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?
Many rental car companies offer their former rental vehicles for sale—often at prices below market value and with warranties that seem reasonable. Buying a former rental car sounds like a good way to get a good deal. After all, rental companies regularly service and maintain their vehicles; what could go wrong? Here’s what you should know.
After a car accident, your car may lose resale value, even if you have it repaired. This is known as diminished value. Diminished value affects you according to the details of the damage, the repairs, your insurance, and the state where you live. How should you handle this if it happens to you? Here’s what you should know.
Whether you’re at home or at a dealership, here are seven important things to do before you sign the purchase papers for your next new or used vehicle.
There’s a big difference between a car broker and a car buyer’s agent. Many brokers promote themselves as buyers’ agents, but in reality, they receive payment from dealerships as well as car buyers. Know the facts, so you can get your best deal!
Vehicle Service Contracts (VSCs), more commonly referred to as extended warranties, can be a great purchase under the right conditions. Do you know what to consider?
As the calendar year winds to a close, many car dealers are ramping up their ads and offering incentives on new car purchases made before December 31. Is this a good time of year to buy a new car? What should you consider? Here are Car Pal’s recommendations.
Car Pal, LLC can help you purchase the vehicle of your choice and have it shipped to you from elsewhere in the US. When your vehicle arrives, this checklist will help you to inspect it properly before you sign anything, so you don’t miss any important steps.
Using the internet, many used car buyers go out of town or even out of state to purchase a used or pre-owned vehicle. This can be a good way to find a far better vehicle than you might find locally; or in many cases, a better overall deal in terms of vehicle, miles, and price. Here’s how it works.
Aaron Flickinger of New Holland Auto Group in New Holland, PA believes in customer care. In this interview, he discusses the measures that he and his dealership take to personalize the service they provide.