What gives Toyota vehicles their high resale value?

By Product Expert | Posted in Toyota, Used Vehicle Information on Thursday, May 21st, 2020 at 9:33 AM
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Why Toyota Models Keep Their Value

It’s widely known that Toyota vehicles retain their value better than most other brands. But why is that?

What gives Toyota vehicles their high resale value?

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What year of Honda Accord should I get?

By Product Expert | Posted in Honda, Used Vehicle Information on Thursday, May 14th, 2020 at 8:05 AM
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The Highest-Rated Honda Accord Model Years

The Honda Accord has a reputation for being a—and often the—top contender for best sedan. With its balance of sporty looks, lively performance, economical cost, and much more, it’s not hard to see why. What is hard is figuring out which model year is the right one to buy.

We’ve narrowed it down to two generations of Accord, both of which are equally excellent according to critics and owners. The model year range spans eight years, giving you plenty of options. Take a look below to see which year of Honda Accord you should get.

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Should I get a newer car with few miles or an older car with more?

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips and Tricks on Thursday, May 7th, 2020 at 5:06 PM
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Used Vehicle Age and Mileage: Newer with Fewer or Older with More?

Some people swear by purchasing a 10 to 15-year-old vehicle, stating that they “don’t make them like they used to.” Other say that buying a 2 to 3-year-old used vehicle will give you the best bang for your buck without most of the used-car headaches.

So, which is it? Should you get a newer car with few miles or an older car with more?

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How to change a headlight in my car?

By Product Expert | Posted in DIY Maintenance on Thursday, April 30th, 2020 at 9:24 AM
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Changing the Headlights in Your Car: Video Guide

Doing any maintenance on your own vehicle is stressful. Cars are incredibly complex. Many people believe that they’re much too complicated for anyone other than a certified professional to work on. This is true for big problems, but a lot of basic maintenance is no-risk and can be done at home with minimal tools, like changing your oil, wiper blades, or headlights.

Here’s how to change a headlight in your car.

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How to stop rodents from nesting in my car while its parked?

By Product Expert | Posted in DIY Maintenance on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 at 7:05 AM
car wires chewed on by rodent

Tips for Keeping Rodents Out of Your Car

With the coronavirus keeping many of us stuck at home, a lot of our cars are also stuck in the garage. This is great for rodents, because an engine compartment is one of their preferred nesting spots. If they do nest in your vehicle, they can wreak havoc on all sorts of systems, potentially rendering your vehicle inoperable.

Here are our tips on how to stop rodents from nesting in your car while its parked.

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Tips for financing a used car?

By Product Expert | Posted in Financing, Tips and Tricks on Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 at 9:29 AM
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How to Finance a Used Car the Smart Way

Many sources will tell you that financing a used car is a terrible idea. It’s not. You just have to be smart about it.

Here are our tips for financing a used car.

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Where can I get my car serviced near Winchester, VA?

By Product Expert | Posted in Service on Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 at 2:59 PM
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CrossPointe Motor Cars Services Still Open

With the COVID-19 pandemic upending just about everything at the moment, it can be hard to know how to get everyday tasks completed. For instance, if your car needs an oil change, who do you take it to? Is your usual shop or mechanic open right now? What if your vehicle needs some major repairs that can’t be done at home with a free afternoon and internet tutorials?

Where can I get my car serviced near Winchester, VA?

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Is it safe to deliver food for extra cash during coronavirus pandemic?

By Product Expert | Posted in Safety on Monday, April 6th, 2020 at 4:34 PM
person delivering a food order

Delivery, Coronavirus, and You: Is It Safe?

You may have heard from friends or family about making some pretty decent cash by doing food deliveries during the pandemic. This might be confusing given the policy of social distancing that federal agencies and the federal government has recommended. For instance, how are you supposed to stay six feet away from people if delivering food involves handing food to someone?

Is it safe to deliver food for extra cash during coronavirus pandemic?

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What are some weird Virginia driving laws?

By Product Expert | Posted in Just For Fun, Local on Monday, March 30th, 2020 at 10:06 AM
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Strange Virginia and West Virginia Driving Laws

Some laws are just bizarre. Often, those weird laws apply to driving. Take a look.

Here are some weird Virginia driving laws.

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Is “rolling coal” illegal in Virginia?

By Product Expert | Posted in Local, Trucks on Friday, March 27th, 2020 at 8:24 AM
Truck expelling diesel exhuast

Rolling Coal Legality and Effects

If you’ve had a diesel truck, at some point in your life you’ve (either intentionally or unintentionally) rolled coal. On one hand, it’s satisfying to see the product of hundred of years of human ingenuity billowing out a vehicle at the touch of a pedal. On the other hand, breathing in a cloud of diesel exhaust isn’t the most pleasant experience. With arguments both for and against the practice, it can be unclear if it’s actually legal to do so.

So, is rolling coal illegal in Virginia?

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