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A Family Vehicle

For the first 10 years of my life, I was an only child. Then, my younger sister was born. She definitely changed our family for the better. However, after my sister’s arrival, my parents soon discovered the family needed more space. Our house suddenly became too small. In addition to our home, my parents decided the family needed a larger vehicle. So they set out to purchase a minivan. They fell in love with a blue one at a local auto dealership. The kind salesperson allowed my parents to test drive the minivan over an entire weekend. After keeping the automobile for two days, my parents were hooked. On this blog, I hope you will be inspired to begin your search for the vehicle your family will make unforgettable memories in for the next several years.


The Benefits of Installing Suspension Lift Kits

Do you want to upgrade your vehicle's performance and appearance? It's time to consider installing a suspension lift kit. Suspension lift kits are aftermarket upgrades that lift your vehicle's suspension system, increasing the distance between the body and the ground. Read on to learn more about some of the benefits they can offer. 1. Increased Ground Clearance One of the most significant benefits of installing a suspension lift kit is that it increases your vehicle's ground clearance. Read More 

Purchasing A Used Bus: How To Come Away Without Any Regrets

If you're in the market for a used bus, you're embarking on an exciting journey to find the perfect vehicle for your needs. Whether you're a school district seeking a cost-effective solution for student transportation or a business owner looking to expand your fleet, buying a used bus can offer numerous advantages. Read through the following purchasing guide to find a used bus that works out long-term. Determine Your Specific Requirements Read More 

Signs You Should Hire Skip Recovery Services For Your Auto Dealership

An unfortunate thing that happens sometimes when you own an auto dealership is buyers backing out of their contracts by not paying their agreed-upon car payment but not returning the vehicle. This puts you in a position of not making money on your vehicle and having balances owed to you, all without having your property so you can resell it or otherwise recoup your losses.  What do you do when this happens? Read More