we’re going to focus on the very important brake job, and why you should never skimp on a critical safety system like this. This video feature comes to us from David Rogers, the Monday Morning Mechanic.
If you’re concerned about your brakes, bring your car in for a free brake inspection. If you’re in need of any repairs we’ll provide you with a free estimate that’s fair and complete.
Do you understand the difference between the MSRP (sticker price) and the New Car invoice price? Not knowing can end up costing your thousands of dollars when you go to buy a new car at the dealership. To successfully negotiate a good deal on a new car, you must first know what to pay.
In the United States culture, a car in proper working condition is a must have. Depending on where you live, it may be near impossible to carry on basic activities without one. But, a new car is an extremely expensive purchase. In a tight economy the decision about which car to buy and when should be made with careful consideration. Listed here are four tips that can seriously decrease car costs. While using all of them will maximize savings, we know that may not be a reality in all situations.