When it comes to choosing the right vehicle for their teens, parents have a lot to consider. Naturally, you’ll want your child’s first car to be as safe as possible, and price is also a big factor. Plus, you also want it to be cheap to run—a gas guzzler isn’t going to cut it for a driver with limited income.
It might seem impossible to find a car that encapsulates all your needs, but we’ve got the ideal solution up our sleeves: compact utility vehicles. These cars offer everything you could want in a car for your kid. They’re reliable, safe, and don’t cost as much as their SUV brethren. Read on to learn more about why they are the perfect pick, and definitely worth considering next time you head down to the car lot. (more…)
Having a baby undoubtedly changes your life. Many new parents find their current vehicle unsatisfactory, and want to upgrade to drive something bigger, safer, or more fuel efficient. If you’re new parents or have a little one on the way, consider these five options. (more…)
If you have the car of your dreams, commuting to work or running errands in downtown Denton or along I-35 probably doesn’t seem like much of a chore — but what if you could improve your ride even more? By adding a few handy, useful, or awesome car accessories, you can inject a bit of excitement to your drive.
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Manual transmissions once dominated American roadways and still account for a majority of vehicles abroad. However, less than 3 percent of new vehicles sold come with a stick, a testament to the benefits and convenience of automatic transmissions that Americans prefer. While driving purists may consider automatics sacrilege, few deny that some vehicles are just better with an automatic at the helm. (more…)
Like buying other second-hand goods, purchasing a used car has pros and cons. On one hand, cars depreciate quickly, so buying a preowned vehicle can result in substantial savings, compared to the price of a new car. On the other hand, a Denton used car purchase doesn’t come with the same assurances as driving a brand-new car off the lot.
In most cases, you are not protected if a used car proves defective. And since lemon laws only apply to new cars, you can’t legally claim design or manufacturing errors are to blame for used car defects.