Buying a car, be it used or new, can be stressful for many people. You want a certain car and certain features, you don't want to pay too much, and you're worried that the salesperson may push a different vehicle on you or trap you somehow. This has led some services like auto clubs and credit unions to start auto-buying programs where the organization arranges for special prices that are non-negotiable from certain car dealers.
Before the weather gets too nice and you want to take your RV out for its first spin of the season, you need to make sure you aren't in need of RV repair. Here are signs you need to take your recreational vehicle into the auto dealership for RV servicing or more extensive TLC.
The roof is leaking
Your RV's roof shouldn't spring a leak, but if it does, you're in for some serious RV repair.
Your car should have a neutral smell. If you notice your car suddenly develops a strange smell and you are sure you didn't leave any food in the car, a peculiar smell usually means something is wrong with your vehicle, and it needs repair. Here are what four different smells could be telling you about your car.
Smell #1: Rotten Eggs
If you smell rotten eggs when you are driving around, that means your catalytic converter is not working properly.