As we conclude 2023 and approach the new year, it’s always interesting to see what articles are closing out the year. Recently, an article by Doug Demuro, a rehash of an article on AutoTrader.com by Renee Valdes, reviews the most common questions you should ask a private seller. Interestingly enough, I do agree with a majority of questions,
If you are approaching your lease’s end, you might ask yourself, “Should you buy a car after lease?” You know the buyout price on your lease agreement but are still determining if the numbers are good or if you want to pay that amount. In a recent article by Ashley Donohoe from Car and Driver, I agree with
I know from first-hand experience how NOT to buy a car, despite the seller being a family friend. I will cover exactly what you must look for to avoid these 7 red flags for used cars. When buying a used car, you must be very objective about what you see in person. Some tell-tale signs will
Is it worth buying a 10 year old car today? Short answer: YES! I have personally owned new, old, and really old cars. In fact, two of the vehicles in my collection are over 20 years old. You will be surprised at how modern a 10-year-old vehicle looks. Honestly, it is not a very long time in the
How To Buy Manual Car Without Knowing How to Drive One If you’re like many people, you’ve been dreaming of the independence and thrill of having your own car for some time. But if you don’t know how to drive manual, it can seem like the dream of owning a manual car is out of reach.
Whether is new or a used car, there are specific things that I recommend you check. You might be feeling anxious and excited on the prospect of your new vehicle but we’ll cover the top things you need to check to ensure a good purchase overall. If you are looking at a used car, there
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