2022 Auto Guide: Should I Fix My Car or Trade It In?

Posted on January 3rd, 2022 by ncapmanage

If you’ve been paying attention to the auto market, you know that economic uncertainty and supply chain problems in 2021 led to sky-rocketing inflation for used cars. Unfortunately, that trend is predicted to continue into 2022. In fact, because of the increase in demand, the average price of a used car is now $29,000. Consequently, […]

Choosing Used Auto Parts in Chicago for Vehicle Repair

Posted on April 30th, 2021 by ncapmanage

As a car owner, sooner or later you’re going to need auto parts, whether it’s because you’ve had a fender-bender or some mechanical part has failed. To fill your need for parts, you basically have three options. The first is what’s known as OEM parts, which stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer – new parts made […]

Smart Car Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Posted on February 22nd, 2021 by ncapmanage

Your car is constantly exposed to the elements, fast food lunches, coffee spills, and dirty roadways – all things that sooner or later will require cleaning. However, it is not always easy, or practical, to keep all the various products on hand that are recommended for each cleaning situation. Therefore, you might be interested in […]

How to Tell if You need a New Radiator

Posted on October 15th, 2020 by ncapmanage

If you own a vehicle, it’s a good idea to know something about its internal parts because they are what keep it running. The radiator is one of these parts – and its job is to keep your engine cool. If your radiator stops working properly, it may need to be replaced. Often, frequent overheating […]

Avoid Accidents in August

Posted on August 27th, 2020 by ncapmanage

For many years in a row, August has been identified as the most deadly month for drivers. This is in part caused by increased traffic—with vacationers taking to the roads, schools out of session, and seasonal attractions booming, there are simply more opportunities for things to go wrong. Preparing for some of the most common […]