Friday, May 16, 2014

Crowded Roads Means being More Careful

Thanks to writer Kerry Blake for the following insightful article on bike safety on the roads. Please remember to always watch for others on the road. As always, remember to visit Betten Imports to meet your transportation needs.

I love motorcycles, and I love cars, too. Seeing big bikes and motor scooters down the road reminds me of a hobby that I recently gave up on. There are good reasons I am now sticking to a four-wheeled 'cage'. I had a motorcycle accident a few years back. To cut a long story short, I was cut off by a car. The truth is we were both at fault. He did not look in the rear or side view mirror before passing the vehicle in front while my error was not wearing my armored jacket and gloves, although I had a helmet on. I landed on the pavement trying to avoid the errant driver and got bruises and scratches on my hands, elbows and knees. He apologized and gave me some cash for meds and we both walked away with lessons learned.
Emily T.”
This is not to build a gap between drivers and bikers because I am both. The point here is that motorcyclists, drivers and even cyclists can share in making the streets safer. We all share the responsibility of avoiding collision and injury. We all know very well that a car driver is much safer, being surrounded by an armor equipped with plenty of safety features. A cyclist or a biker is exposed to all bodily dangers. We should all practice road courtesy and mutual respect.
Car drivers should make it a habit to do the scan: check mirrors often, whether in slow, heavy traffic and even when in full stop. Before passing, make sure there is no vehicle behind and in the opposite lane in front. Use your flashers/signal lights when passing. Decrease speed when passing cyclists and don't blow your horn. Keep distance when passing one. After passing the two wheeler, check the mirrors again before going back to your lane. Before opening your door on the street, check for cyclists. Show them the same respect you would to a four wheeler, like yielding. Check the bike lane before turning right. If you have too many blind spots in the car, install blind spot mirrors.
Almost all these are also applicable to big bike riders. Remember that these motorcycles can accelerate faster so give them some space and let them pass. Do not race them or worse, cut them off. That rider is also a human being; he has a wife and kids, too. Nobody wants to lose their hands or legs. Keep that in mind.
Motorcyclists should keep safety the priority. Helmets, gloves, boots and other protective gear should be worn whenever or wherever the biker goes. Turn on the headlights even in daytime, especially if your bike does not have daytime running lamps yet. Install some if possible. Choose bright-colored gear. Add blinkers to the bike if possible. Some riders find this un-cool but I think getting hurt is more un-cool. When following a vehicle, stay in the driver's field of vision. Flash your headlights before passing. In stops, do the scan as described earlier. Stay in between lanes to avoid sudden-stop accidents. Do not start a car war or race. You are more vulnerable, even if you have extensive experience. You are simply no match for a car that is like a rolling tank compared to your bike.
Stay safe. NEVER drive or ride drunk. Avoid road rage. To do this, slow down or pull over to avoid the troublemaker when you are starting to get angry. Find a distraction like turning on the radio, turning your thoughts to something more important. Do not discriminate other vehicles. You are all on your way towards a destination. Basically, all motorists should follow all traffic laws, signals and signs.
With spring and summer on the horizons there will be more and more two wheelers on the roads so we should all be careful.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

What is the type of car most suitable for your needs?

Thanks again to guest writer Kerry Blake for this great article about picking out the right car to meet your needs. Having the right vehicle for your life can make a huge difference for you, your kids, your work, or whatever needs you have. For further advice on this topic, please contact Betten Imports.

The decision of buying a car is not a simple thing to do, no matter if you are buying a car for the first time or you are looking to replace the old one. There is a list of things that need to be considered and once you have decided to do this, you better be prepared for a mountain of work, changed opinions, thinking and rethinking.
Think of your budget
The starter should be the amount of money you are able and willing to spend on your car. Sometimes, you will find a really good buy which will save you a lot of money, that is, not always will you have to spend all the money you saved for that purpose. But, the case is usually totally the opposite. People often wish for much more than they can afford. Don’t get your hopes up too high, as you will be left in debts and this is not the point. Making this an enjoyable experience and the feeling of success are your ultimate goals. Smart decisions when buying a car are really important – the equation is simple: if you spend more money on a car than you are supposed to you will have to cut on some other things in your life.

Choose new or usedThere are so called sticklers to buying a new car, which is not a bad thing if you can afford one. All the repairs and extra expenses will be postponed and you will enjoy your driving as long as you keep the tank full. On the other hand, buying a car that is not new is not a bad choice either, as long as you pick the one that is still in good condition. There are drivers that change their car on periods during a year or two, so you can come across some new models easily. Used doesn’t necessarily mean old.

Things you should keep in mindSome basic things you should keep in mind when buying a car are surely familiar to you: performance, electronics, gas consumption, safety, comfort – these things will further influence the quality and safety of your life. Driving a car nowadays is not something you should play with. Traffic is becoming more and more dangerous with all the young and inexperienced drivers piling up. The stress in your life can influence the way you are driving, and you don’t need additional stress because your car isn’t working properly. Don’t risk your life and the life of others, think before you act – be a smart buyer.

What do you need?One of the possible questions when buying a car is definitely the one concerning the size and shape of the car. What will suit your needs and satisfy your taste? Start with the question – what do you need your car for. OK, this question sounds a bit awkward, as you need it for driving obviously, so, I am going to be more specific: Who will you drive? (This applies to all the family people) Do you need it for personal use or for business as well?

Some categories according to this criteria are:
     Family: minivan, SUV, a station wagon,
     Business: minivan, city car, sedan/saloon, pick-up truck
     Personal: sports car, luxury car, convertible, two-seater
Choose from these types of cars and see which one suits your personality and your need the best. Sizes vary from really big, large, mid sized to small cars.

Ask if you don’t have the knowledge neededAs you have seen, buying a car is not a piece of cake. A process like this asks for a lot of work, knowledge and time. This is not something you can do swiftly, it is not a decision you should make in a day or two. Take it slow, and think twice – no rushing here. If you don’t know where to head to or you are not a connoisseur of cars and mechanics, make sure that you seek some advice. Car buying services can help you with your purchase as they will consider all your needs and budget and offer you the best of the best. Asking is always a smart move when you are in two minds or you don’t have the needed knowledge. 

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Friday, April 11, 2014

How to Buy a Car on the Internet without being Ripped Off

The following article is from Kerry Blake who brings good advice about purchasing a used car online. Remember, Betten Imports carries new, used, and certified pre-owned vehicles without the tricks and scams. They are always willing to help you meet your transportation needs. Enjoy the article!

Introduction
Buying a car can be exciting but also daunting. This challenge is compounded when you decided to buy a used car on the Internet. The Internet is rife with all kinds of scammers, and this is why it is important that you take the necessary precautionary measures to ensure that your hard earned cash does not go into the wrong pockets. So what do you need to do to ensure that you are not ripped off when buying a car online? Read on to find out.
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Know who you are dealing with
When buying used cars, it is important to ensure that the party you are dealing with is reputable. This applies to whether you are dealing with an individual or your local car dealer like Carzoos. Upon spotting a car that you like, contact the seller requesting to see the car in person. If the dealer is a genuine one, they will readily acquiesce to your request. However, should you meet any form of resistance on the part of the seller, it is a fraud. There are good chances that there is no vehicle for sale.
To get to know the seller better, you might want to ask additional questions. For instance, if you require having a better observation of the trunk, interior or other parts of the car, ask the seller to give you additional photos. In case you realize that the seller is evasive or does not want to get back to you quickly, the best thing is to move on.

Research the vehicle you have chosen
The best way of researching the history of the car you want to buy as well as to know its overall condition is by asking for the VIN (vehicle identification number). This not only identifies the vehicle but also unlocks its history. Upon getting the VIN, you can request a report concerning the vehicle. AutoCheck and CARFAX are some of the companies that provide such reports.
The report will give you important details like:
·        Whether the vehicle has had an accident
·        Previous odometer reading
·        Whether or not airbag has been previously deployed
·        Whether it has been re-salvaged
Next is to get an independent mechanic to inspect it for you. If a seller shows resistance to inspection, they are probably unreliable.

Be careful when paying
If you are satisfied with the car, you will need to pay the deposit. Never make wire transfers or send a cheque. This is because, once the seller cashes the cheque or collects money order, the money cannot be retrieved.
The best thing to do is to pay over browser that is secured. To tell that a browser is secure, you will see that the URL starts with “https”. The “s” here stands for security. Another thing is to look for lock symbol on the address bar.
Another tip is to pay using a credit card as it protects you against fraud.

Check out for the tell-tale signs of scam dealers
Sometimes, it is easy to tell that you are being ripped off even before you start the purchase process. You have everything to worry about if you notice any of the following:
·        If the seller wants you to make a deposit even before you have seen or driven the car, this is a potential swindler.
·        If there are phishing emails like: “BRAND NEW USED VEHICLE, with low mileage for only $99.99!” beware. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Conclusion

The Internet, they say, is a necessary evil. While it has made purchasing stuffs easy, it certainly is not without some risks. When checking out cars for sale, it is important to be cautious and follow all the due diligence.

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Friday, March 7, 2014

Check Tire Pressures Regularly To Avoid Underinflation

The following is a guest post by Paul Miller about how to check tire pressure and the benefits of using the right the tire pressure. Use his advice to maximize the performance and MPG of your car, and remember to visit Betten Imports to meet your transportation needs. Enjoy!

Underinflation of tires is the state in which tires lack the appropriate recommended pressure to operate properly. Modern tires often stand the test of time but it is still advisable to do regular checks on your tire pressure. Checking tire pressure can be done manually or automatically by the use of pressure monitoring systems. These systems are programmed to alert you when pressure in any or all of the four tires falls below the recommended standard. However, even with the installation of such a device on your car, manual checkup is still highly recommended. The combined efforts bring forth better results.


How to check tire pressure


  • Check the tires when they are cold, in that they haven’t been used, in order to get accurate readings. When in use, tires heat up and expand hence the pressure reading at such a time would be exaggerated. 
  • Check the owner’s manual for the recommended pressure when the tires are cold.  
  • Unscrew the valve cap and press the air pressure gauge evenly into the valve system. A hissing sound should not be produced in order to get an accurate reading.  
  • A similar reading to the owner’s specifications is a good sign of proper inflation. 
  • Replace the valve cap to avert moisture and dirt from accumulating in the valve system.

Benefits of checking tire pressure


  • Regular checking of tire pressure will help you maintain normal and proper drive patterns even at high speeds. Underinflated tires make the car veer off occasionally due to lack of stability. 
  • Properly inflated tires will offer you maximum mileage per every litre of fuel consumed by your car which is owed to rolling resistance. This will increase your savings on fuel costs even during long trips with your car. 
  • Checking your tire pressure will help you avoid accidents caused by poor handling of low tires and blowout accidents as well. 
  • Properly inflated tires will save you the time and money spent on making numerous unnecessary trips to pumps. 
  • Appropriate inflation of tires will enhance their treads’ resistance to wear and tear which is brought about by low pressure. This provides you with another chance of saving up on purchasing new tires every so often. 
Evidently, regular tire pressure checkups will offer you a great experience with your car. This is due to the safety provided by properly inflated tires owing to their stability on the roads. Also, properly inflated tires come with economic benefits of saving up on unnecessary spending on repairs, maintenance and replacement. This simple constant process will relieve you of unnecessary vehicle burdens that come with underinflated tires. Be wise and avoid paying the eventual dear price.

This guest post is written by Paul Miller of Deals on Wheels, a tire shop with large inventory of rims, wheels, and tires West Palm Beach, FL. Visit their website at http://tireswestpalmbeach.net
for more information, auto tips and guides.

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Maximize the Value of Selling your Used Car

The following is a guest post by Amanda Sozak about tips on maximizing the value of your used car. Use her advice to your advantage, and remember to visit Betten Imports when looking to sell your used car or to meet any other transportation needs.

No matter how much you love your car at some point you’ll have to part ways. If you’ve formed a special bond with your vehicle and you decide to sell it, you’ll want to part ways on good terms by knowing you’re getting the most out of the sale. Next time you purchase a car or before putting your current ride up for sale, consider these tips to maximize your car’s value.

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Leave it alone!

Sure it might be fun to put in that bumping speaker system you saw while you were at Best Buy, but customizations by and large will actually hurt the resale value of your car. Anything that involves an intrusive upgrade (cutting into the dashboard, changing the wiring, etc.) can be a big turnoff to potential buyers. If you have made customizations, or are considering it, be sure that you can return the car to its original state before putting it up for sale. So, if you’re replacing the speakers or adding custom rims, keep the originals and put them back on before you put it up for sale.

Drive more safely.

You’ve probably seen the Carfax commercials on TV. Car buyers have more access to information on vehicle repair history than ever before. If your vehicle has been in a handful of wrecks people will be able to find out and may not trust the kind of shape it’s in, even if it looks fine. Of course, you can’t always avoid getting in a wreck, but if you do don’t skimp on the repairs. Get your repairs done by a reputable body shop and make sure they use OEM parts. The short term expense will improve your resale value down the road.

Remember to sell the warranty, too.

If you’ve purchased an extended warranty for your vehicle be sure you factor that into your pricing. Most of these are transferable and can add substantial value to your sale price. Simply prorate the remaining time or miles on your extended warranty based on the total amount you’ve paid for it and work that into the resale price. Particularly if you’re selling this car yourself, this can be an attractive add on for potential buyers.

Keep a maintenance log with receipts.

Buyers are by rights skeptical so it’s up to you as the seller to let them know that the car has been well maintained. Be sure you stick to a rigid maintenance schedule and save all receipts of oil changes, tune ups and minor repairs. Being able to hand over a maintenance log and an organized collection of these receipts will ensure a potential buyer that the car was well maintained, and that you might be a little obsessive compulsive about the vehicle (which will work in your favor).

Keep it clean

Even if you follow all of the above steps perfectly, aesthetics still close the deal. If your car runs nicely but has a back seat full of old french fries you’re just throwing money away. Take the time to make your car spotless inside and out, or keep an eye out for a detailing deal on Groupon to have it done by professionals. Either way, keeping your vehicle spotless while it’s up for sale will only work in your favor.

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Monday, November 11, 2013

Winter Driving Tips

The following post is a guest post by Claire Atkinson, about tips and techniques for driving in the winter and snow. Use these tips to stay safe this winter, and remember to visit Betten Imports for all your transportation needs.




Is your car ready for the cold winter months ahead? Frigid winter weather can be hard on your vehicle, and you will want to be certain that it has been adequately prepared for ice and snow. Listed below are some tips on how to get your car ready for winter weather and how you can be ready for winter driving.
1. Have your vehicle checked out by a qualified mechanic
Before cold weather really sets in, have your car checked out by a good mechanic who will know just what to do to ensure that your vehicle is ready for winter driving. Have him check your tires for proper pressure and tread, your heater, filters, defroster, transmission, battery, spark plugs, hoses, fluids, brakes, lights, and wiper blades. Make sure that your oil has been changed as well. Your mechanic should also check your exhaust system for any possible leaks.
2. Consider snow tires
If you live in a very cold climate where icy roads are a part of winter driving, you may want to invest in snow tires for added traction. You might also want to refresh yourself on how to handle your vehicle if it goes into a skid in icy road conditions.
3. Drive slowly
Even if you have driven in snowy weather countless times before and feel you are an expert, you still need to remember to drive slowly when roads are slick. Never make any abrupt moves in your vehicle, which can cause you to lose control more easily. Also, accelerate slowly and brake slowly. You will want to make your turns more slowly as well.
4. Have an emergency kit in your trunk
You want to be prepared for anything in snowy weather. This means you should always have emergency supplies with you in the trunk of your car. An emergency kit should include a spare tire and tools needed to change a tire, flares, an extra blanket, gloves, warm hat, tool kit, flashlight and extra batteries, shovel, ice scraper, nonperishable food, bottled water, sand or cat litter, jumper cables, and a first aid kit. You might also want to include extra windshield wiper blades and windshield washing fluid.
5. Keep gas tank full
During the winter months, you should keep your gas tank full. If you ever get stranded on a lonely road, you want to be certain that you have enough gas to keep your car running and warm until help arrives. To make certain that you can get help, also keep your cell phone handy and completely charged at all times.
6. Check road conditions ahead of time
If you will need to do some traveling during the winter months, check beforehand what the road conditions will be as well as the weather, and allow for extra time to get safely to your destination.
Common sense and keeping your head while driving, along with properly maintaining your car for the cold months ahead, will help you to get through winter much more smoothly and peacefully.

Claire Atkinson writes for Kanetix, an auto insurance comparison website. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and spending time with her family.

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Friday, October 25, 2013

Benefits of Taking an Accident Insurance Policy

The following is a guest post by Andrea regarding Accident Insurance. It's always good to be knowledgeable about types of insurance and which type is best for you. If you're looking for a vehicle, remember to visit www.bettenimports.com to meet all your vehicle needs. Enjoy!


How an accident insurance policy is different from other types of insurance policies?
     An accident insurance policy differs greatly from other types of insurance coverage because it encompasses the most important risks that people face. Personal accident coverage becomes an extremely important kind of policy that people should have because its technical definition is that it is a type of insurance policy or coverage that provides protection for policyholders against any physical injuries that they get directly because of unfortunate accidents that cause death or disabilities. This specific type of insurance policy differs from life insurance and Medicaid plans because it covers policyholders for specific grey areas that the two aforementioned insurance policies include. The fact that an accident insurance policy covers policyholders for temporary or permanent disabilities that occur because of accidents, handicaps and provides coverage for loss of income owing to the disability of the holders is a good example of the way in which this type of policy differs from the aforementioned two policies. This is because life insurance policies or Medicaid plans cannot provide their policyholders with these things. 


The benefits of an accident insurance policy

  •  Covers policyholders for damages and physical injuries;

An accident insurance policy also provides coverage for damages or physical injuries that a policyholder gets because of circumstances that majority of life insurance policies do not provide coverage for such as earthquakes, terrorist attacks, as well as rail and air accidents.
  • Provision of instant coverage;

Another benefit of an accident insurance policy is that it provides instant coverage and hence, getting it is very convenient because medical examinations are not necessary before you get it and more importantly, worldwide coverage is easily available to policyholders. In addition, you can easily get customized packages depending on the amount of money you insure and your risk assessments. 
  • Easy processing;

Another great benefit of an accident insurance policy is that its processing is very easy and it does not require you to submit a lot of documentation. As compared to other types of insurance policies, this is an enormous improvement and the best example is that no medical bills are necessary for the insurance coverage when people file for the claims that are due to them.
  • Provision of particular benefits;

      An accident insurance policy provides the policyholder with particular benefits such as extra payments, reimbursement and hospitalization in order to further meet his/her needs and suit his/her preferences because it is flexible. Hence, this is another benefit of having it. If the principal policyholder dies or even suffers from permanent disability, all the children who depend on him/her have a right to full family packages and educational grants that the insurer can provide with discounts of twenty percent. In addition, an accident insurance policy can also provide something else that other insurance policies do not offer and that is it can offer a fixed amount of money on a daily basis for a whole year. 
An accident insurance policy can offer you all the aforementioned benefits if you get it. Hence, in order to enjoy all these benefits, you should get the Dvla Contact of the insurance company in your locality so that you can review the options that you have for insurance coverage before committing yourself to anything. 

About Me:
Andrea is a Blogger and Write from UK. She loves to write articles on various categories like Finance, Technology, Cars and Automotive. As of now she is doing a research work on Dvla Contact.

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