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Your Next Truck Should be a Used Ram 1500

There are very few items of classic Americana more celebrated than the pickup truck. With so many makes and models that one finds on the market, how do you choose the right one? We understand this all too well. Any dealership carries a variety of vehicles to choose from. However, when it comes to unsurpassed quality and high performance, look no further than the Ram 1500 to be the perfect used option for your daily needs.

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Automotive Experts Provide Tips for a Safe Thanksgiving Road Trip

Ah, yes. The family road trip. The rite of passage that one usually undertakes at least once a year. During the holidays, millions of Americans disembark to enjoy the season and commune with family and loved ones. But before you go over the river and through the woods, there are a few things you should know. The best trip is a safe trip, and we’ve consulted our experts for the best advice to adhere to during this time of year to ensure that you have the best memories to last a lifetime in a reliable vehicle!

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Effective Ways of Getting Better Gas Mileage

The continuous turmoil regarding the price of fuel has many consumers worried about how this will impact their budgets. While vehicles are capable of more conservation fuel consumption, the costs can still add up by a considerable amount. And while we have no control over the current cost of fuel, we do have some advice that can help you save some much-needed extra pennies at the pump.

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Extending the Life of Your Vehicle

The purchase of a vehicle has less to do with obtaining consumer goods and more to do with making an investment in your and your family’s quality of life. As such, ensuring that you recoup a sizable return on your investment means prolonging the life of your vehicle for as long as possible. Today, we’ll be going over some basic preventative measures to do this.

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Are Diesel Trucks More Expensive to Insure?

The diesel engine has seen a notable renaissance in the truck world in the past few years. Thanks to manufacturers such as Duramax and Cummins, today’s diesel-powered engines have equipped many trucks with the ability to produce higher amounts of torque, tow larger quantities, and even offer a more conservative fuel consumption compared to their gasoline-powered counterparts. They accomplish all this while operating at lower RPMs and possessing a life expectancy far exceeding the industry norm of 100,000 miles.

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