How To Protect Yourself From Hidden Fees

With the rising prices of gas and seemingly everything else, restaurants, travel companies, rideshares, and other businesses are tacking on new fees to the basic costs of their services. Businesses are feeling inflation impacts just as the rest of us are, and some are adding fees to help them survive. BBB recommends the following tips to help you spot fees and avoid them where possible.

Also, Ayers Auto Tip of the Week - https://bit.ly/SBAutoRepair You should check your oil every few hundred miles, or every other time you fill your gas tank. If you’re low, add a little at a time (no more than half a quart to a quart), and then re-check. It’s a good idea to keep at least one quart of oil in your garage and one in your trunk. The oil specifications for your make and model are in your owner’s manual. Or stop by Ayers; we would be happy to check your oil and top it off for free.youtu.be/aVnKsF0V4OM via

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