How to Read a Carfax Report
Carfax is known as the number one consumer reporting tool when it comes to buying used cars. While other companies, such as AutoCheck, exist, Carfax remains the ‘go to’ when it comes to vehicle reporting.
The Dreaded Check Engine Light
You’re a mile from home when the dreaded check engine light comes on. I know as a female my first reaction is that my engine is going to blow up any minute now. After about ten minutes of panic, twenty-five phone calls, and a series of text messages to my boyfriend to be on standby, he finally calmed me down enough to ask whether I had just gotten gas.
How to Extend the Life of Your Car
In today’s market, cars last longer. Warranties are frequently offered for up 100,000 miles, which would have been unheard of twenty years ago. High mileage vehicles can be purchased and kept running easily.
What better time to buy a convertible?
Yes, it the end of summer. As sad as it is, there’s still plenty of warm weather ahead! Even better, there’s plenty of good deals. There’s a lot of logic to buying at the end of a season. At the end of winter, you get the best deals on sweaters, and you stock up for next year. You can buy that great jacket on sale, or those warm cashmere mittens. Yes, you can finally afford them!
5 Signs of a Bad Sales Rep
We’ve all dealt with them. The sales people who badger you, say unbelievable things, and seem so self-centered you wonder if they’ve ever closed a deal in their life.
Steps to Buying the Right Car
So many car dealerships are eager to sell you a vehicle. Most don’t care which vehicle it is as long as you’re willing to pay for it. As the consumer, you need to be concerned with the price, the drive quality, the options, and gas mileage, and so much more.
Common Car Buying Mistakes
We’ve developed a list on common mistakes that buyer’s make. Looking over the list, most of it has to do with lack of car buying education. Your best weapon when it comes to buying a car – is knowledge.