Vehicle Buying Guide

We understand that browsing the web and hopping from site to site can be tiring. As vehicle owners ourselves, we have a good idea of what you are looking for. Therefore, we decided to make your life easy by writing our own guides. We will be covering many common topics that you want to know about. Let our experts lead the way for you.

State Based Informational Guides

We have compiled a list of state specific guides for you. Feel free to check them out.

Motorcycle Registration

If you have just purchased a motorcycle, the next thing that you will need to do, is to register it. In order to legally drive a motorcycle on public roads in any state, you need to get your motorcycle registered....

Paperwork for Buying a Car in United States

You will always need to carry out different types of paperwork — whenever you purchase a car — so that you can title your car under your name and drive it legally on the road. So, whenever you are going...

Vehicle Purchasing Guide

These guides are compiled to help you in making your vehicle purchasing process easier.

Best Used Motorcycles For College Students In 2020

Best used motorcycles for college students

So, you’re at college now and decided that a motorcycle would be better for commuting than a car. Excellent choice! Motorcycles are more fun to drive and much more practical than cars! With that said, you’ll quickly discover that choosing the best motorcycle for college can be a daunting task. There are so many motorcycles to choose from. Where to start? How to pick an option that suits your needs? The goal of this guide is to free you from the stress associated with shopping … Read more

Don’t buy the hype: Certified pre-owned vs. regular used cars

CPO vs Used Cars

Top reasons to never buy a certified pre-owned car Looking at buying a used car? Chances are if you’ve been to a dealership, they’ve tried showing you some of their “certified pre-owned cars.” It sounds like a good deal off the bat, a car that’s cheaper than a new one, but comes with a warranty! Plus, they claim that it’s passed a “rigorous multi-point inspection process.” So, you get the price of a used car and the peace of mind of a new one. That’s … Read more

4 Legit ways to get Free Vehicle History Reports

4 Legit ways to get Free Vehicle History Reports

Buying a used vehicle is a great decision in today’s economy. If you’re shopping at the right place with the right guidance, you’re sure to be able to find a wonderful vehicle to suit your needs- without having to sell off your house. There’s a lot to consider when you’re buying a used vehicle, though. If you don’t do your homework, it can be a lengthy and even a costly experience. That’s why it’s so important to get the right information on your chosen vehicle … Read more

What is a Salvage Title Vehicle?

When a vehicle has been badly damaged due to an accident, repairs will cost more than the initial price tag, the insurer will calculate the remaining value and take possession of that vehicle. The insurer will then auction this vehicle to rebuilders or salvage companies. The vehicle will be issued with a red flag to warn prospective buyers that it has been declared valueless by the insurer. This is the vehicle with a red flag referred to as salvage title vehicle. In the United States, … Read more

Understanding Used Car Prices

When you are shopping for a used car, there is a probability that you will hear sellers using different pricing terms. To get the best deal, you will need to understand the meaning of these terms that are used for calculating used car prices. Below are some of the main terms that you are likely to hear from sellers. Asking Price The asking price is simple to understand. It is the total amount that the seller asks for his car. You can negotiate downward and … Read more

Should I Buy an Extended Warranty?

As a general rule, take caution when buying an extended warranty. Most extended warranties may exclude items that are likely to get damaged or broken. Even if an item is covered by an extended warranty, most dishonest companies will find a fake reason to deny your claim. You should also keep in mind that some extended warranties include deductibles, while others limit places where you can take your car for repair. Many car buyers buy extended warranties out of fear of incurring expensive repair costs … Read more

Protecting Yourself from Odometer Rollback Fraud

One of the common motor vehicle fraud committed by dealers is the odometer rollback fraud. You will find them rolling back the odometer readings to increase the value of the vehicle. They make the vehicle seem like it has a lower mileage than what the actual reading of the odometer was. Rolling back of odometer is illegal under the U.S. state laws. If you are a victim of odometer rollback fraud, you have a right to sue the dealer and get compensation. A motor vehicle … Read more

Identifying Hidden Car Buying Fees

The true cost of buying a car goes beyond the asking price, retail price or the agreeable monthly payment. There are several hidden costs that you will need to be aware of, which count towards the true cost of owning a new car. To ensure that the used or new car you choose provides maximum value and fits your budget, you will need to consider all the hidden costs. Some of these hidden car buying fees have been explained below. Financing Charges When you are … Read more

How to Avoid Flood Damaged Cars

In this era of electrical engines, some cars are vulnerable to flooding compared to others. In fact, even little water inside a car can permanently damage the vehicle’s engine and electrical components. Unfortunately, many people lack the technical knowledge to recognize problems in the car’s engine or other electrical components. This is what gives sellers of flood damaged cars an edge over ignorant vehicle buyers. They know that electrical components or engine problems are easier to conceal than exterior damage. It is easy to spot … Read more

How to Avoid Curbstoning When Buying a Used Car

Curbstoning is the business of selling used cars by unlicensed dealers. Normally, these dealers pretend to be private parties to evade taxes and regulations. If you are planning to purchase a used car, knowing what this term means is the first step you have taken towards protecting yourself from becoming a victim of it. Here are other helpful tips that will protect you from becoming a victim of a curbstoning business. Avoid cars sold off the side of the road If you notice a car … Read more