When you search for car-buying services, you’ll see lots of options, including CarGurus, TrueCar, Cars.com, and Costco. These auto-buying companies are very aggressive in gaining your business, but they’re much less aggressive in protecting you from bad deals.
Using a car buyer’s agent will help you avoid these ten inevitable “perks” of visiting a car dealership on your own—unless you truly seek an adventure!
Dry rot on your vehicle’s tires is a safety hazard that doesn’t receive enough attention. It goes without saying that when your tires have worn out to the point that you have little to no tread left, it is time to buy new tires. This is common sense; it’s an obvious hazard. What is less evident—but just as dangerous—are dry, rotted tires.
What is negotiable when it comes to buying a new or used vehicle? When you’re negotiating with a car dealer, there are many details that extend far beyond the purchase price. What if the asking price of the car is non-negotiable? There are still many areas and ways to spend less money—and some of them may begin before you even begin shopping for your next car.
If you’re seeking a used vehicle, is it better to buy a car for sale by its owner, or from a dealership? How can you be sure to ask the right questions and get the best price? Car Pal has advice.
We’re here to make sure your vehicle lease or purchase process is a breeze!
Are you wondering what a car buyer’s agent actually does? Car Pal frequently receives this important question from new and potential clients. Here’s what we do.
When a car dealer needs to meet a sales goal, making a deal on multiple vehicles at once can benefit the dealer AND the car buyer.
Many people consider a FSBO (For Sale By Owner) vehicle because they can often save hundreds—if not thousands—of dollars off a similarly equipped used car from a car dealership. Here are the seven easy steps to making a successful FSBO vehicle purchase.
Whether you’ve bought your car new or a used car from a dealership, there are important steps to take once you get it home. Do you know what they are?