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Know The Important Things About Auto Insurance

Know The Important Things About Auto Insurance

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Drivers need to have insurance coverage; it is essential. It can be hard to go through all of the info to find what is right for you. Read on to learn how best to choose an auto insurance plan that works for you.

It is essential to pay off any traffic tickets before you change insurance. Remember that the insurance companies look at your record, so don’t expect sympathy for not paying fines that you owe. Not only will it show you are a good driver and reflect positively on your insurance policy, it is also the safest things you can do. Read more

Cash for Cars vs. Sell By Owner in San Diego

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Selling on Your Own vs. Using Cash for Cars in San Diego

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The most important thing to consider when selling a used car is the selling price. Of course, you want to be able to get the most cash for your car and in order to do that, you need to take a few things into consideration.  Thes include how, when, and where you want to sell the car.

How Quickly Do You Want to Sell?

The resources you use to sell your car in San Diego should depend on how quickly you want to sell the vehicle. How fast you want to sell your vehicle will often also play a part in how much cash you will be able to make for your car, because some resources will cost more than others. Read more

Cash For Cars in Maryland! Who’s buying cars in Baltimore?

You may know that the city of Baltimore is the largest city in the state of Maryland, but do you know how to find out who buys cars in Baltimore? No matter where a person lives or what kind of car they are trying to sell, there is a company or individual who buys cars in Baltimore nearby. Researching car buyers can be tricky, but by utilizing a few tips and a little patience anyone can find a company who buys cars in Baltimore, MD that will meet their needs. Our company can handle all your car selling needs in the entire State of Maryland Read more

Selling Hyundai to the Luxury World

File this under, “What’s next, Parisian chic sold at Kmart?”

Are American motorists ready to pay luxury prices for…a Hyundai?

Enter Hyundai Genesis, which as of fall 2008 is expected to surface more and more on roads and highways in the United States.

Unknown Territory

Unknown territoryIntroduced June 2008 only in standard V6 engine format, by October buyers will be able to tap a new option for the South Korean automaker’s first V8 engine.

The original V6 model started at $33,000, and the more powerful version expected to start around $38,000. Read more

Leasing A Car – A Thing of The Past?

The days of renting a brand new car over the span of several years appear to be waning.

Recent news reports that major automakers and banks alike are steering business practices away from leasing vehicles.

The blame rests mostly in the fact that people aren’t interested in luxury vehicles, trucks or sport-utility vehicles much anymore.
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Loosing the Lease

These segments dominated the leased-car boom of the 1990’s into this century.

No longer, gas prices and the economy changed that, and fast.

The Washington Post reported in August 2008 that General Motors and Chrysler were scaling back or re-directing their leasing operations. Read more

Popularity Contest: Best Bets for Cash for Used Cars in Los Angeles

If you are ready to take on the process to sell a used car in the Greater Los Angeles area, take comfort in the fact that up to 17 million people live in the region – with a whopping 14 million drivers, an estimated 3.1 per household.

Getting good cash for used cars in Los Angeles should be easy…Right?

You Have to Sell What People Want

Ford F-Series TruckWell, it’s good to know which used cars are in demand. It goes without saying that your ability to get good cash for used cars in Los Angeles is limited if you’re looking to sell that ’69 VW van with the rusting roof. Read more

What is Depreciation and Why Do I Care?

Recently the National Automobile Dealers Association issued a media release stating that premium luxury vehicles hold the highest annual depreciation rate among automobiles.

Not a surprise, really, considering luxury cars start with high prices, and recent consumer preference for spending less on smaller vehicles due to gas prices.

Lasting Luxury

The NADA Official Used Car Guide data shows premium luxury coupes and sedans held four of the top 10 spots for vehicle depreciation for the year, with an average replacement rate of 43%. Read more

Great New Vehicles for Less Than $20,000

It’s no secret that high gas prices and environmental sensitivity has changed the way Americans think about cars.

Gone are the days of Hummer or Avalanche beasts on roadways. In their place are smaller vehicles cheaper on the pocketbook and easier on the atmosphere.

You Don’t Have to Spend a Fortune

Certain models have surfaced to the top of the list of new car sales. Many good, solid cars can be purchased for less than $20,000.

The following is a look at just a few. Some are pure fun, others add great fuel efficiency, and sometimes even some nice extra gizmos thrown in for good measure. Read more

Dealers Luring Buyers in Weak Economy

The sluggish economy has impacted auto dealers enough to nudge (actually push) them toward very special deals.

During times of economic uncertainty, people often hold on to their money and big ticket purchases (like cars and homes) take a plunge in the market as a result.

The lack of buying customers has the American auto industry a little concerned and left with a stockpile of vehicles that no one is buying.

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Car Dealers are Pulling Out All the Stops

A used car dealer in Bakersfield, California is circulating mailers offering a used car from their lot for just $26 down. Read more

Old Reliable: the Toyota Camry as a Top Used Car

Two blondes from California were in the midst of a 300-mile drive to a ski resort, in a six-year-old Toyota Camry sedan, maintaining a steady 80 miles per hour.

The younger blonde said, “Listen to that, the engine just purrs like a kitten.”

Blonde girl blowing a bubbleThe older blonde, driving, said: “Imagine how it would sound if I changed the oil or even popped the hood the past year!”

Nothing Has Changed

That was in the mid-1990s. It seems Toyota’s midsize sedan just keeps getting better, and has solidified a reputation for a quiet ride and reliability. Read more