We all know that cars can cost a lot of money. This is especially true when you have finally got that dream car you’ve wanted for years. That being said, many car owners neglect to take the time to make that investment last as long as possible. So it doesn’t happen to you, here’s a list of 7 tips that you can use to make your automobile last as long as possible.
If you ever need an example of “click-bait,” the title of this article would be a good one. After all, just imagine a car that actually runs on something as common as salt water. Who wouldn’t want to read about it? What’s amazing about this statement is one thing though – it’s true. There is a company called NanoFlowCell in the tiny country of Liechtenstein that is showing a prototype car powered by a fuel cell that is powered by a special type of salt water. With some assistance from Browns Chrysler of Patchogue, NY, a Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep dealer, we have the complete story.
Yes, it’s a bit ironic. Recently the number of cars on this planet passed the one billion mark, yet there are growing movements to create specific areas where internal-combustion-powered transportation is not allowed. Generally speaking, these “sanctuaries” are large cities where car and truck traffic is a real problem and has been for decades. After a spirited discussion with Browns Alfa Romeo of Patchogue, NY, a factory authorized Alfa Romeo dealer, we’ve got the details:
You probably know that people with good credit scores get loans easier and at lower interest rates than those with low scores. Good credit is a nice thing to have. If you are considering a car purchase soon, it might be a good idea to check your credit score so you aren’t surprised. But, how do you find out what your credit score is?