trading in your vehicle for a new one

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Buying A Brand New Car? Try These Haggle-Free Tips To Get The Lowest Price

7 August 2015
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Even though you might have always heard that you can save money by buying a used car, you might want to experience the joy of buying something that is brand new. However, you might not feel like haggling with a salesperson to get a good deal. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can score a lower price without haggling: 1. Stop Being Brand Loyal Even if you have always owned vehicles from a certain car manufacturer, you should consider looking into what the other car manufacturers have to offer. Read More …

Six Mistakes Newbies Often Make When Getting Their First Auto Loan

5 August 2015
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Getting an auto loan can be an intimidating process for someone new to the wide and complicated world of financing. It can be too tempting to rush into a less than optimal auto loan just to get a vehicle that the borrower wants. With that in mind, here are some of the most common mistakes made and how to avoid them. 1. Not Putting a Down Payment Down A down payment today is optional, but it's almost always best to put down some down payment. Read More …

3 Financing Mistakes That Cost You Money

3 August 2015
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Getting a new car is an exciting prospect, but figuring out how you're going to pay for it isn't. While it would be great to pay for a car in full, it's just not a reality for most people, which means other options need to be explored. Many people opt for financing because they own the car for good once their payments are finished. Financing is also a great option because it allows you to essentially use the bank's money to pay for your car, which frees up any extra cash you may have. Read More …

Brighter Is Better: Tips For Making Your New Motorcycle As Visible As Possible

31 July 2015
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Driving on the same roads with automobiles, motorcycles may be at risk for accidents in part because they are smaller and more difficult to see. Therefore, enhanced visibility is a critical part of motorcycle safety. The easier it is to see your new motorcycle, the easier it will be for cars to avoid an impact with you. These tips will help you improve the safety of your new motorcycle by making it easier to see on the road. Read More …