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Car Buying Terms You Need to Know

For someone who's not in the car buying business, the standard terms for vehicle type and pricing aren't always as clear. The average individual buys a new vehicle about every six years and in those between years, it can be all too easy to fall out of the car business lingo. So, whether you're new to the car buying process, looking to brush up on your terminology before visiting a dealership, or…

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What To Look Out For When Test Driving A Vehicle


While you may think of a test drive as a fun time to drive around a fancy car and check out all the bells and whistles, it should be about more than that. Test driving a car is a crucial time to be aware of any weird noises, faulty pedals, or anything that just feels off when you drive the car. Never worry about asking too many questions about the vehicle and requesting to see…

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The Webber Family Motors Warranty

When you’re in the market for a new vehicle whether brand new or pre-loved, you might be focusing on what make and model you want and what your budget will allow. There’s another very important aspect of car buying that should dictate where you end up making your purchase, and that’s your new car warranty. What makes Webber Family Motors in Detroit Lakes the best place to shop? Our warranty is second…

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Pros and Cons of a Dealership vs. Private Seller

There's a lot of detail to cover when making a decision about your next vehicle purchase. Beyond the make, model, color, and gas mileage of your next new dream car, you also have to figure out what to do with your last dream car while paying for the new vehicle in your life.

That is when you have to answer the question of whether it is best to trade your car in at the…

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Car Financing: What You Need To Know


Chances are high that you’ve at least heard of the word ”financing” before. But do you really know what this entails and what things you should look out for? Below, I’ve outlined a few key things you should keep in mind next time you consider financing a vehicle.

What is Financing?

In layman's terms, financing a car simply means you will be taking out a loan from either a creditor or lending…

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Durability and Safety Features of the Ram 1500

When you are in the market for a light-duty pick-up truck, you want to make sure you have safety and durability at the top of your list. Here are a few features of the Ram 1500 you will surely appreciate.

It doesn't matter how the truck looks if the frame is made from inferior metal, it will never live up to your expectations. The Ram 1500 will exceed all your expectations because the frame has been developed using 50,000 psi steel that has eight ultra-tough cross-member design for additional strength.

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Taking Care of Our Customers is Our #1 Priority

Aside from buying homes, the car buying process is one of the biggest decisions a family can make.

That’s a pretty heavy statement, but it’s the truth. Each day at Webber Family Motors, we see that very idea being lived out. Our customers share their stories and families with us. They trust us to do right by them in terms of both service and ongoing support. There’s nothing transactional about the car…

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No More Slipping with the Dodge Charger

Have you ever felt your wheels slipping on the road? It's not a great feeling. But with the all-around popular Dodge Charger, a performance sedan, you'll be able to drive with more confidence whether you're going up a hill or slipping on a gravel-strewn road.

The Dodge Charger gives you greater traction with two elements. The All-Speed Traction Control reduces power and applies brake pressure when it senses your wheels slipping. This allows your wheels to regain traction on the road. Also, the Hill Start Assist will help your wheels keep traction on the road when you…

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Is Your Car Worth Repairing? Or Should You Kick it to the Curb?

Consider this scenario. Your trusty vehicle of many years is broken down, and you’re awaiting the mechanic’s prognosis. As you go about your day hoping for good news, there’s definitely some worry. While you hope it’s something small and manageable, there’s just no way to know for sure until your mechanic calls. Fingers crossed.

While some car repair costs are simple and straightforward, others can leave you wondering if this…

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