Are you in the market for a new set of wheels? With so many choices out there, we’ve narrowed down a few must-have features, as well as features you can skip. Continue reading to learn more!
SeaComm’s online auto buying platform, Garage Gizmo, is helping people find the cars of their dreams! What makes Garage Gizmo special? You’re able to browse through a catalog of new and used vehicles at local dealerships, from the convenience of your computer or mobile device! Continue reading to learn some useful tips that will help you navigate the site and find the perfect vehicle for your needs…
Do you need a new car but have a specific budget? Buying a used car can be the best way to stretch your dollar. When you consider that after one year, a new car on average depreciates 27 percent from its sticker price; after three years, it’s worth about half. But there are certain methods one should practice when searching for the ideal used vehicle. Continue reading to learn 3 important tips to follow during your search.
Traveling in the ice and snow is dangerous – and it can cost you a lot of money in repairs if you don’t take the necessary precautions. But there are a lot of myths floating around which concern the adequate measures to be taken when operating a vehicle in the cold. And unfortunately, drivers are often misinformed about the safest ways to take care of a vehicle in winter conditions. Here are 3 winter car & care myths debunked.
Your daily commute might be costing you a lot more than you think. With so many factors to consider (wear & tear on the vehicle, fluctuating gas prices etc.,) it’s almost more appealing to walk! Of course, as someone who resides in rural Northern New York, I couldn’t imagine trekking to and from all of my routine destinations by foot.
I recently came across a commute cost calculator courtesy of Commute Solutions, which calculates your monthly and yearly cost of commuting to and from work. Continue reading to calculate your own cost of commuting, and to find out what I’m paying! Continue reading →