For high school graduates moving on to become college students, the end of the summer means it’s time to move on to the next phase of their lives.
Are you in the market for a reliable used car for a new driver? Consumer Reports has recently put together a list of the safest used cars for teens.
If you have decided that a used car is the right choice for you, you should be ready for all that entails. And what it entails is added research and leg work. Thankfully, these six steps to buying a used car will help you navigate the process successfully.
If you’re buying a vehicle and have an old used car to get rid of, your first thought may be to trade the old car in towards the new purchase. However, as an alternative, you could donate your car to a qualifying charity.
According to the most recent NADA Used Car Guide Guidelines report, used car prices are dropping. This presents great opportunities for bad credit car buyers.
Want to know when the best time to shop for a used vehicle is? A recent study from used car research site iSeeCars.com, the best times to find a good deal on a used car fall between September and February.
There are benefits and drawbacks to buying a new vehicle, just as there are for buying used. What’s truly great about certified pre-owned vehicles is that they offer buyers some of the best benefits of both new and used vehicles. They combine the best of both worlds.