Car News, Reviews, and Buying Guides
So you’re ready to buy a new car. That’s great, but first you need to figure out how you should go about paying for that car. Traditionally, there are three ways to do so: cash, lease or financing. There are advantages and disadvantages to each, and the right choice will depend on several different
When it comes time to look for a new car, there are a lot of thoughts that tend to enter the mind first: which car to get, what color, how much fun it would be to own. But the most important question really should be, “how much car can I afford?” A new vehicle is a large financial transaction that w
While it may seem like an obvious thing to avoid, the ubiquity of cell phones today has lead to texting while driving being an all-too-common sight on the road. On the surface, texting while driving seems harmless enough. When you think about how long it takes to send a quick text message to someone
These days, we’re almost always looking for a bargain – cheaper gas, buy-one-get-one-free sales, extreme couponing, etc. And even though getting something for less may not make it better, it certainly makes it more satisfying.
No one ever plans on getting into an accident, and surely if you find yourself in that terrible situation it can be hard to gather your thoughts and keep a clear head about you. But if you can keep some of these tips in the forefront of your mind, you’ll be in much better shape if you ever do find y
Studying the different financing companies is critical to your success in finding the best rates available. Research each company’s policies, terms, quotes and rates and then compare them to find the best auto loan. Fortunately, using the Internet as your research platform makes this step hassle-fre
Make sure you obtain a copy of your credit report before you go car shopping, so you will be aware of any black marks on it and you can take steps to fix them before you finance a car. Another good reason to take your credit report with you, when you go car shopping, is because every time someone ot
Whenever you head out to go somewhere, there’s a pretty good chance someone will tell you to “drive safely”. It’s a common turn of phrase, and one of well-wishing. But it’s also a phrase that, if adhered to, could easily save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year.