What You Need To Know About Title Loans And Car Repossession

Posted on: 15 October 2015

Borrowing money using the title of your vehicle as collateral is a good way to get fast cash without worrying about credit checks. However, the interest can be higher on a title loan, meaning your payments to pay it back could be high. Planning ahead for the payments associated with a car title loan can help you avoid having your vehicle repossessed in the event you default on the loan.
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How To Safely Have Your Vehicle Towed

Posted on: 14 October 2015

When your car has mechanical trouble and requires a tow, most people are nervous about trusting their car with a stranger. On the other hand, if you've recently purchased a recreational vehicle and want to tow your car behind it, you need to know what you are doing. Ensure the safety of your car and other drivers on the road by always following these smart towing tips. How Are Cars Towed?
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Avoid These 3 Pitfalls Of Jumping A Car

Posted on: 13 October 2015

If your car's battery has died, one of the easiest ways to get your car up and running again is to request a jump from another driver. Unfortunately, while this is a fairly common procedure, it's easy to make a small mistake that can either leave you or your good Samaritan in a bad situation. To safely jump your battery and keep your car and theirs running safely, avoid these pitfalls.
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Having A Lowered Vehicle Towed? Try These Tips

Posted on: 12 October 2015

If you love the look of a lowered vehicle, you might have had work done to your car. You probably already know how to drive carefully over railroad tracks and speed bumps, but you might be worried about your vehicle being damaged if you are having it towed. Luckily, there are a few different things you can do to keep your car safe from damage when being towed. Let the Towing Company Know Beforehand
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