For many people, vehicle ownership is simply a necessity. Priorities like getting to work, shopping for groceries, and getting children to and from school and activities are made much easier with the use of a personal vehicle. But when that vehicle needs service, what do you do?
For many drivers, the first line of defense 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 tires last, recognizing the warning signs of a dangerous tire, and knowing about maintenance and repair is critical for a safe ride.
It seems as if every stage of life comes with its own particular set of circumstances. We all face different hurdles and considerations, we become invested in different interests, and we find ways to share and grow. And as we change, the people and things in our life change too.
When it comes to making a vehicle purchase, your credit score is a pretty important number. That is unless you're paying for the vehicle in full at the time of purchase. But, since the majority of vehicles are bought through financing, most buyers will use their credit score to secure their finance agreement.
Here at Miller Auto & Marine, it's no secret that we want to provide our customers with a 5-Star Experience every time they visit. It's part of every department and it shapes the way all of our employees approach their day. To help you see what the 5-Star Experience looks like we asked a few of our staff to share what the 5-Star Experience means to them:
Whether you love it or would rather not think about it, auto insurance is a necessity. Beyond the protection it offers you, your passengers, your vehicle, and the individuals you share the roads with, auto insurance is required by law in the state of Minnesota - and other states as well.
While it's likely you already know if your state does or doesn't require insurance, you might not be aware of what variables affect your auto insurance premiums. Those variables are what I'll be covering below.
Budget constraints definitely come into play when you set out to purchase a new or new to you vehicle. Beyond the cost of the vehicle as a whole, buyers need to think about how much of a downpayment they can afford and how much they can set aside for monthly payments. While buying a brand new vehicle isn't in the cards for everyone, it's important to be able to get a reliable vehicle you want to drive and own at a price you can afford, but how?
Everybody hates dumping money into their vehicle to get it repaired. It's one of the necessary evils of life. So, we've put together this handy infographic for you. It outlines some of the most common car repairs and what you can expect to pay for them.
Because the 5-Star Experience is so important to us and the service we provide, we think it's pretty important for our customers to understand it, too. After all, it's mentioned in our radio ads, on our website, in our videos, and really any other place we promote our products, services, or people.
A flat tire typically shows up unexpectedly and catapults itself onto the top of your priority list. A flat tire can happen to anyone at any time. It doesn’t matter if you were already running late or if you’re wearing a cocktail dress. Regardless of your situation, the basic mechanics of changing a tire are the same whether you’re working with a car, truck, van, or SUV. Below, I’ve broken down how to change a tire in 10 simple steps.
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