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Consumers who want to buy a good used vehicle need to follow some common rules that will help them not to get a lemon or over pay for the vehicle. Most used vehicles are being sold for a variety of reasons such as the owner no longer can afford the vehicle, the owner may have lost their job, the vehicle may be constantly breaking down, or the owner decided to use it as a trade-in to get a new car. Some of those reasons may cause you to be alarmed while others may just be a good reason to sell the vehicles.
What to look for in a used vehicle
You can get a history report from Car Fax that will help you to decide if the car is worth buying. The history report will help you to know if the vehicle has been in a major accident, involved in a disaster such as a flood, or if the vehicle has had many different owners. Read the rest of this entry »
Junk car pick up is what happens when you have a crappy old car that you no longer want to have around. It may have dings, dents, missing fenders, or it may even be inoperable – either way, you do not wish to keep the used car around any longer and you’re wondering who you can call to pick it up and haul it off. You can ask around for references, in case a friend of yours have used any reputable auto junk yards or auto salvage companies, or you can save yourself the hassle and use a nationally reputable service to tow away junk cars for free, aptly called Junk My Car.
Why You Should Schedule Your Old Car To Be Towed Read the rest of this entry »
We know why you’re here – your old trusty car or truck finally gave out, and with a heavy heart you had it towed to the shop hoping for the best. But when the mechanic called you with an estimate, you almost dropped the phone. “How could it cost that much?” you wondered. The answer: your car needs a new motor. And then your stomach twisted up as you realized that the expenses for repairing the motor were just barely less than buying another car. What to do? Take a risk on an unfamiliar vehicle from an unfamiliar dealer, or drop an exorbitant sum to put a brand new engine into your ailing vehicle? Luckily, that’s a choice you don’t have to make.
Here’s how we can save you money on a used or rebuilt motor: Before you give Read the rest of this entry »