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12/17/2018

Archive for January, 2018

Why the Well-Known Sites Aren’t Best

Websites such as TrueCar and Car Woo say they have the primary purpose of creating a price war between local dealers. While they are good services, they may not be able to help you score the lowest price possible on your next auto. It depends on the commissions and fees involved. Services similar to TrueCar may require a $50 fee right out of your pocket. Some are said to take several hundreds of dollars in commission, which is often recouped by the dealer out of your bank account. Continue reading ‘Car Buying Tips: Create a Price War (but Not with TrueCar)’ »
Date: January 14th, 2018


Someone with little knowledge of car culture in the US, if given a few minutes to absorb comments from laypeople on the net, would come to the conclusion that some brands are infallible and others are total junk. Car enthusiasts praise their favorite brands whilst slandering other brands. You’ve seen the decals on Chevy windshields; the little smirking kid peeing on the Ford logo. It’s the culture. But do any of these forceful opinions (often stated as fact) hold water? Continue reading ‘Are the Most Dependable Cars Always from the Same Manufacturers?’ »
Date: January 7th, 2018





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