Improving the MPG’s in Your Used Car

March 21st, 2014 by
Improving the MPG’s in Your Used Car

Since the 1990’s, vehicles began weighing more due to the addition of airbags, computers, and plastics, and we all know your MPG decrease with added weight. Therefore, a used vehicle may provide you a better option when trying to improve your MPGs. An aerodynamic, lightweight, efficiently operating car will get the best gas mileage. If…

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Managing a Successful Commuter Carpool

March 14th, 2014 by
Managing a Successful Commuter Carpool

Your first step to running a successful carpool is finding other interested people to fill up the car. Talk about your carpool idea at work, talk to your neighbors and check online carpooling networks. You’ll find potential participants in unlikely places. Once you have a few people in mind, here are some tips to make…

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How to Read a Tire Sidewall

March 7th, 2014 by
How to Read a Tire Sidewall

When shopping for tires, you need to know what the numbers and letters on your tire’s sidewall mean. The sidewall of your tires is filled with important information that tells you everything you need to know about your tire and how to select the appropriate replacement tire. The numbers can be a bit overwhelming to…

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The Importance of Regular Oil Changes

February 28th, 2014 by
The Importance of Regular Oil Changes

Changing your car’s oil at regular intervals isn’t just a good idea — it’s a vital part of keeping your car’s engine running properly. The purpose of engine oil is to keep the internal parts of your car’s engine lubricated and cool. Without frequent oil changes, dirt and sludge can build up in the engine, and old,…

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Tips on Pre-Car Shopping Research

February 21st, 2014 by
Tips on Pre-Car Shopping Research

With so many options available, it is easy to get overwhelmed with major purchase decisions, like a new or used car. A vehicle purchase is often one of the first large purchases an individual will make. You’re spending a lot of money on an item that you want to be safe and get you where you need…

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Which Side is My Gas Tank On?

February 14th, 2014 by
Which Side is My Gas Tank On

Ever drive a friend’s car? What about a rental car? Then you’ve probably found yourself in a very frustrating situation when you realize you need some gas and you don’t know which side of the vehicle the gas tank is located. It’s likely happened to everyone at least once. Your friends at Cactus Jack’s know a…

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Essential Items to Keep in Your Car

February 7th, 2014 by
Essential Items to Keep in Your Car

Creating an emergency kit for your vehicle is one of the first things you should do when you become a licensed driver. Whether your commute is just a couple of blocks or over an hour, you never know when a circumstance beyond your control will leave you stranded. This list of emergency kit items to keep…

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Trim Levels, Options and Packages

January 31st, 2014 by
Trim Levels, Options and Packages

When buying a used vehicle from Cactus Jack’s or a third party, it’s important to understand the options or packages available in the used car you are searching for. There are factory options and then dealer options that may or may not increase the price of the vehicle. Read the differences below to avoid paying…

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Americans are Keeping Cars Longer

January 24th, 2014 by
Americans are Keeping Cars Longer

Vehicle repair shops everywhere are excited about the new poll from Polk, who reports the average age of cars and trucks currently being operated in the U.S. is 10.8 years, which is at an all-time high. “People are keeping their cars because the quality is so much better and they are trying to avoid the…

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Purchasing a Car with your Tax Refund

January 17th, 2014 by
Purchasing a Car with your Tax Refund

An influx of cash thanks to your income tax refund can be used to buy that pre-owned car you’ve needed for a while. To avoid careless long-term spending and overpaying, consider these factors before taking your tax refund to a Phoenix car dealership. Patience The IRS is not going to revoke your tax refund, so…

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