Looking for a used car, but don't want to end up with a money pit? Here are some of the most reliable used cars.
A few months ago, I would never have considered renting my car out to a stranger. I couldn't imagine being without it, and also didn't like the idea of someone else driving it. Eating in it. Maybe parking it too close to another car in a parking lot. But, fast forward to now. When I... Continue Reading →
Buying a used car instead of a new one can be a great way to save money without major compromises. But do you know what to look for when buying a used car? The biggest difference between buying used as opposed to new is the fact that a used car that's three or more years... Continue Reading →
The closures and disruptions of normal processes during the pandemic are bringing out more fraudsters than normal.
As most of us are sheltering in place, and definitely not traveling for fun, it’s a good time to think about where we’ll go when it’s safe to take a trip again. And a road trip seems the perfect first outing, once restrictions are lifted. Here are some planning tips from TRED correspondent Ronald DiMaggio,... Continue Reading →
A pandemic is obviously a challenging time for any sort of business transaction—and buying or selling a car is no exception. We’ve adapted the way we do things in order to keep car buying and selling as safe as possible, and to help flatten the curve. It turns out that our normal ways of doing... Continue Reading →
With most of us (hopefully) staying inside, social distancing, and not doing much traveling as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, our cars are getting a bit of a break from their daily usage. This means that they’ll be sitting for a long period of time without being started or moving while we’re inside waiting... Continue Reading →
We all know that a new car depreciates as soon as you drive it off the dealer’s lot. And it just continues to steadily decline in value after that. But what if there were a way to offset that gap? If you've ever wondered about ways to make money with your car, there are a... Continue Reading →
Scammers are the worst. As marketplaces continue to grow their online presence, scam artists are stepping up their games (from all over the world). In 2006, it was reported that 44.9% or almost half of all consumer complaints were related to online fraud. OfferUp, a popular site for buying and selling items has made attempts... Continue Reading →
Buying a car can be a daunting task, and paying for it can be even scarier. You may wonder, how does financing a car work, exactly? And what are the pros and cons of financing a car?But don't worry—we're here to help make your car buying experience as smooth as possible, from finding it to... Continue Reading →