Need A Car But Have Bad Credit? Here’s How To Do It

26 June 2018
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If you need a car to get to work, college, or to make sure that you are able to get your kids to all of their doctor appointments, you may be concerned if you don't have the best credit. Whether your bad credit is a result of some bad choices you made in your younger years, or you experienced a problem with employment or your health that was outside of your control, it may still impact you now. Read More 

5 Signs Of Comfort To Look For In Your Next Vehicle

24 March 2018
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When you purchase a brand new vehicle, one of the things that you are purchasing is comfort. You want to make sure that your new vehicle is as comfortable as possible, which means that you need to keep your eyes out for features that will increase your comfort. #1 Programmable Driver's Seat If you share your vehicle with another driver, it can be annoying to have to change the seat settings every time that you get into the car. Read More 

3 Things To Do Before You Leave The Car Dealership With Your New Car

14 January 2018
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If you purchase a new car, you will probably be ready to leave the dealership with it, as soon as possible. After all, you might have already spent a lot of time at the dealership, while looking at different vehicles, negotiating a price, finding financing, filling out paperwork, and more. You might not want to spend any more time at the dealership than necessary, after you have been handed the keys, but there are a few things that you will probably want to do before you drive off. Read More 

Buying A Used Luxury Car? Follow These Tips

7 November 2017
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If you want the privilege of driving a luxury car but do not have a luxury salary, then buying a car like a used Lexus GS 350 is a great option for you. All cars, and especially luxury cars, drop significantly in value as soon as they are driven off the new car lot. You can get a 1-year-old luxury car for a fraction of the price of this year's new model, and if you're willing to settle for a 5- or 10-year-old car, you'll be paying pennies in comparison to the original price! Read More 

Performance Issues To Check During Your Motorcycle Test Drive

2 August 2017
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Buying a used motorcycle instead of a new one can potentially save you thousands of dollars, as well as give you a bike that performs to your standards. While plenty of research and discussions with the seller will help you to gain insight on the motorcycle you're thinking about buying, a test drive is pivotal to help you see how the bike performs. Make sure that you give yourself ample time for the test drive, and don't be afraid to ask for a follow-up test drive if the first one leaves you with some questions. Read More