Signs It’s Time for a New Vehicle

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Signs It's Time For a New Vehicle

Sometimes it is easy to miss what is right in front of our noses. We get all caught up in our day to day life and we miss the signs that something might be off. Is your vehicle one of those things you’ve kind of forgotten about? Well, this week we will be talking about some simple signs that indicate it might be time to put your old vehicle to rest.

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Car Buying Services

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Car Buying Services

In our busy everyday lives, it’s sometimes difficult to carve out the time to do the many things we want: pick up new hobbies, exercise, read a book, and so much more. Chores and “to-do” lists take over our days, leaving us with little time to do the things we want due to the time it takes to do the things we must. When shopping for a new car, the search for the perfect vehicle falls under the category of things we must take care of. Researching different dealers, scouring the internet for the best deals and visiting showrooms to look at cars is time consuming. A great way to free up some time for yourself is to hire a car concierge service. This is a service that helps you find your ideal car that fits your budget, taking the leg work out of the car-buying process.

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Fleet Management Strategies for Individual Owners

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Fleet Management Strategies

Managers of vehicle fleets have to adopt efficient strategies in order to properly care for the resources that have been entrusted to them. The advantages of proactive maintenance and the cost of neglect are all magnified if you are responsible for many vehicles. Fleet managers adopt best practices because they are indeed better than the alternatives. Would it make sense for the manager of a family’s fleet of two or three cars to adopt some of the same practices?

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Who Invented The Automobile?

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Who Invented The Automobile?

We all learn about inventors and inventions in history class, but it seems that there is some incongruity when you consider the modern significance of an invention and the likelihood that you will know the inventor’s name. For example, history students often learn that Jethro Tull invented the seed drill, but few 21st century Americans have used one. On the other hand, everyone is acquainted with televisions, but few can name the inventor. Automobiles are another example. It is difficult to imagine an invention that had a more transformative effect than the automobile in the twentieth century, yet few can accurately name the inventor.

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