Maintenance and Money

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It’s the time of year when everyone thinks about “spring cleaning” around the house. Routinely maintaining your house is a must for everyone who wants to save money and not be surprised when an emergency happens. But are you following a scheduled maintenance for your car? Most people rely on their car to get them to work, the grocery store, grandma’s house, school, and about every other place you would want to go. Scheduled maintenance for your car is also a must to not only save money, but to not be stranded!

This article from Edmunds.com tells you why it is so important to follow the maintenance schedule in your car’s service manual book and how to not get overcharged by the dealership. So if you don’t want to be pushing your car into an open parking lot any time soon, then you better be ready to save a lot of money in the long run!

But, what if you didn’t follow these steps with your current car, and now it’s time for a new one?  Before you shop for that car, you should shop for your car loan.  This will help you determine how much car you can afford. And, NWGACU is a great place to start!  Here are a few reasons why. With loan rates as low as 2.99% APR for new cars and car prices at historic lows, now is a great time to shop.

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