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Should You Refinance or Trade in Your Car?

When you find yourself in tight financial circumstances or in need of a more reliable vehicle, you may face the decision of whether you should refinance or trade in your car for another vehicle.

To make the best decision, you'll want to consider a few surrounding issues. 

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Roof Racks Help Make Trips Easier

The folks at Autosaver MAX want you to make the most of any features that your vehicle has. If you like to travel, your roof rack can make it easier to store everything you need for a road trip. However, before you go anywhere, be sure to read the instructions that come with the rack.

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Don't Let Ice Spoil Your Vision

Here at Autosaver MAX, we enjoy alerting our customers and others to the many hazards of winter weather driving. The roads can become dangerous during winter weather, and while slippery roads are hazardous there is another threat that can present a great danger. This threat is known as impaired visibility, and this situation causes many accidents each and every year.

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The Basics of Handling: Oversteer and Understeer

It's important that a car's handling be reliable. Without decent handling, the safety of the driver, passenger, and surrounding people and things is at risk. Oversteer and understeer are two common problems encountered by drivers.

A vehicle with oversteer turns more than the driver wants it to. That is to say, when the driver turns the wheel, the steering is over-responsive. 

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Protect Your Ride from Being Stolen

Motor vehicles are our primary form of transportation. If your car was suddenly stolen, you would most likely face a serious issue. Unfortunately, this happens to more than 750,000 drivers per year.

You should always take measures to protect your ride. There are a wide variety of antitheft systems and devices that are designed to make vehicles more difficult to steal and easier to recover. 

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Pros and Cons of Drop-In Bed Liners

Bed liners are an accessory adds some versatility to your truck. They help to protect your truck bed and keep your items secure. Drop-in liners are one of the most common types. Are they right for you? We want you to make the most out of your truck, so here are some things to consider.

One of the most appealing things about drop-in liners is their price. Typically, they're offered by manufacturers as a standard feature. 

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How to Haggle the Best Price

If you are just beginning your search for a new vehicle, then you are probably starting to think about your overall budget. This is a big investment, but you want to make sure you can afford it. There are some different factors that contribute to the overall price that you are going to pay for a vehicle. Let us here at Autosaver MAX help you with some tips to haggle the best price for a new car.

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How to Handle a Flat Tire

Flat tires can happen to almost any driver and being prepared can help save you from being stranded with a headache. Our service team of professionals can help to get your car back on the road. For the times when you need to do it yourself, here are a few tips.

Safety should be your top priority when changing a flat tire. Once your engine is off, you should turn on the parking brake.

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Get a Glimpse of Apple CarPlay Vehicles at Autosaver MAX

Apple CarPlay is a built-in feature that is beginning to be more common on many vehicles. CarPlay uses Bluetooth technology to connect any of your Apple digital devices directly to your car. Any Apple devices that are running iOS 7.01 or newer will be able to connect to CarPlay. The iPhone generations 5 and later are also fully compatible with CarPlay features.

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Stay Safe During a Roadside Emergency

No one knows when a roadside emergency will occur. A tire blowout or a car breakdown can occur when you least expect it. Before a roadside emergency strikes, you need to know what to do, and you need to be prepared.

Whatever the roadside emergency is that you experience, always move your car as far off of the road as possible. 

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