Cash for Cars Selling Tips


Cash for Cars vs. Sell By Owner in San Diego


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

Use Cash for Cars to Sell Your Car in Long Beach

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If you have a used vehicle to sell and want to get the most money for your auto in the Long Beach area, you might want to consider Cash for Cars. The Long Beach Cash for Cars can help you sell your quickly and easily, and with as little stress and headaches as possible.

Quick & Simple

Selling a used vehicle to Cash for Cars in Long Beach is relatively easy. Most of the time, the entire process only takes 3 to 4 steps and you will usually receive an offer within a day or two. Because of their large network, Cash for Cars in Long Beach can also offer you the most money for your car. Despite the ease of selling your car, you also won’t be charged any fees for the process.

Getting Cash for Your Car

Cash for Cars will usually purchase any make or model vehicle, regardless of the condition, even if the car doesn’t run or has been wrecked. In fact, they will usually purchase used vehicles in almost any condition and with any mileage. Read more

Selling Your Car In Sacramento – Get Cash For Your Car

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I am the type of person who thinks everything in life should be hassle free, but when I think about where to sell my car in Sacramento I have a slight panic attack. Where do I start? When I ask my friends where to sell my car in Sacramento, California the first thing they suggest is linking up with people through online classified ads. The problem with that solution is that I don’t live in the capital city of California so I can spend all of my free time meeting with randoms in parking lots instead of getting coffee with my best friends in Old Sacramento or Sutter’s Fort. I actually began wondering where to sell my car in Sacramento when I was driving it down the cobbled streets of the Old Sacramento district and I realized I need to be driving something much smaller and lighter and newer. I had to get rid of my car. Read more

California Department of Motor Vehicles Enters Political Fray

Most adult Americans believe that driving is a right as much as freedom of speech.

This belief is erroneous – driving, as they say, is a privilege and not a right – but the perception is there. Take away our cars, take away our freedom, and you’re itching for a fight.

DMV Employees Take A Stand

An angry womanSo here comes public employees of the California Department of Motor Vehicles, not showing up to work in protest of the state’s inability to pass its annual budget.

They are walking a thin line.

The protest is against elected officials who are playing partisan games and holding out to prevent more taxes, or to protect state services, take your pick. Read more

CarMax, Los Angeles and the Ever-Fluctuating Used Car Sales Market

It’s difficult to believe that it’s now been 15 years since the appearance of the first so-called “auto superstore,” CarMax, in Richmond, Virginia.

The concept, further propagated by the imitating AutoNation, took the auto sales industry into the “big box” era of gigantic retail outlets such as Wal-Mart, Costco, etc. CarMax itself started as a unit of Circuit City, until it was spun off separately in 2002.

Monster Dealership

Monster Dealers

From the began they opened as many “monster lots” as possible throughout America, and even into Canada. The lots carried more than a thousand used cars, minivans and trucks of all makes and models. Read more

Unforeseen Consequences of Hands-Free Law

August 1, 2008

California’s new hands-free mobile phone law has been in effect a month now, and media reports outline some interesting consequences.

First, there’s the cheaters. “I looked to my left, and there was a dark-haired woman driving a gray SUV with a towel draped over her head”, wrote a Bakersfield Californian columnist on July 30.

She was talking on a cell phone, trying to hide from authorities.

The Text Messaging Phenomenon

A man texting while driving“I’ve learned one thing: It may be time to change my service plan”, the same columnist wrote. “I’m making 90 percent fewer phone calls. I am, however, texting like a high school girl.” Read more