Looking to Address Vehicle Service & Repair Challenges?
If you are a consumer with an automotive service-related trouble and are looking for competent service, a great source for typically superior automotive technicians is the “Member Shop” listing that can be found at the International Automotive Technicians’ Network: www.iatn.net
And remember to confirm that the shop has ASE-certified technicians — and particularly in the case of the technician working on your vehicle.
Looking for “Do-It-Yourselfer” Information About Vehicles
For experienced car buffs and genuine “DIYers” who want to conduct basic services on cars and light trucks, the online web site www.alldata.com offers a DIY section that enables you to access specs and procedure information.
Looking for Motorists for New Car and Truck Buying Tips?
With thousands of genuinely informative and expert websites on the Internet, along with more than a dozen radio/Internet audio programs — the fact is that research for ‘you’ is still about the ride that works for your style and unique preferences. If you’re good with an “opinion” — everybody’s entitled to take that “one person’s” advice. Consider seeking more than media, talk/opinion resources and perhaps make your most informed and fact-based vehicle decision with credentialed resources.
Here are several website suggestions that may help you add extra insights you may seek:*
*While the results you find from the reviews and actual owner feedback may vary, the investment of time on the web can pay dividends. Keep in mind that there are more than 350 different models offered from more than 40 automakers in the marketplace – new, used, car or truck. One of the great ways to gain genuine ‘expertise’ is to learn from someone who’s owned a vehicle of your interest (such as ‘Read Consumer Reviews’ on the Edmunds.com ‘Car Review’ page).
Other sites that may be of interest to you!