A lot of people love their cars. Whether it's the handling, gas mileage, or the color, there are always certain aspects of the car that people cling to as a reason why their car means so much to them. Many of us drive our cars daily and have learned which of these features help get us through our commute, whether it's heated seats on a cold winter day or a nice sound system to listen to your favorite music.
Whether it’s blizzards, whiteouts, sub-zero temperatures, black ice, or freezing rain -- Minnesota has it all. To survive the extremes, Minnesotans have to be both tough and smart. Regardless if you are driving to work or running quick errands, road conditions during the winter months are never predictable.
Car paint matters. It’s not just so you can look clean and sporty with candy-apple red or sleek and classy with sheer black. Paint is a key part of our 110-point inspection process when buying used vehicles. It's also important to know if a car has been repainted and how to spot the difference.
Driving in the midwest is typically a pretty easy thing to do. You can get from point A to point B without having to put too much thought into how you are going to get there and how long it may take you. This can be said for three seasons of the year, once winter arrives, most things about your commute need to be taken into consideration. Are the roads plowed and safe? Do I need to leave early in anticipation of delays? Will I need to get new or winter tires?