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Insurance Institute for Highway Top 2019 Safety Picks

Monday, August 12th, 2019
View of New Cars at Dealership

What 2019 vehicles have been chosen as top safety picks?

How important are the safety features in a vehicle to you? Is that something that is a high priority when you are looking for a new or used vehicle? Wondering what 2019 vehicles have been chosen as top safety picks? Keep reading more to find out! (more…)

Why does my steering wheel shake when I drive?

Friday, February 8th, 2019
Man with his hands on a steering wheel

Changes in your vehicle’s handling and ride performance can signal trouble under the hood. If you experience differences in your performance like a shaking steering wheel while driving at high speeds or shaking when braking that wasn’t there before, it’s time to head to your trusted service center for a tune-up. What’s causing the shaking? We outline 2 of the most common causes of steering wheel vibrations and shaking below. (more…)

Which cars and trucks retain the most value over time?

Thursday, October 11th, 2018
Family of four sitting in the back of their crossover

The second a new car leaves the dealership lot, it instantly depreciates in value. While this is true for all new vehicles, some take a bigger hit than others over time. Find out which vehicles and brands have the highest and lowest depreciation values below. (more…)

What are LED headlights and are they worth the money?

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018
Car driving at night with bright headlights

Automotive manufacturers are constantly innovating new products and technologies to put into their fleet of vehicles. While this innovation has brought features like active safety technology into the fold, it can also mean a lot of unnecessary luxuries that hike up the price of new and used models alike. Today, we are going to take a deeper look at LED headlights, a feature that is added to a lot of new models, to see exactly what they are and if they are worth the added money. (more…)

How do I know how much air to put in my car tires?

Friday, September 7th, 2018
customer looking at new tires at the store

Tire maintenance is one of the easiest things that drivers can do to ensure that their car is safe and performing optimally, but it’s also one of the most common maintenance items that is skipped or avoided until a problem arises. Keeping your tires filled to the correct PSI can optimize fuel economy and handling and can even prolong the life of expensive tires. Find out where to locate your car’s recommended tire pressure which is measured in PSI or pounds per square inch below. (more…)

Should I Change My Own Oil?

Friday, July 13th, 2018
Oil pouring from a bottle into an engine

There’s no getting around it, vehicle ownership is expensive. Thrifty drivers looking to save on automotive vehicle service often wonder whether they can do the service task themselves at home for less. While some maintenance and repair tasks should be exclusively saved for the pros, other tasks like oil changes can be done at home. How much money can you save if you change your oil at home? Keep reading to find out. (more…)

What Does it Mean When the Check Engine Light Comes On?

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
check engine light on dashboard

Your car is important to you and, if you are like most people, you rely on it almost every day. This being said, it is important to take care of your car and take precaution when it tries to tell you that something is wrong. One of the most common warning signs that your car gives you when something might be wrong is the check engine light.

The check engine light found on the dashboard of a car can have a variety of reasons that it may come on. Some of the fixes might be something easy and inexpensive that you can do yourself and some may require a trip to the mechanic. (more…)

Is it Illegal to Ride in the Bed of a Pickup Truck in Texas?

Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
2018 Ford F-150 full view

In the state of Texas, it is completely legal for adults to ride in the back of a pickup truck. This is a common sight in smaller towns all over while the weather is nice. Some people might not think twice about it, but if the thought has crossed your mind on if it is legal, you can rest easy.

Although it is legal and may seem convenient, it can still be very dangerous. Passengers riding in the back of a truck bed do not have seatbelts to keep them contained in case of an accident. Even minor things such as hitting debris in the road could cause injury to passengers in the bed of a truck.

For more information on the laws about riding in the back of a pickup truck, continue reading.  (more…)

Are bad credit loans safe?

Thursday, December 28th, 2017
Man holding money symbol

The world is your oyster – if you have good credit. We hear it over and over again how many of our hard-working customers have been turned down for great opportunities at other businesses because of bad credit or no credit. At Coast to Coast Motors we know that life happens and some things are out of your control. That’s why we are proud to be the premier buy here, pay here auto group with locations in Oklahoma and Texas. Here we specialize in bad credit, no credit financing and work hard to help you get the vehicle you need. (more…)

What do buy here, pay here dealerships do?

Friday, December 22nd, 2017

Today, it’s easier than ever before to shop for a vehicle. Whether you choose to shop online, in store or purchase from a private party, there are many ways to go about looking for the perfect car, truck or SUV. But what if you have bad credit or no credit and don’t have the cash upfront to pay for a used vehicle? Many people are in this situation due to bankruptcy, divorce or medical debt. (more…)