Archive for February, 2012

How to get a good deal on a used car

by on Tuesday, February 28, 2012  No Comments

Photo by Ian Fuller

Everybody wants to get a good deal on second hand cars for sale, but doing so is not necessarily that simple. When we buy a used car, we are entering unknown territory and although there is much we can do to reduce the risk of making a blunder it is never possible to totally eliminate all risk. The sellers of used motors tend to have a somewhat tarnished reputation, which in the vast majority of cases is at least a little unfair, but all it takes is one bad apple to ruin the reputation of all the good apples in the barrel, and it has to be admitted that there are a few bad apples out there on the used car forecourts.

Top Things You Need to Know about a New Car Loan

by on Monday, February 27, 2012  No Comments

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Owning your first brand new car can be a very memorable experience. Not everyone has enough funds to own a new car and in your case you might also need to seek assistance from a credit company. While it is tempting to settle your car loan application as immediately as possible so that you can start driving your car to any destinations of your choice, it is wise if you sit down and figure out an appropriate plan before applying the loan.

Due to advancements in technology nowadays you can find almost anything via the internet. This includes auto credit services. Keep in mind that nowadays online transactions have become more and more popular, and some of the dominating niches are found to be those doing their businesses via the internet. One of the benefits of dealing with an online company is that you can enjoy reduced rates and stay away from money-stealing deals. As there are quite a number of competing websites offering consumers with auto loans, most of them are willing to mould the best rates in order to make sure that you don’t do your business elsewhere.

2012 Buick Regal GS

by on Friday, February 24, 2012  No Comments

Cars being the lifeline of all Americans, we find the roads are full of Cars, Sedans, and convertibles of various makes. There is so much of competition that only the best survives. Every car brand doesn’t zoom up all the way to glory. Sometimes things get tagged for its past performance or maybe its un-interesting boring make. Here in this case we are particularly talking about the Buick: though a General Motors brand it is still kind of heard or unheard because of it being tagged in the premium brand which was not so impressive and average performance and not all fuel efficient. Though Buick is America’s fastest growing automakers, the very mention of Buick gives some of us the impression that it is an old granny grandpa Car, as it had the Stigma attached with very little on the performance, speed front.

Compare Ratings for the Safest Cars on the Road in 2012

by on Thursday, February 23, 2012  No Comments

Safety is a primary concern for most consumers when they buy a new car. This is especially true for women. Because of this trend, manufacturers have responded with effective safety features built into the cars they sell. The number of highway fatalities is decreasing because of this effort. Drivers are also becoming better educated on safe driving techniques. Consumers who compare car insurance quotes online and investigate ratings find the best deals. Price comparison sites help consumers identify the most affordable options. Simply searching for insurance quotes will yield comparisons for the best prices.

What Value is Pirelli Getting from Formula One?

by on Wednesday, February 15, 2012  No Comments

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With a global television audience of 527 million people and over 16,000 hours of television coverage across 187 different countries; the appeal of Formula One involvement for companies eager to boost their profiles and therefore attractiveness to potential customers is obvious. This is never truer than in the rather dull tyre market, where people make purchase decisions either based on cost or the reputation of a brand. However, was Pirelli’s decision to spice up the racing in 2011 with highly degradable tyres which often failed to last more than a third of the race distance really the best way to market their company?

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