Nesmith's Chevy Dealership Resources

5 Car Salesmen Myths: Busted!

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Oct 24, 2016 3:03:00 PM

It’s unfortunate that some car shoppers have negative impressions of car salesmen. These fears sometimes even lead to buying a used car from an individual instead of a dealership, which is much less beneficial. While you may have heard horror stories or even had a less-than-stellar experience in the past yourself, we’re confident that Nesmith Chevrolet can change your mind. Here’s just a few we’ve heard that you won’t find true if you buy your next Chevy, Buick, GMC, or used car from us:

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Topics: vehicles

The History of Headlights

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Oct 18, 2016 11:13:27 AM

You probably use them everyday. Like many things on our cars, we take for granted that they weren't always there, like windshield wipers and seat belts. But what would you do without them? Your adventures would be limited to the daylight hours and forget about going out on a foggy morning! You know how important your headlights are but do you know how they came about? We've got the answers. 

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Topics: Safety

Benefits of Buying from A Dealership

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Oct 17, 2016 1:35:56 PM

When considering whether to buy a car either from a dealership or from an individual, you need to consider which one is more beneficial to you. When shopping with dealers, there tends to be more benefits and is usually ideal over buying from an individual. Here are some of the benefits to be recognized in buying from a dealership like ours.

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Topics: vehicles

Step By Step: Learning to Drive a Stick Shift

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Oct 13, 2016 3:49:02 PM

In modern automobiles and other vehicles, there are two types of stick shifts. Automatic stick shifts and fully manual stick shifts. Automatic stick shifts essentially have an automatic clutch which means all you need do is click the shifter from gear to gear.

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How to Clean Cloth Seats

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Oct 10, 2016 10:22:14 AM

You already know how to clean up your leather seats; they're good with a wet cloth and a swift wipe of the surface. But cloth is a little different. You have to worry about the spill sinking into the cloth, going deeper than you can clean, and possibly ruining your seat. So how do you prevent a stain of epic proportions or the smell of something seeping into your seats? Let's find out.

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Topics: vehicles

Things to Keep in Your Car

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Sep 30, 2016 11:42:42 AM

There are a lot of things that you don’t think about until you need them but don’t have them. If you’re out and about often, it’s a good idea to have some things on hand in your car in case of emergencies. This way, you won’t have to pay for something you need at the last minute or, even worse, go without it.

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Ways to Make Your Car More You

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Sep 14, 2016 2:06:00 PM

Although there are plenty of car styles out there, it can be hard to find one that perfectly represents you. But there are many ways to make the car you drive your own. Take a few tips from us and you'll have a unique car that perfectly fits your personality. 

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Topics: vehicles

Date Night Ideas in Your Car

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Sep 12, 2016 8:45:10 AM

If you and your significant other feel like your dating routine is getting stale, there’s an easy way to shake it up-- plan for a date night in your car! There are lots of fun ideas that will give you great memories to talk about long after the date is over and these are great ways to save money and have a fun night out with your loved one. Check out a few of these for inspiration.

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Topics: vehicles

Preventing Car Theft

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Sep 8, 2016 2:10:00 PM

It’s a scenario that all of us dread: after a long day at work or school, you walk back to where you parked your car to find that it’s been broken into. Maybe you’re one of the (relatively) lucky ones who only had some spare change taken out of the cup holder, but maybe you’ve found that something more valuable-- or worse, even your car itself-- has been stolen. It’s a tragic thought to be sure, but fortunately it’s largely avoidable. Check out these tips for preventing car theft and keep your belongings and your car safe.

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Topics: Safety

Tire Maintenance

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Aug 22, 2016 9:52:16 AM

Your tires are responsible for getting your car where it needs to go, so it’s important that you take care of them. Good tire maintenance will extend the life of your tires, saving you money on costly replacements. It will also lower your chance of a flat tire, a scenario that no one wants to deal with. Read on for some short-term and long-term tire maintenance tips.

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Topics: vehicles, Safety