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Most consumers do not automatically think “car auctions” when they want to buy a car. Furthermore, the really good car auctions are only open for licensed car dealers anyway, plus there is the risk that you could buy a “lemon” at an auction, compared to buying from an established car dealer.
Be that as it may, there are still great bargains to be had at car auctions, but only if you know what you’re doing. With that in mind, it will help if you take note of these tips:
Both private and commercial vehicles are prone to damage, and that includes damages brought about by mice. They can chew the electrical wires, and by doing this, the evaporators can be damaged. Having a mouse living in the car is not something new anymore.
Most auto mechanics would attest to the fact that it is quite typical for mice, squirrels and other rodents to nest in the car. Damages can be prevented if you know some important things about them.
Technology continues to develop at lightning speed. Now, everything that you didn’t know you wanted to do while driving is either already possible or in development. Glossy screens and touch interface are only part of the car; consumers want to be confident that these state-of-the-art devices have an actual purpose and not just meant as an aesthetic.
It's something growing in popularity. In some countries, it is even being discussed to be mandatory for all cars. I'm talking about dashcams; those little camera systems you see near the rearview mirror. It records everything you see while driving.
And with so many manufacturers and options, it has become quite affordable. How helpful are these little cameras, are they worth getting? Here are some uses for dashcams that can help you.