The car sales industry has changed dramatically in the age of the Internet. Consumers are more informed, more prepared, and often walk into dealerships knowing exactly what they want and exactly how much that should cost.
Cars are a big part our life. They offer convenience, transportation and security. Purchasing a vehicle is one of the largest investments one will ever make, a purchase that isn’t just a vehicle, its an image of ourselves that we love stepping into..
November is in full swing, and that means a new group of specials has rolled into Northwest Indiana’s hometown tire and service specialists, Levin Tire. And with this nice weather still hanging around, there’s no better time than now to get your car ready for the winter season.
As we all know, it gets cold in Indiana in the winter. Here at Cartronix, we have seen remote starters getting more and more popular all the time. As the popularity increases, more and more people get into the category. Sometimes, that is a blessing for the consumer, but many times, the market gets flooded with low-quality products and people installing them who should never go near a modern electrical system. We even get comments like this in our store: “I can buy a cheap remote starter for $49 and have a buddy install it.”
In the automotive service industry there’s no do-overs. Northwest Indiana drivers are fortunate in a sense as to live in a region where cars are revered, and knowing how to work on them is seen as a badge of honor. Thus, we can drive down seemingly any street and pass by an “Al’s Auto” or “Tom’s Tire and Oil”.
If you’ve played sports on any competitive level before then you know about the rush of playing for a win and the feeling of knowing you’re part of a team working towards a goal far bigger than you could accomplish on your own, and you also know these are feelings that never go away.
With cool cars and an even cooler cause, Drive 4UR School was the perfect fundraiser to have with school right around the corner. With a promise of raising up to $6000 for Michigan City High School, it is no wonder Michigan City residents came out to show their support.