Tips for getting the best deal on a brand new automobile
Autos: Buying New
Use these strategies and drive off the lot with the best bargain on a new car.How to Find Help Buying a Handicapped-Accessible Vehicle
Today's adaptive driving technologies are impressive. They're also expensive. If you or a family member has impaired mobility, a handicapped-accessible vehicle represents more freedom. Grants, vouchers, low-interest loans, and other financial aid exist to put toward a modified vehicle.
Buying an Insurance Friendly Car
If you are planning to buy a car, an insurance friendly car can help you save significantly on your auto insurance premiums. Here is a look at some useful tips on buying insurance friendly cars.6 Common Car-Shopping Mistakes
There's no way to avoid the last-minute need for a new car, but you can avoid common mistakes many buyers make. Avoiding these six mistakes will help keep you out of car-buying trouble.Choosing the Right Car to Fit Your Budget
If you think setting a new car budget is as simple as determining what you want your monthly payment to be, you could find yourself spending a lot more than you realize.
Compare auto loans before you car shop.Car Resale-Value Tips
Here's what to look for in a new car if you want to maximize your resale value.25-Point Checklist for New-Car Test-Drive
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