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How to get the best deal when you are looking to buy a vehicle.

You feel ready to make the purchase. But do you really know what you will be facing?
When you feel ready to buy a vehicle, whether is new or used, you need to do some homework before heading to the dealership. It’s a large purchase you are about to do, and you hopefully will have this product for many years to come, so you need to make sure you are 100% satisfied with the deal you get.

Have an idea of what you want. What are you looking for? A sedan, crossover, truck or an SUV? Maybe a sports car? Choose a style of vehicle that goes with your daily life. Do you travel a lot? Do you live in a community with little space for parking? How many family members will be in the vehicle at a time? Along with many other questions. This will help you determine what type of vehicle is more convenient.
Keep your budget in mind. How much are you willing to spend on a down payment? What payments do you feel comfortable making?
Now that you know what kind of vehicles you are interested (and fit you…

Moving Tips - Changing homes isn't always easy

We recently moved offices and got us thinking about all our customers that have to relocate to a new home.
While packing, we decided to put together some of the things we did to make our move as smooth as possible. We thought this would be helpful for people moving to a new city, or a new home.


Before you start packing
Clean before your start putting things in boxes. You don't want dust coming from the old place to the new one.This will also help you get rid of things you really don't need or want anymore.Once you have sorted the things you actually want to take, you can decide whether you can donate the things you don't need anymore.Separate your items in categories like: glassware, cleaning supplies, bedding, etc. This way when you pack, you can sort things in a more organized way.Label your boxes. By category, or by room, you  can even mark which side must go up.Before you disconnect your electronics, take a picture, this way you will know where all the cables go.Update …