Should You Buy a Motorhome From An Auction?
Are you interested in buying a motorhome? If you are, you will find that you have a number of different options, when it comes to buying one. For example, you can buy a motorhome from a motorhome dealer, from a motorhome showcase or a motorhome convention, directly from a motorhome owner, or from a motorhome auction. If you are like many other hopeful... read more...
How and Why You Should First Research Motor Homes Online
Are you interested in buying a motor home? If you would like to explore the country or just have a motor home to camp in, you may be in the market a new motor home. If you are looking to buy a motor home, you are urged to avoid making one of the most common motor home buying mistakes. That common mistake involves going into the situation... read more...
Advertising on Craigslist
Advertising on Craigslist is worthwhile for just about any business offering products or services. Whether these products are offered through ecommerce websites or physical stores, the business owners can see financial gains through advertising on Craigslist. Firstly unlike other advertising opportunities there is very little risk involved in posting on... read more...
California may allow partially repaired VW diesels to remain on road
SACRAMENTO (Reuters) - California may allow partially-repaired
Volkswagen diesel cars implicated in the company's emissions scandal to
continue operating on its roads because a full fix may not be possible,
the state's air regulator said at a legislative hearing on Tuesday.
California is home to more than 82,000 Volkswagen cars equipped with
"defeat... read more...
Car parts, repair tips and tall tales all exchanged at auto swap meet
Whether your tastes run to 1920s rusty rattlers, 1950s-style flashy
hotrods or those classics in between, you’ll find them all at Ye Olde
Car Club of Tri-Cities’ annual Swap Meet on May 7.The swap meet is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be held indoors and
outdoors at the Benton Franklin Fairgrounds in Kennewick. Admission is
While some of the... read more...
State shuts down 9 unlicensed auto repair shops
The Michigan Secretary of State has shut down nine unlicensed auto
repair shops across the state, including four in West Michigan.
The shutdowns were part of a crackdown on illegal auto repair shops called “Operation Torque Wrench.”
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson’s department issued cease-and-desist
orders to the nine shops, which means they can no... read more...