You hear the door to your room swing open and find a wide-eyed sixteen-year-old rushing toward your bed, at five in the morning. Yes, it is your teen’s sixteenth birthday, and yes, he or she wants to go to the DMV right now to pick up the driver’s permit. After all the hoops to jump through and insurance costs, the most expensive cost comes to the table: the teen’s first car.
Used car managers can be a sleazy bunch, trust me I used to be one! When you meet one of these managers on a used car lot beware. They have an arsenal of selling tools that you don’t even know exist. There are however, easy to remember tips that you can use to protect yourself while shopping for a used car. Today we’re discussing the CARFAX report.
Most of us know that you can recycle cardboard, glass and tin cans. We can also recycle old newspapers and plastic bottles but did you know you can also recycle your old car oil?
Buying your first car can be difficult since most young people cannot afford to make such a purchase. But with the availability of financing at reasonable rates, this type of purchase can be a reality. Following are some guidelines which may help you to obtain your first car.