Test drives are an unskippable portion of the car buying process. It's that time when you get to sit behind the wheel and drive a car you're interested in. It's an exciting time, but it's also important to stay focused. Staying alert and paying attention are musts.
Whenever you find yourself in the market for a new vehicle, it can be tough figuring out just where to start. Whether you're searching for a brand new car or something new to you, having your ducks in a row will help you get where you're going faster. Plus, if you use these questions to ask when buying a car, you're more likely to get a vehicle that meets your needs.
To keep your car happy, healthy, and running well past its prime, preventative maintenance is critical. The infographic below outlines some items you should be doing on a regular basis.
Being taken advantage of during the car buying process is a real fear for a lot of individuals. Worrying that you'll be misled or lied to, sold a lemon, or overcharged can take all of the fun out of your experience. And yes, buying a car can be fun. I've outlined a few ways that you can identify a car buying experience you don't want to be in. If you're looking to buy a car without getting scammed, follow these tips.
Whether you love it or would rather not think about it, auto insurance is a necessity. Beyond the protection it offers you, your passengers, your vehicle, and the individuals you share the roads with, auto insurance is required by law in the state of Minnesota - and other states as well.
While it's likely you already know if your state does or doesn't require insurance, you might not be aware of what variables affect your auto insurance premiums. Those variables are what I'll be covering below.
Everybody hates dumping money into their vehicle to get it repaired. It's one of the necessary evils of life. So, we've put together this handy infographic for you. It outlines some of the most common car repairs and what you can expect to pay for them.
Because the 5-Star Experience is so important to us and the service we provide, we think it's pretty important for our customers to understand it, too. After all, it's mentioned in our radio ads, on our website, in our videos, and really any other place we promote our products, services, or people.
The car you want and the car you can afford are often very different things. Not everyone has the kind of income to buy a new vehicle at a moment's notice. In fact, most Americans do not have the luxury (or budget) for such purchases.
Regardless, you can still get into the best possible vehicle for your budget. I'll share a few tips and strategies for determining how much you can afford to put toward a vehicle purchase. This will help you narrow your options when working with a dealership or independent seller.
For someone who's not in the car buying business, the standard terms for vehicle type and pricing aren't always as clear. The average individual buys a car once every six years, and in those between years, it can be all too easy to get a little rusty. So, whether you're new to the car buying process, looking to brush up on your terminology before visiting a dealership, or just want to double check the terms you already know, I hope you enjoy this breakdown of common car buying terms.
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