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How to Finance A Car with Less than Perfect Credit

So you’re ready to buy a car but you, like many of us, worry that your credit isn’t good enough to finance the vehicle you need or want.

Here at Krietz Auto, we understand your predicament and we take steps to make sure that even buyers with less than ideal credit ratings, still have the opportunity to walk away with the automobile of their dreams.


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What is Gap Protection and Why Do I Need it?

At Krietz, we believe that buying an automobile should NOT be a stressful experience. Because we aim to give customers as much peace of mind as possible, we offer buyers as many protections as we can.

Not only are our automobiles NIADA certified, but we also offer buyers the option to insure their vehicles with us before they even drive off the lot.

Krietz offers new buyers something called “Gap Insurance” coverage, also known as, “Guaranteed Auto Protection Insurance."

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A Guide: The Right Time to Change Your Fluids

 

 

Responsible auto owners know developing a good auto care routine will help save you money on repairs in the short-term and help keep your car in working order for years to come.

Part of maintaining your vehicle’s health is regular maintenance of its fluids.

Krietz is here to offer a break-down of how often your fluids need to be topped off.

 


 

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A Must Read: Five Signs Your Car Battery May Soon Die

 

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The thought of our car dying on us is downright terrifying, especially when we find ourselves far from home or in the middle of nowhere. It is a common fear that we all share, and unfortunately, a common issue as well. Here are five common warning signs that your car's battery may be reaching the end of its life cycle.

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April: National Car Care Month

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Did you know that the month of April is deemed “National Car Care Month”? “Why”? You may ask. Because April marks the end of winter (at least we hope so, but who knows with the volatile east coast weather), and the beginning of the spring season. Following a harsh winter, it is time to prepare your car for spring driving and summer road trips!

 

Scheduling an appointment is as easy as clicking here to schedule online, or calling our sales desk at (888) 577-3621.

  
 
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How to Connect My Smart Device to My Vehicle’s Bluetooth Feature

As cell phone usage while behind the wheel becomes increasingly banned around the United States, auto manufacturers are adding new features to their vehicles that allow you to make and take calls and text using voice features. The most common wireless technology found in today’s vehicles is known as Bluetooth. Bluetooth has been around since telecom vendor Ericsson in 1994; however, it did not get implemented into vehicles until the early 2000s as manufacturers were striving to create a “hands-free” experience for drivers to decrease the rate of accidents related to cell phone usage.
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The Krietz Auto Spotlight: Sinisterly Stylish & Ridiculously Powerful

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 In the Krietz Auto Spotlight, this week, we have our three 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcats. These high-performing, menacing, muscle coupes provide you with some of the best performance for your money, and an unparalleled experience for those looking for something beyond the basics of a Mustang or Camaro. See why the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat may be the muscle car for you.

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My Check Engine Light Is On, What Should I Do?

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Oh no, my "Check Engine" light just came on, what should I do? How much will this cost me? Will I need a new engine?

Typically, this light illuminates due to minor issues. These are typically, quick, easy, and cheap fixes. Not to worry, the Krietz Auto Blog is here to serve you up some knowledge on the true meaning behind your "Check Engine" Light.
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