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Shopping For A New Car

When my boss told me that he needed me to shop for some fleet vehicles for our business, I thought I would be getting a well-deserved break from work. Unfortunately, the task quickly snowballed into a giant ordeal. In addition to finding a dealer that we could trust, I also didn't really know how to decide between makes and models. However, after a lot of research, I was able to narrow down my choices. I was able to find a group of cars that our salespeople could drive comfortably, and it really helped our business to branch out. This blog is all about shopping for new cars, and how to avoid some of the more common pitfalls.

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Should You Go To A Branded Or General Dealership?
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Preparing A Car For Sale
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Can I Lease With A Bad Credit Score?
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The Four Biggest Advantages Of A Manual Transmission
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Should You Go To A Branded Or General Dealership?

When you're in the market for a car, there are always a number of options for you to choose from. Whether it's a new car or a used one, there is plenty to consider before you rush towards any particular option. One of the major points of contention is whether you should go to a general dealership or one that's branded with a particular manufacturer's brand. There are various assumptions that people make about both of these options. Read More 

Preparing A Car For Sale

If you are going to be selling your car then there are some things you should do before allowing interested parties to come out and visually inspect it. You want to make sure it is looking its best and that it will perform to its best abilities as well. Here is a simple checklist you can turn to in order to make sure you aren't accidentally forgetting to do something that may really help you get your car sold for the price you are hoping for. Read More 

Moving Somewhere With Lots Of Snow? 4 Things To Look For In Your Next Vehicle

If you are moving to a part of the country where snow is an everyday winter occurrence, you are going to want a vehicle that is made for the snow. You want a vehicle that has all-wheel drive, traction control, anti-lock brakes, as well as heated seats and a heated wheel. All-Wheel Drive When you live somewhere where it snows all the time, all-wheel drive is essential. If you want to be able to back out of your driveway without shoveling every inch of snow, or turn around on the street without getting stuck in a couple of inches of snow, not to mention a foot of snow or more, you need a vehicle with all-wheel drive. Read More 

Can I Lease With A Bad Credit Score?

You may have terrible credit, but the events that lead to your awful credit are in the past. You are now on the road to financial responsibility and you know you can afford to lease a Lexus. However, there are things you can do to prepare your credit score to lease a Lexus. The Benefits of Leasing Leasing is less expensive than financing a car. Essentially, you are renting a car, but also have the option to purchase it after the lease is over. Read More 

The Four Biggest Advantages Of A Manual Transmission

When it comes to buying a car, you have a choice between two basic options, which are a manual or automatic transmission with all make and model vehicles. While not everyone knows how to drive a manual, it's definitely worth learning or taking advantage of if you do know how to drive one. Here are the four biggest advantages of purchasing a manual transmission vehicle: The Price is Lower: Purchasing a manual transmission vehicle is often significantly cheaper than an automatic vehicle. Read More