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TAX REFUND SALE – USED CARS FOR SALE in Jersey City

Friday, February 22nd, 2019
TAX REFUND SALE

TAX REFUND SALE – USED CARS FOR SALE

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Tax refund time usually means people will get a nice chunk of change, and for some consumers,  people like to treat themselves to a new car. And, we here can help you.
Let us help you save more of your hard earned dollars when shopping for your next car. We can offer our customers Pre-Owned cars below Kelley Blue Book value.
We Accept Tax Refund Checks, H&R Block Debit Cards and Jackson Hewitt Debit Cards. Pick the car you want, leave a deposit and either finance the purchase or pay cash. Either way we do the bill of sale, title work and temp plates so you can drive home the same day. For Finance customers, we will register the car for you too (any state).
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2018 NJ TAX REFUND SALE

Saturday, February 24th, 2018

2018 NJ TAX REFUND SALE

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A Simple Explanation of How A Transmission System Works – Part III of III

Friday, July 1st, 2016

Transmission Operation Diagram

Double-clutch

Double-clutching was a common clutch mechanism in older automobiles and is used in some race cars even today. Initially, you push the clutch pedal and de-couple the engine and the transmission. The collar, thus, goes into neutral because there is no pressure on the dog teeth. When you take your foot off the pedal, the engine is connected to ensure you have the right speed. To engage the dog teeth, the next gear and the collar have to rotate at the same speed. When this is achieved, you push the pedal again and lock the collar to a new gear. This process of pushing the clutch twice at every gear change is called double-clutching.

Synchronizer

Modern transmissions eliminate the need for double-clutching by using synchronizers. A synchronizer enables frictional contact of the collar and gear before engaging the dog teeth. Thus, the speed is synchronized before the dog teeth make contact voiding the double-clutch.

Manual transmissions are simple, cost-effective, lightweight, and more efficient than the automatic. But the automatic transmission allows you to have a hassle-free drive without having to worry about changing gears. The communication between the numerous components is what drives the transmission system. It is remarkable how a few simple twists and draws can put your vehicle into motion and control its speed.

The design and implementation of transmissions vary from one manufacturer to another. The overall mechanism, however, remains the same.

For more details, talk to the experts at the New Jersey State Auto Auction.

 

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

A Simple Explanation of How A Transmission System Works – Part II of III

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

Transmission Operation Diagram

The most common transmission you see in cars today is the 5-speed. 4-speed models are also available but the 5-speed remains ever popular. The components of the transmission are similar to the 2-speed transmission you’ve seen with additional gears and shafts to complement the speed.

The transmission consists of 5 speed gears and a reverse gear. The shift lever controls three forks which are held together by three rods and engage the mechanism. A rotation point on the center of the lever allows you to handle the gears. The knob on the lever acts opposite to the motion of the corresponding rod and fork. For example, when you want to apply the first gear you move the knob forward. This enables the rod and fork for the first gear to be pulled back.

Different forks and their collars are engaged when you move the shifter either right or left. The collar will engage a gear in case the shifter is moved forward and backward.

The reverse gear, as the name suggests, is applied when you are backing the vehicle. The gear which handles it is called an idler gear. It remains true to its function even in design. It is turned in the opposite direction of other gears. This is done to ensure the gear is impossible to apply if the vehicle is in a forward motion. In the off chance, you do engage the reverse gear, the dog teeth wouldn’t. Instead, you are treated to a lot of noise which indicates the error of your gear switch.

For a more in depth look, talk to the experts at New Jersey State Auto Auction.

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

 

A Simple Explanation of How A Transmission System Works – Part I of III

Monday, June 27th, 2016

Transmission Operation Diagram

Now that you are familiar with the different shafts in the transmission, here are the other components which complete its design.

  • Gears: The gears are toothed wheels which are used to change the relation between the speeds of the engine and the wheels. The driver can select any one of the gears to control the speed of the vehicle. These gears are placed on bearings allowing them to spin on the shafts. They are not attached to the splined shaft. In case the car is in motion with the engine turned off, the shaft is the only part which moves whereas the gear and layshaft remain stationary.
  • Collar: The collar is used to attach the splined shaft to one of the two available gears. The splines connect it to the shaft and enable it to spin along with the shaft. The collar is quite mobile and can slide to either side in order to connect the gears.
  • Dog teeth: These are grooves on the collar which can easily lock onto the holes of the gears and engage them in order to power the vehicle.
  • Gear selector fork: The gears on the shift lever are connected to the collar through a gear selector fork. When you select any one of the gears, you move the dog teeth slide in and out of mesh.

2-speed transmission engines are a rarity with 5-speed versions becoming the norm. However, the components remain the same with an additional two or three gears and a more complex model of the transmission.

To know more, get in touch with the experts at New Jersey State Auto Auction.

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

 

There Is a Way to Test Drive Cars, Here Are a Few Tips

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

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Well, if you need to make a decision to buy a car, there is a pressing requirement to go for a comprehensive test drive. It is essential to know that the car you are going to buy fits your requirement. Here are a few tips to do your test drive properly:

  1. Make sure that you do your homework: Just don’t wander around when you reach the dealership. You already must have made a decision as to which are the models you want to select your car from. Drive all the selected models back to back in order to be sure about the specifications and the comfort factors involved.
  2. Check the various control features: Once you are behind the steering wheel, make sure that you take a proper stock of all the control features. Ensure that you are in charge of all the controls before making the final decision to buy a concerned car.
  3. Reflect on your drive: Once you have come back from a drive, the salesman would do everything he can to convince you to buy the concerned car. But don’t get swayed. Just reflect on the drive that you have undertaken and make a critical analysis of how well it came through.

Only after you are relatively sure about a car’s relative quality, you should make the final decision.

Just in case you would want to buy a new car, do make it a point to visit the New Jersey State Auto Auction store today.

 

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Phone: 201.355.4138

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What Is An Auto Auction?

Monday, December 8th, 2014

By now, you've probably heard some rumblings about the opportunities at New Jersey State Auto Auction. Our lot has hundreds of Carfax-certified used cars for you to browse through, in addition to special perks like the financing department and the Total Car Care Center. But still, many people are unsure of how our processes work, and we want to clear up some of the confusion. 

What is an auto auction? 
Just like the name implies, New Jersey State Auto Auction offers a chance for customers to bid on the car they want. This gives them the opportunity to get a high-quality vehicle for a low price, as they only have to bid what they think the car is worth. Competition may raise the prices, but the setup gives drivers a chance to capitalize on great deals. The process may take a while, as people have to register to bid and close out sales, but the potential payoff makes it worthwhile. 

3 tips for buyers 
Are you considering checking out the selection at NJ State Auto? If so, then keep in mind these three tips.

1. Do your research 
Auto auctions may seem overwhelming, but they don't have to be. It's easy for you to conduct some preliminary research on your own to narrow down your car search. Check out the details about the exact car you'll be bidding on and browse through our selection from the comfort of your own home. You can even register to bid on cars, which gets the process started by completing some paperwork. 

2. Figure out how you want to pay 
Many people aren't aware that they have options when it comes to paying for the vehicle – at least to start. While our in-house finance team can finalize loans and credit approvals, you'll need to have a way to transfer money for the bidding process. Many customers use PayPal, as this service provides an easy and secure way to make payments to a wide variety of businesses. However, we also accept all major credit cards, so you don't have to sign up for anything you don't want to. 

3. Know your options 
Of course, we do have another option for drivers. If you don't want to wait any longer to get behind the wheel of a car, you can select "Buy It Now." This allows you to pay for your choice and secure ownership in a very short amount of time – we even offer same day pickup. You'll drive off the lot with the bill of sale, title, temporary license plates and even financing or a warranty in place. 

Watch Out For Car Damage From Potholes

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

During the winter months, freezing temperatures, ice and heavy drifts of snow can wreak havoc on the roads. This frequently manifests itself in the form of potholes, but these divots in the pavement are more than just bumps along the way. They can cause severe damage to your car, and even the most careful drivers may find an unavoidable and dangerous pothole in their path. 

According to the U.S. PIRG Education Fund, potholes and similar road problems will cost the average driver about $335 per year in maintenance and repair costs. In total, more than $5 billion will be spent to fix the damage done by potholes, WJLA News reported. 

"No matter where you drive these days, there's a pothole epidemic, and as winter turns to spring, it's only going to get worse," said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. "Drivers know immediately when they hit a pothole, but what they don't know is if their vehicle has been damaged in the process. While tires and wheels can be visually checked, potholes can also cause considerable damage to the steering, suspension and alignment systems that you just can't see." 

There are a few things drivers can do to get around potholes, including paying attention to the traffic patterns ahead. However, swerving at the last minute should be avoided – especially in the winter – as this can cause motorists to lose control of the vehicle. 

Drivers should make sure they are getting their vehicles checked for damage and fixing any problems as they arise. The Total Car Care Center at NJ State Auto Auction caters to the public and is capable of addressing issues you may have, so anyone concerned about what potholes may have done to a car should schedule an appointment.