Proudly Serving Kansans for Over 30 Years!
•Don’t buy a new vehicle. Try a used car with 36,000 miles or less. •Check the resale value of a vehicle before you buy. www.KBB.com or www.NADA.com. •Buy your vehicle at the end of the month; you can make a better deal. •Before you buy your next vehicle, research the insurance costs. And comparison shop your insurance. •A maximum of 20% of your net income for all vehicle expenses is what we recommend.
At the Gas Pump:
•Keep your engine tuned up, change the oil every 3,000-5,000 miles and keep your tires inflated. •Use the lowest octane required to run your vehicle. •Gasoline prices typically change on certain days of the week. Take that into consideration when filling up. •Car pool, take the bus, walk or ride a a bike; all great alternatives to using up the gas in your vehicle. •Turn off your vehicle if you’re going to be idle for longer than 30 seconds.