It is common to think about getting the most sophisticated transmission, the most powerful engine, and the most elaborate super-trick suspension when buying a vehicle. High-quality wheels and tires should be at the top of your list. A vehicle with top of the line accessories is not worth much when riding around on low-quality tires and wheels. Low-quality tires can hurt a great car, and great tires can improve a less than average vehicle.
So you've had a fender bender, which adds you to the more that 5.5 million other drivers in the U.S. who can claim the same or worse each year. It's not the end of the world, but considering your budget and the inconvenience, you might decide that fixing your car right now is not in the cards. This decision might still hold firm even if your insurance covers the cost, as it is quite likely that your insurance premiums will increase.
When I started traveling a lot for work, I realized that my older vehicle might not make the grade as far as performance went. My car was old, outdated, and needed a lot of repairs. It was frustrating to deal with issues on the road, but unfortunately, I came across more than just a few. This blog is here for anyone who needs to improve their car's performance. By reading these articles, you might be able to hone in on problems that are ruining your vehicle, make the necessary steps to make things right, and protect yourself while you are traveling for work.