In 2017, there were over 3,000 lemon law cases in the United States. The top three vehicle brands for those appearances were Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Ford led the way for cases by far, though. While buying a home is the biggest purchase that almost any American will make, automobiles come in … Read moreThe Sour Truth About the Lemon Law
Nearly 3-million trucks sold in the US by the end of 2018 alone (2,918,785 in total), proving one simple-fact – Americans love trucks. Whether yours broke down, you need cash, or you are trading for something newer. If you’re scouring the internet for “how to sell my truck,” you’ve come to the right place. The … Read moreHow to Sell a Truck
Do you have an old car that’s literally gathering dust out in your driveway right now? Rather than allowing it to sit there for another minute, you should say, “I’m going to sell my junk car,” and get rid of it. You might be surprised to hear that your old car, which has definitely seen … Read moreHow to Successfully Sell My Junk Car for the Most Money
The purpose of traction control is to help vehicles make effective and safe use of all the traction available on the road, especially when accelerating on low-friction road surfaces. The wheels are much more liable to slip on a vehicle without traction control. Your vehicle’s traction control activates when your car senses that your wheels … Read moreWhy Won’t My Traction Light Turn Off? 5 Common Problems With Traction Lights
While cars used to sit in lots, just waiting to be crushed, the automotive recycling industry is now one of the largest industries in the world. Every year in North America, the recycling industry saves about 85 million barrels of oil. And even though the international automotive recycling industry is only around 75 years old, … Read moreWhy Are Cars Recycled, Anyway?
An oil change is one of the most straightforward car maintenance jobs there is. However, many people tend to skip their scheduled oil change, thinking it won’t cause any harm. The truth of the matter is, oil changes are critical to the well-being and longevity of your vehicle. Skipping them or waiting too long between … Read more5 Reasons Never to Skip the Oil Change
Faulty brakes cause plenty of rear-end collisions. Even though brake failure only accounts for 5% of car accidents, there are 6 million car accidents every year in the United States. That means that brake failure is responsible for around 300,000 accidents a year. That’s a lot of car crashes! It’s vital to know how to … Read moreStop! The Warning Signs You Need New Brakes
Brakes are one of the top 5 mechanical failures that cause car crashes. Even though those brake issues are typically due to worn brake pads or ABS malfunctions, your brake fluid plays a valuable role in the proper workings of brakes on a vehicle. Every year in the United States, there are 6 million car accidents. … Read moreGive it a Break: 5 Signs That You Should Change Your Brake Fluid
In 2017, the U.S. saw a whopping 263 million automobile and truck registrations. Of that, 2.32 million were for registrations in Tennessee. Granted, that’s definitely fewer than California. Still, all those cars are driving up The Volunteer State’s hazardous waste production. In fact, the average TN home produces up to 20 pounds of hazardous waste each … Read moreA Guide to Junk Car Battery Recycling in Nashville
The number of car loans in America has been growing over the last few years. Americans are also paying more on average, with many juggling car payments of $550 or more a month. Although loans have allowed more Americans to get into new and used cars, they haven’t actually helped people move into car ownership. … Read moreWhat Is a Lien on a Car and How Can I Get It Removed?