Archive for the ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category
It’s not exactly an easy process to buy a car. After all, you can’t just head to the store, pick up what you need, and then leave. It can feel pretty daunting, especially if you haven’t done it before.
The maintenance for our cars seemingly never ends. Every few months it’s time to find a mechanic and get an oil change. It happens so frequently you could almost set your watch to it. After a while, those costs can start to add up though.
What is Volkswagen of Downtown LA’s Preferred Limited Warranty?
Here at Volkswagen of Downtown LA, we believe that those who purchase a pre-owned vehicle deserve peace of mind. That’s why we offer two 90-day used-car warranties, a Preferred Limited Warranty and a Powertrain Limited Warranty, to ease drivers’ worries. Car shoppers may be wondering: What is Volkswagen of Downtown LA’s Preferred Limited Warranty? We’ve put together all the major points that you should be aware of down below. (more…)
There are many benefits to purchasing a new Volkswagen. Not only do you have the newest selection of high-tech features, that “new car” smell and a vehicle that is fresh from the factory, but you also get the benefit of having a warranty. In fact, most new 2018 Volkswagen vehicles—including the Atlas, Tiguan and Jetta—come with the People First Warranty—America’s Best Car and SUV Bumper-to-Bumper Transferable Warranty. (more…)
If you are a frequent traveler, or even just an intermittent one, it’s helpful to have some tips about saving money when renting a car. The ability to rent a vehicle for a set amount of time when you’re away from home is an unbelievably convenient thing to do. You obviously can’t just pack up your car on a plane and you need a way to get around when you get to your destination, so renting a car makes perfect sense. Check out some ways you can save next time you rent a car. (more…)
If you have owned a car for long enough, you have probably smelled some strange odors. Your car is a machine, so it is bound to cause some unpleasant stink from time to time. Most of these smells are not necessarily signs of something super serious, but they should be checked out. Keep reading to explore some common bad smells sensed by drivers. (more…)
Pretty much everywhere you go, it’s illegal to not have some form car insurance. This protects motorists from being hit by uninsured drivers who can’t cover the costs. Car insurance is important to have but it can also be expensive, even if you have a blemish-free driving record. Factors that determine your rates include your car’s age, your age, and your accident/traffic violation history. Let’s check out a few ways you can save some cash on car insurance. (more…)
Gas mileage and fuel economies are brought up so often that we might be desensitized to the whole notion. Almost every car ad, on television and otherwise, bombards us with fuel economy and efficiency ratings, but that’s for good reason. High fuel economies are mutually beneficial for everyone. They save consumers money at the pumps, help sales teams make pitches, and most importantly, highly efficient cars benefit our beautiful planet. Keep reading to learn about what Volkswagen vehicles get the best gas mileage. (more…)
It’s always important to be prepared in case of an emergency. That is especially true when you’re on the road. The last thing you want is to be on a road trip, hundreds of miles from home, and you encounter a situation that you’re not prepared for. Or worse, you have an emergency and you don’t have the supplies necessary to resolve it. Keep reading to get a quick list of things to pack in your Volkswagen so you’re as prepared as possible if you have an emergency on the road. (more…)
Perhaps the holiday season is making you think about getting a new (or used) car for yourself or for a new driver in your family. Or maybe that new driver is living under your roof rent-free could fork over some doe towards a new Volkswagen. Either way, if you’re looking for a car for a teenager, you probably want to know what your best options are. Keep reading to learn more. (more…)