It happens all the time. You see an ad on television for an amazing car you've always wanted, and the monthly payments shown are actually within your financial grasp. But is that "attractive lease offer" really all it's cracked up to be?
Some of the sweetest car lease deals have dried up -- especially since automakers began offering zero-percent and low-rate financing to entice buyers. Even so, leasing remains an attractive alternative for many motorists.
Bought a new car? The first thing you'll want to do is insure your new investment. Learn about the difference kinds of coverage and why some cars cost more to insure than others. Here are some tips for getting car insurance.
So you've purchased your new car. The next question is if you want to buy the extended warranty to protect your new investment. Is it worth it? What kind should you get? Here are some tips about extended warranites.
Knowing what you want -- or need -- before you start making the rounds of dealerships can save both time and money. Whatever the model, if emotion drives you to an impulsive purchase, you are likely to pay more and suffer regret later.
Do you truly understand the different parts of an auto insurance policy and how to choose the best coverage? What affects the price and how can you bring the costs down? Find out all about auto insurance.
Don't waste time advertising your car in the wrong places, to the wrong people. While the basic steps in selling your car are simple -- clean it up, price it, get the word out and make the sale -- you need to know exactly who your potential buyers are. We'll tell you how to find out.
Imagine driving down a tree-lined street with the windows down on a sunny day, a warm rush of air streaming through your hair... OK, snap out of your reverie. Before you start mapping out the route to the nearest beach, you just might want to learn some valuable car-buying tips.