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Car Maintenance 101 – What You Shouldn’t Forget to Do

Posted on January 17th, 2014

checking_oilWant to avoid spending a fortune on car troubles? Take good care of your car. With regular car maintenance, you can keep your vehicle in good condition for longer. You also wouldn’t be surprised by car issues. Listed below are five things you shouldn’t forget to do if you want to keep your car in good shape.

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Seeking Silence – How and Why Auto Manufacturers are Now Making Quieter Cars

Posted on January 17th, 2014

2006 Chevy Corvette Z06 Daytona 500 Pace CarGone are the days when engine, road and wind noises bothered drivers. Thanks to much improved auto design, these sounds have been muted. However, reduced exterior noise doesn’t make for a quieter ride. As a recent Wall Street Journal report pointed out, successfully eliminating exterior noise came with another challenge for auto makers—eliminating interior noise.

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How to Pick the Right Car for You

Posted on January 14th, 2014

car-shopping_100331623_mA car is a major purchase. Because you will be shelling out a huge sum of money, you should make sure you are investing on the right vehicle. Make the right choice by following the tips listed below.

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New Car Warranty 101 – Introducing the Basics

Posted on January 14th, 2014

auto-warranty-coverageWhen it comes to new cars, buyers have more than one warranty to think about. There are several kinds of warranties available, and keeping track of all of these is bound to be confusing for anybody. Found below are some of the common new car warranties. These programs are distinct from one another, though some may include the same features.

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How to Survive Test Driving a Car

Posted on January 14th, 2014

Test-Drive-a-CarTest driving is crucial before buying a car. One would expect that all car buyers take their chosen vehicle out for a test drive before making the purchase. Surprisingly, this is not true. According to a survey conducted by Maritz Research (as reported by The Detroit Free Press), an estimated 11.4 percent of consumers who bought 2012 models in the same year didn’t test drive their vehicles.

Why do car buyers risk purchasing a vehicle without taking it for a spin? They simply don’t want to deal with car salesmen. Many people would rather skip this very important part of the car buying process just to spend less time with the annoying dealership staff. If you are going to buy a car, know that you shouldn’t skip test driving. No matter how smarmy or pushy the car salesman becomes, you can stand your ground and survive this phase with the right approach.

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How to Speed Up Auto Loan Repayment

Posted on January 9th, 2014

ride today loans 12For many people, debt is a heavy burden. Aside from credit card debt and mortgages, auto loans are the other financial responsibility that weigh people down. Thankfully, it is possible to be car debt-free faster. If you are burdened by your auto loan, know that you can be free from this type of debt quicker. There are ways you can speed up loan repayment, and you should try these if you will not be penalized for paying off the loan early.

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Tips to Get a Good Deal When Buying a Car

Posted on January 9th, 2014

ride today loans 11Edmunds.com predicted that auto sales will increase in 2014. Sales of cars and trucks are expected to reach 16.4 million, a record high since 2006. If you are one of the individuals who will be purchasing a new vehicle this year, here are some tricks that will help you buy your chosen car for a good deal.

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For Car Buyers – Setting the Record Straight on Credit

Posted on January 9th, 2014

ride today loans 10Credit is a big deal for car buyers because it is their ticket to an auto purchase. They need financing to buy a car, and financing may or may not be approved based on credit. If you are a first-time car buyer who needs an auto loan to make that purchase, you should seize this opportunity to learn the facts about credit. What you know and don’t know about credit can hurt your chances of securing that car loan.

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Auto Loan Debt, Delinquency Rate Seen to Increase in 2014

Posted on January 6th, 2014

ride today loans 9TransUnion predicts 2014 to be a year in upswing, specifically in terms of auto loan debt and auto loan delinquency rate. The credit bureau believes the debt and delinquency levels alike will increase in the new year.

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Auto Lending Giant Pays $98 Million to Settle Auto Loan Discrimination Charge

Posted on January 6th, 2014

ride today loans 8The fight among Federal authorities as well as auto lenders and dealers continues, and the latest development involves auto lending giant Ally Financial paying $98 million to settle charges that it charged its non-white customers more.

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