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What Are the Age Requirements to Rent a Car in the Netherlands?

What Are the Age Requirements to Rent a Car in the Netherlands?

Did you just turn 18 and do you have your driver's license? And if you have saved up enough money you can buy your first car and tour around the Netherlands. Renting a car, however, is often a different story. Diks Autoverhuur (the car rental company) is happy to tell you more about it, so you know exactly what to expect when you want to rent a car in the Netherlands. more

Top Tips to Help You Finance Your New Vehicle

Top Tips to Help You Finance Your New Vehicle

Financing a new vehicle can be easy for some, and feel impossible for others. Vehicles are dream ticket items. They are also essential tools. You need to work with your budget and know the best ways to bring the cost down so that you can drive off in your new vehicle without overdoing it with your budget. Affordability and longevity matter most, especially with your first vehicle, so use these top tips to ensure you get a great deal. more

How To Care For Your Car To Retain Its Resale Value

How To Care For Your Car To Retain Its Resale Value

Besides your home, deciding to invest in a new car will be one of the most costly decisions you make. In addition to the initial purchase price, the average American spends $9,382 on their car annually, according to AAA's latest research. That equates to almost $800 every month to keep their cars in the best condition possible. Drivers are also holding onto their cars longer before moving onto their next vehicle- around 12 years. When you do decide to change cars, it makes sense that you'll want to get the best value for your old car. However, it is commonly said that cars lose 50 to 60 percent of their value within the first 3 years of ownership. So how can you ensure your car retains as much value as possible? more

Why Do I Have to Register My Rides?

Why Do I Have to Register My Rides?

Mileage registration arises from the requirements set by the tax authorities. And of course not for everyone: mileage registration (translated to Dutch: Rittenregistratie) has been created for the business driver without additional tax. more

Leasing a Car and Insurance: Gap Insurance and Other Options

Leasing a Car and Insurance: Gap Insurance and Other Options

The process of leasing a car may seem about the same as financing one when you first look at it. After all, in both cases, you're making monthly payments to a finance company, and either way, you'll be driving a shiny new car off the lot once all the papers are signed! more

How to Control the Maintenance Expense for Your Car?

How to Control the Maintenance Expense for Your Car?

Let's face it- if there is one aspect of owning a vehicle that no one can deny it, it's the maintenance. But in order to make sure your car will work properly; you have to perform it. There is no wonder why a great number of people choose not to own a car. This isn't because they don't like cars, but because it costs a lot of money over a long period of time to maintain it. more

5 Tips To Get That Driving License Under One Take

5 Tips To Get That Driving License Under One Take

To this day, getting a driver's license is an essential milestone and a must-have for most people. They tend to look at driving tests with excitement and anticipation, especially for those with little experience driving on the road. However, there is no guarantee that it'll be any easier to get the driving license. more

Four Tips for Good Car Maintenance

Four Tips for Good Car Maintenance

Cars have become increasingly popular over the past few years and now 90% of households in the United States own at least one car. We are heavily dependent on them, as they play vital parts in the running of our day to day lives. As we travel to work, school, and run errands almost daily, our cars are sure to see some signs of wear and tear, and just like all other machines, maintenance and care are needed. more

Car Glass Repair: Summer Maintenance Tips

Car Glass Repair: Summer Maintenance Tips

The Northern Hemisphere summer is on its way. This traditionally means that hotels, lodges, wildlife reserves, and other summer tourist attractions should be prepping for the influx of tourists. Unfortunately, the 2020 summer season is not going to be a normal season. more

A Coronavirus Side Effect: Lots of Lawsuits

A Coronavirus Side Effect: Lots of Lawsuits

As the coronavirus puts the world on pause and forebodes a huge change in the way of life for everyone across the globe, it can be somewhat comforting to know that some things will never change. And one of those things is that there will always be a lot of lawsuits to go around. This might seem like a strange time to see a huge surge of lawsuits but it is usually in times of crisis that an increase occurs. One of the reasons is that some people are looking for someone to blame for their misfortune and there will be others willing to take advantage of that impulse. more

Is Your Car Getting You Into Trouble?

Is Your Car Getting You Into Trouble?

Decals are one of the most popular ways people individualize their vehicles. It can reveal the personality of the driver or offer information about the passengers. Whether you showcase who is in your family with stick figure decals or keep track of where you have been on vacation, stickers are a fun way to decorate your vehicle. more

streaking lights from cars travelling on highway during nighttime

Driving in Los Angeles: The Ultimate Guide to Navigating Through the City of Angels

L.A. is a petty big city, so you could end up driving for an entire 50 miles and still not leave its premises. more

Smart Savings With Car Insurance

Smart Savings With Car Insurance

From the moment you learn to drive, and every day after that, one thing is as certain as putting on your seat belt: You need car insurance. more

How to Drive in Washington After Drinking Alcohol

How to Drive in Washington After Drinking Alcohol

No amount of alcohol is negligible while driving. Even one cocktail or a bottle of beer can affect your ability to drive. With one or more drinks in the bloodstream, the driver may be arrested. more

How Long Does It Take To Get a Replacement License in MA?

How Long Does It Take To Get a Replacement License in MA?

If you have misplaced your driver’s license in Massachusetts, you will need to get it replaced as quickly as possible to avoid any issues that can arise from not having physical proof of your identity (and driving privileges) during a traffic stop or any other situation where this document is required. Luckily, you have a variety of options available to you for getting it replaced, and depending on your exact needs, there are a few different wait times that you will need to consider. more

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