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Choosing a Family Car

I am a mother of four children under the age of 13 who drives a 7-seater crossover to my full-time job every day. My life is full and hectic. So in the middle of a million other things, my husband and I needed to find our next family vehicle. We needed one that is reliable so we aren't wasting money and time with repairs, easy to drive and park, economical with performance when carrying heavy loads but also not burning a tank of gas every hour, and comfortable for us to enjoy our family road tri...

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The Importance of Payment Protection – Credit Life & Credit Disability

Life can change in an instant! If something unfortunate happens to you, your loan commitment could place a huge burden on you or your family. To protect your assets and your family's financial well-being consider credit life and credit disability for your next auto loan. By adding this protection, it can pay off your credit balances in case of death (credit life) or a serious illness or injury (credit disability). This insurance can be secured at the time of closing your auto loan. Credit life i...

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Uber and Lyft are fun, easy, convenient…and dangerous?

Yes! There are some hidden dangers when using ride-share services. Almost everyone I know now has either Lyft, Uber or some type of ride sharing app on their smart phone. It's quick, easy and no cash is needed. What could be wrong with that? After doing some research, and reaching out to our auto insurance partners, I was shocked to find out that as a passenger I may be putting myself at risk if injured while traveling in a ride-share vehicle. Unfortunately many of the drivers are unaware of the...

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Preventative Maintenance

When owning a car, whether it's new or used, routine maintenance is a must to keep your car running in optimum condition. Learning your car's maintenance schedule is important so you can prevent costly repairs. For example, changing your oil and air filter, getting a tune up, checking all your fluids, and also checking for leaks can avoid expensive maintenance. Changing your engine oil and oil filter every 3,000 miles or every 3 months, whichever comes first, is the recommend schedule. Now with ...

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The Car We Didn’t Sell

Our best deal yet may very well be the car we didn't sell. Let me go back a bit and explain. I was part of the concept team that created We Drive. Our goal was a cutting-edge, car-buying solution with a great member experience. We wanted to offer new and used vehicles, even motorcycles, with financing and leasing, that was best for the member. In short, the right car for the best deal. As one of the leaders of this team, I've watched each of them take We Drive from an idea to a great, successful...

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Does the New Technology in Your Car Drive You Crazy?

 It's been 7 years between car purchases for me and with my new 2018 vehicle I am amazed at the technological improvements. Sure, the salesman synced my cell phone with my new car just before I drove it off the lot. As usual the car-buying process at the dealership took several hours. Who wants to spend another hour or more on top of that checking out every button, every option, every feature? I certainly didn't. And when I looked in the glove compartment to see the vehicle's Operator's Man...

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