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Archive for the ‘FAQ’ Category

How can I establish a good credit score with no past credit history?

Monday, February 18th, 2019
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Establishing a good credit score can be harder than you think. In many cases, companies require you to have some kind of credit before accepting you for a loan or credit card. But, it can be hard to build up any kind of credit without having a credit card or loan to begin with leaving some users stuck in a loop and unsure where to go next. Do you have nonexistent credit? Find 3 easy ways to build up your credit from scratch below. (more…)

Why does my car always smell musty?

Saturday, February 16th, 2019
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Has your car developed a musty odor that makes each trip out the door less than a pleasant experience? Have you stopped offering rides to friends because of embarrassment? We address the three most common reasons why your car has a musty odor and what you can do to eliminate it once and for all below. (more…)

What should I do if I need to file a car insurance claim?

Thursday, February 14th, 2019
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Almost all drivers will experience an accident at some point in their driving life. If you’ve found yourself needing to file a car insurance claim but you aren’t sure about what the process is like, don’t worry! We break it down step by step here. (more…)

When am I most likely to get the best deal on my car purchase?

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019
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A car purchase is likely one of the largest investments you will ever make. While many people end up having to purchase a new model quickly because of loss of reliable transportation, car shoppers who have more wiggle room in their timeline could score major deals by shopping at just the right time. Which day of the month is best for new and used car shopping? We discuss more below. (more…)

What You Should Know About Texas’ Unattended Motor Vehicle Law

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019
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Texans set on escaping the winter chill may need to get creative with their commute. Texas’ Unattended Motor Vehicle law strictly prohibits leaving a running vehicle unattended, so warming your vehicle before you travel might land you in trouble with law enforcement under certain circumstances. Breaking this law is considered a Class C misdemeanor and can get you a ticket of up to $500. Keep reading to learn about the Unattended Motor Vehicle law and whether or not it’s illegal to warm up your vehicle in Texas. (more…)

What car should I buy to drive Uber or Lyft?

Friday, January 18th, 2019
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Are you considering driving for a ride share company like Uber or Lyft? While any reliable and clean vehicle should be fine to get you started, some choices may be better than others when it comes to fuel economy, overall price or passenger capacity. Find some of our suggestions for the best vehicles for ride-share drivers below. (more…)

Coast to Coast Motors Offers Car Rental in OKC and Houston

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019
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Are you looking to rent a car, truck, or an SUV in the Houston or Oklahoma City areas? The Coast to Coast Motors group has what you’re looking for! Two of our dealership locations now offer vehicle rentals for vacations, business trips, etc. (more…)

What is the difference between towing capacity and payload?

Thursday, January 10th, 2019
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Occasionally, we hear people using the terms towing capacity and payload capacity interchangeably. While both are a measure of how much weight a vehicle can accommodate, they aren’t the same and understanding what the differences are is important for the safety of your passengers and cargo. We explain towing capacity vs payload capacity below. (more…)

How do you know when your car battery is about to die?

Monday, December 31st, 2018
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Keeping on top of your car battery’s health so you can get a replacement before it dies and leaves you stranded in your garage or a parking lot can save you a lot of trouble. Find the top 3 signs that that signal that it may be time for a new car battery below. (more…)

Tips and Tricks For Securing Affordable Car Insurance

Monday, December 17th, 2018
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We all want affordable car insurance that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. But, it’s also important to get the comprehensive coverage you need so you can feel confident that you are protected in the case of an accident. Our friends at Edmunds put together a vehicle with some tips and tricks for securing an affordable car insurance plan without sacrificing on coverage. (more…)