Trucks, Shoes, and Car Buying. Wait… Shoes? (Across The Lot)

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In this episode learn:

What happens when 4 women take on a whole lotta’ truck, to save some money at the pump, how car buying is a lot like buying a pair of shoes, and our personal commitment to you. Special interview with April from ZipSetGo on Kick the Tires week two with the 2011 Ford F-150

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Show Length: 33:27 (We were feeling talkative)

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Show Notes

00:35 Weekend recap… Zach’s first Chicago Experience and Jeff’s trip to… Cleveland?

02:10 Interview with April from ZipSetGo on Kick the Tires week two with the 2011 Ford F-150

09:58 Week two overview of the Kick the Tires Series

10:55 Off the Lot News and Notes

11:00 Zach: Tanner Foust Completes Record-Setting Team Hot-Wheels Jump at Indy

12:28 Jeff: How to Save Money of Gas with Apps

16:30 Discussion Topic: How car buying is like buying… shoes? Tips on preparing yourself for going out and shopping for a new car

23:30 Jeff and Zach: Polar opposites, what car buying is like for us

28:35 Zach: Question of the week – What do you relate car buying to?

29:26 Our personal commitment to you, our valued listeners


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