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Should you get an all-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicle?

What is the difference between all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive?

You have likely heard four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive all your life. Perhaps you’ve even used them interchangeably. You may also use the terms selectively depending on what vehicle you were talking about without knowing what the actual difference was. This can be murky water, as some brands will use these as marketing terms, but we have some definitive answers to what is the difference between all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive with this handy video. If you are looking for an all-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicle in Green Bay, WI, then check out our pre-owned inventory at Broadway Auto Credit.

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Why don’t we use leaded gasoline anymore?

What is leaded gasoline?

Leaded gasoline is in the news again, prompting some to wonder what is leaded gasoline? Is there a reason why all the gas we put in our cars is called unleaded gas? These fuels are far more different than just premium versus regular. Broadway Credit will talk about why the U.S. and the world moved away from leaded gas and more. While you’re here, you can also check out our inventory of pre-owned vehicles here in Green Bay, WI, by clicking the link below.

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What is the Difference Between Regular and Premium Fuel?

Regular vs Premium Gasoline Comparison

Have you ever gone to the gas station, looked at each of your gasoline options, and thought, “am I buying the right gas”? You’re not alone. For those that aren’t mechanics, it can be hard to answer why you are filling up with one type of fuel over another other than the fact that regular gasoline is cheaper. At Broadway Credit, we will help you understand the difference between regular and premium fuel so you can feel confident that you are using the correct one for your vehicle.

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What is the Average Mileage for Used Cars?

How to Compare Mileage on Different Vehicles

So, you are ready to buy a car that fits your budget and needs. With so many pre-owned options available, it’s easy to find a reliable and affordable ride that fits your family well. Of course, when you compare used vehicles, one of the many things to consider is the mileage. At Broadway Credit, we will explore the average mileage for used cars so you know what you can expect.

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Which Drivetrain Should I Pick for a Car?

Front-Wheel Drive vs All-Wheel Drive vs 4-Wheel Drive vs Rear-Wheel Drive

If you are shopping for your next car, you’ll have a lot more than make and model to choose from. Along with selecting the right vehicle at the right price, you will want to make sure you are also selecting the right drivetrain for your driving needs. See which drivetrain you should consider picking for your car with our drivetrain comparison.

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What are the Differences Between Leasing and Buying a Car?

Purchasing vs Leasing a Vehicle Comparison

Do you need a vehicle? If so, you’re probably wondering whether you should lease or purchase your next ride. With different advantages and disadvantages offered with each, you will want to be confident with your choice. Below, we will cover the key differences between leasing and buying a car so you can compare your options.

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What is Covered with Comprehensive Insurance?

Why You Should Consider Comprehensive Insurance

When you purchase your vehicle and have to shop around for car insurance, consider adding comprehensive. Of course, especially if you are new to the car insurance world, you may not know what that means. What exactly is covered with comprehensive insurance? Is it worth it to purchase comprehensive insurance? We will help you decide that here at Broadway Credit.

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