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Do You Look Like Your Car

It's Not Just A Coincidence!

You've heard stories about people looking like their pets, but did you know that people can also go to great lengths when it comes to their cars. ? It might sound far-fetched, but a recent Facebook Post from Polizei NRW Hagen shows a car they pulled over. It was a BMW3 Series E-30 Touring with a matching trailer.

But what happens when you don't love your car the same as you used to?  It might be time to trade in your car for a new one. If you're not sure if it's time for an upgrade, ask yourself the following questions.

  • If the answer to the majority of these questions is no, then it might be time for a newer car. You'd be surprised how far your money can go when you're trading in your old car for a new one. Newer and Use Cars have so many features that make driving more enjoyable, such as Bluetooth connectivity, built-in navigation, and heated seats.

    It's pretty clear that people can get very passionate about their cars. Whether it's because they enjoy driving them or because they take pride in how they look, people put a lot of effort into keeping their cars looking and running great. If you're starting to feel like your car doesn't measure up anymore, call or stop by today.

    Our trade in process is easy and we will give you a fair value for your car. We will complete all the paperwork for you so you can start shopping for a new one that has all of the features and amenities that you want. Don't wait any longer to love your car again!

Stolen Car = Stolen Dreams

Can You Avoid The Nightmare?

You've waited  so long. You finally saved up enough money to buy your dream car. You do your research, take test drives, and find the perfect one. The day finally arrives when you drive off the lot in your new car.  You're on top of the world. But then, one day, your car is gone. It's been stolen. Your dream has become a nightmare. No one ever thinks it will happen to them. But every year, thousands of people have their cars stolen. And for many, the loss is more than just material - it's a devastating blow to their sense of security and well-being.

 

For victims of car theft, the experience can be traumatizing. Not only are they left without a means of transportation, but they also have to deal with the fallout from the crime. This can include everything from filing a police report to dealing with insurance claims.If you've been the victim of car theft, it's important to know that you're not alone. There are resources available to help you through this difficult time. And with a little effort, you can make sure that your car is returned to you safely

Most Stolen Cars Of 2021

According to a recent article from autoblog.com the most stolen cars of 2021 were.

  1. Chevrolet pickup (full-size): 48,206 total thefts

  2. Ford pickup (full-size): 47,999 total thefts

  3. Honda Civic: 31,673 total thefts

  4. Honda Accord: 30,274 total thefts

  5. Toyota Camry: 17,270 total thefts

  6. GMC pickup (full-size): 15,599 total thefts

  7. Nissan Altima: 14,108 total thefts

  8. Honda CR-V: 13,308 total thefts

  9. Jeep Cherokee / Grand Cherokee: 13,210 total thefts

  10. Toyota Corolla: 12,927 total thefts

 As you can see from the list above the most stolen cars are full-size pickup trucks followed by Honda Civic and Accord. Although these represent the most stolen vehicles it doesn't mean that these are the only ones being targeted. In fact, any car can be stolen regardless of make or model.

Always Lock Your Doors

This seems like common sense but you'd be surprised how many people don't do it. Always make sure to lock your doors, even if you're just running into the store for a quick errand. And don't leave your keys in the ignition - no matter how tempting it may be on a hot day.

Don't Leave Spare Keys In The Car

Another common mistake is leaving a spare key hidden in the car. This may seem like a good idea at the time, but it's just asking for trouble. If a thief finds your spare key, they now have easy access to your vehicle.

Install A Tracking Device With A Remote Kill Switch

If you're really concerned about your car being stolen, you can install a tracking device with a remote kill switch. This will allow you to track the location of your car if it's stolen, and even disable it if necessary. Typically they come with an app that you can use to track the location of your vehicle. Then remotely disable the car and notify the authorities who will then be able to apprehend the thief and return your vehicle.

Consider A Wheel Lock

A wheel lock is another good idea if you're worried about your car being stolen. This is a device that attaches to your wheel and makes it very difficult for a thief to drive away with your car. They're not 100% effective, but they can be a good deterrent.

Park In Well Lit Areas

Whenever possible, try to park in well lit areas and never leave packages or valuables in plain sight. Thieves often seek out easy targets of opportunity, so the less tempting your car is, the better. Although not full proof, putting valuables in the trunk is also a good i

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