Buying a Car Online

Shop Online for a Vehicle The Internet has revolutionized car shopping. According to Edmunds.com nearly 30% of all car purchases are now consummated online. It offers convenience, lightning-quick comparison shopping and, best of all, savings. Dealership Internet sales departments garner their commissions based on volume rather than price, making the Internet a car-buyer’s market. Online…

Dealer Versus Private Party Purchases

Dealer Versus Private Party Purchases Whether you buy from a dealer or a private party, both require equal amounts of diligence on your behalf―running vehicle history reports, comparing prices, working out financing, weighing insurance costs, inspecting and test driving targeted vehicle. But if you’re shopping similar vehicles at similar prices, consider the following tips to…

Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles

Did you know there are more used cars on the market today than ever? And, that the general quality level of these cars is higher, too? That’s due to a few factors, including the popularity of leased cars. So, when you combine the amount of used cars available with the overall improved condition of these…

Lemon Law in Florida

If you’ve purchased or leased a defective automobile, you do have legal recourse under Florida’s Lemon Law. The law provides arbitration for car owners with complaints, and can result in a full refund or replacement vehicle. You’re on your own with a used car, however; the law applies only to the purchase or long-term lease…

Test Drive a Used Car

Whether you shop for a used car through a dealer or a private party, you will want to get behind the wheel and take the car for a spin. Individual owners may be reluctant to allow you to drive the car by yourself. If that is the case, agree to have them accompany you in…

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