Should You Drive with a Cracked Windshield?

Should You Drive with a Cracked Windshield?

While a cracked windshield is usually seen as more of an inconvenience or a cosmetic blemish for your quality used car, they can actually be more serious than you realize. Though you generally can drive with a very small crack in your windshield, the damaged glass...
How To Keep Your High-Mileage Used Car Going Strong

How To Keep Your High-Mileage Used Car Going Strong

Thanks to advances in manufacturing, it’s becoming increasingly common for modern vehicles to rack up a lot more miles than their predecessors. However, there are still some things you need to know to keep your used car going for as long as possible. Be prepared to go...
5 Ways to Show Your Used Car Some Love

5 Ways to Show Your Used Car Some Love

Your quality used car works hard for you every day and never complains — even after you slam on the brakes, drive in the snow, or forget to keep your gas tank full. Here are five easy ways to ensure your used car feels loved and appreciated. 1. Give it a deep clean....
Winter Used Car Care Tips

Winter Used Car Care Tips

Here are a few things you can do to help protect your used car, and yourself, in the midst of harsh winter weather. Check tire pressure weekly. This tip is worth repeating. Your tires lose a pound of pressure with every 10-degree drop in temperature! Driving on...
What Does Virginia’s New Driving Law Mean For You?

What Does Virginia’s New Driving Law Mean For You?

As of January 01, 2021, a new law went into effect that made it illegal in Virginia to hold a cell phone while driving a moving vehicle on a highway. A first offense will carry a $125 fine and a second or subsequent offense, the driver will be fined $250. If this new...