Buying a car takes trust. It's a huge investment, and it takes a little extra time and effort to get it right. When you're on the hunt for the perfect car, knowing where to start may not be easy. But, inding a dealership you can trust is much easier if you know what to look for. Not all dealerships are made equal - some put their customers first, and others put themselves first. Here are four signs you've found a trustworthy dealership worth your business.
When your vehicle is broken down or in need of routine maintenance, having a trustworthy mechanic you can turn to is priceless. For some, deciding where to bring their vehicle for repairs and maintenance causes discomfort, anxiety, or even fear. The uneasiness some feel around new mechanics is perfectly understandable, but it’s also unfounded.
Auto technicians are one of the groups constantly in a battle against negative stereotypes. However, the majority of mechanics are not looking to swindle. They’re doing vehicle repair because it’s what they love, and they take pride in their work.
When your vehicle is in need of service, the world doesn't stop and wait for you. You still have responsibilities and places you need to be. So, what do you do when your vehicle needs service or maintenance? With Miller Auto & Marine, we offer free shuttle service for our service customers, and when appropriate, we also provide loaner cars. Below I'll cover each option in more detail.
There is nothing quite like starting up your vehicle and hearing that comforting hum of the engine. Well, actually, it isn't as much a hum as it is a loud thumping. But that's okay because you've been hearing it for weeks now and it hasn't been a problem. Sure, there are also a few new icons lighting up on your dashboard, but that just makes it easier to read your fuel gauge at night.
I sat down with Bernie Frank recently who's been a Miller Auto & Marine employee for 10 years. Bernie is one of our courtesy drivers, and one of the most real, genuine people I've met. Our customers have plenty of good things to say about this gentleman - here's what makes Bernie Miller.
Perhaps the road was slippery or maybe you overcorrected when you swerved to save a squirrel, but the net result is the same: when last you saw the squirrel he was scampering into the brush as your car went headlong into the ditch on the other side of the road. Accidents happen, and while it is impossible to anticipate when that happening will occur, it is important to know what to do in the aftermath of a roadside mishap. Since winter is coming and bringing with it treacherous driving conditions, now is time to prepare in case you get stuck in a ditch.
Beyond the cost of car payments, petrol, and insurance, the cost of driving your car also includes necessary repair and maintenance to ensure that you never need to file a claim with your insurance. Perhaps your first line of defense when out on the open road is ensuring your tires are in tip-top condition, because where the rubber meets the road is the start of a safe journey. Understanding the basics of how long do tires last, recognizing the warning signs of a dangerous tire, and knowing the best practices when it comes to maintenance and repair of your tires is critical to a safe ride.
For the past two years, I've worked as an auto sales and leasing consultant with Miller Auto & Marine. If someone had told me this 2.5 years ago, I probably wouldn't have believed them. Although the circumstances that brought me here aren't typical, the facts remain: I'm here, I'm doing a job I look forward to each and every day, and I'm good at what I do. My name is K-Sandra, and I'm here to tell you about my career as an auto sales consultant.
Preparing your vehicle for winter doesn't take much effort or expense, but the benefits can be significant. In the video below, I'll walk you through the most important winter vehicle safety tips - these are things anyone who owns a vehicle or drives in winter weather should be aware of. Take a moment to watch these tips, and if you'd like, share it with someone you want to be kept safe this winter.
Purchasing a new, or new-to-you, vehicle is an exciting time for the whole family. Bringing your children along can be a great way to ensure everyone (and their cars seats!) will fit in your new purchase, as well as to teach them about buying and respecting vehicles. If you've brought your little ones along to an auto dealership, you might have learned that their excitement doesn't last as long as the car buying process usually takes.
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