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In some parts of the country, snow is starting to fall, turning the towns and cities into winter wonderlands. While this is a beautiful sight to see, it can also be an incredibly dangerous time of year, especially out on the road.
The coldest months of the year are rapidly approaching you if they haven’t already. It’s time to start preparing yourself for rain, snow, and ice on an almost daily basis.
The last thing any car owner wants to think about is having to bring their car anywhere for service. But, when that dreaded day comes, you have to choose between taking it back to the dealership where you bought it or finding a trusted local mechanic to do the work. Which is the better choice of the two? It turns...
Car buying can be exciting and fun, but it can also be scary, especially for a first time buyer. It is easy to imagine yourself driving off the lot and into the sunset in that shiny new car, but it is also important to think about the long term financial obligations and lifestyle commitments.
It all starts with a number.If you choose to go the traditional route to sell your used car, you have a lot of numbers to consider...
At CashForCars.com, we’re not afraid to tackle talking about major issues in the automotive world, like the Takata Airbag Recall. As you’ve probably heard, there’s been a lot of auto manufacturers who have gotten themselves into hot water lately because they were lying about vehicle emissions. But, what does all of that mean?
When it comes time to sell your car, it can be difficult to remember all the things you need to do before you hand over the keys to the proud new owner. We’ve come up with a handy check list for all you car sellers out there so you’ll never forget a step. Check it out below!
Maybe you’re running late to work for the millionth morning in a row, or maybe your favorite song came on the radio and you lost track of how fast you were going. Maybe you’ve never seen a police officer on that stretch of highway, so you thought you were safe.