When it comes to buying a quality used car, your friend might seem like a great place to turn. But buyer beware: Here are 3 problems of buying your friend’s…
In the market for a quality used car? Here are things to consider to help you develop a used car buying budget.
Even if you’re working from home, avoiding the grocery store, or sheltering in place, it’s still recommended that you drive your used car at least once every 2 weeks.
As the world navigates through this time of uncertainty, we understand and share your concerns regarding the COVID-19 / Coronavirus. We’re all in this together and we stand by our promise to treat you like family.
Knowing how to care for your used car is more than just knowing how to change the oil or when to rotate your tires (though these are important things to know!). Read on for more ways to maximize the life of your used car.
It’s important to separate fact from fiction when it comes to fuel economy so that you can help ease the pain at the pump.
That pesky orange, engine-shaped light is your car’s way of telling you that something’s wrong. And while it may be annoying, it shouldn’t be ignored.
We’ve outlined a few quick tips to help you be a smarter used car buyer and get you on the road in no time!
Why do quality used car buyers choose The Auto Connection? Let us count the ways, including a no-hassle and no-judgment used car buying experience, regardless of your credit history, a huge selection of quality vehicles, and so much more.
If oil isn’t changed as often as needed, it can break down over time and can’t properly do its job. So, how often should you be changing your oil in your quality used car?