Car Dealer Scams – Car Leasing


Lots of people agree that car leasing is the more attractive option when you need to get a new car… but are they wrong? There are certainly advantages to car leasing – but only if you don’t get sucked into a car dealer scam in the process… and the truth is: a lot of people get a crummy deal. Leasing … Continue reading

How much is insurance? knowing your final purchase price.


Often times when buying a used or a new car, buyers will calculate their budget for the car and determine their highest monthly payment rate. What is overlooked however, is how much the car insurance will cost on the new or used car that you are buying. Sometimes, the cost of insurance can make or break your ability to purchase … Continue reading

How to test drive a used car


Test driving a new car is one of the fastest ways to learn about a car. You can quickly determine if the car is worth your time to check out mechanically. There are of course a few common problems that you need to look for when test driving a car. The first stage of your used car test drive should … Continue reading

Car Dealer Scams – “Sorry, but your financing fell through”


Unless you don’t pay attention to any advertising, you see car dealers blasting low APR (annual percentage rate) financing rates all over your TV and Newspapers. So when it comes time to buy your next car, you’re going to look for the best deal possible… but looks sure can be deceiving. A number of car dealers will run a scam … Continue reading

Junk Car Removal – How It Works


When it comes time to get a new car, sometimes your old one just doesn’t have any value left. That’s when junk car removal companies come into play. There are a number of junk car removal companies all over the United States and Canada. I’ve used them a number of times, and it’s a great way to remove a junk … Continue reading

Car Dealer Scams – The Dealer Prep Fee


If you’ve dealt with a car dealership, then you know about how many fees there are when buying a car. Sometimes, there are so many fees that it can be confusing to know which ones are really legit. One such fee is the dealer prep fee. The dealer prep fee is a scam… plain and simple. Here’s why:

The Ferrari California – Video & Specs


The first hard top convertible, easy to drive Ferrari. Is it a dream car? Here are the specs: Vehicle Type: – 2-door hard top convertible Configuration: – Front Engine Engine: – 4.3 L V8 Capacity: – 4300 cc Torque: – 485 Nm at 3500 rpm Horsepower: – 460 bhp at 7750 rpm Transmission: – 7-speed automatic and 6-speed manual Wheelbase: … Continue reading

Getting Car Insurance Discounts


We all love saving money. I love it so much that I scour the internet for hours before making buying decisions. The same can be said for car insurance. I am not a lawyer, nor am I a car insurance broker. This article is merely meant as an outline, so be sure to discuss your options with your insurance specialist … Continue reading

Car Insurance Coverage Terms


As anyone who has purchased any type of car insurance knows, there are a lot of terms used for the different types of insurance and options you can buy. I wanted to outline the most common terms and options that you can buy when purchasing car insurance. I am not a lawyer, nor am I a car insurance broker. This … Continue reading

How To Jump Start A Car


We’ve all been there… you left your headlights on, or the interior light on and your car battery is dead. The two biggest causes of car batteries failing is either leaving your lights on or alternator failure. One of these will probably happen to you at some point in your life. So you have to know how to jump start … Continue reading