Options To Assist With Unloading Your Old, Broken Down Car

If you recently purchased a new automobile to replace the old, broken down car that you used to drive, you may find yourself wondering about what to with the vehicle that you no longer need. The following options will help you unload the car and free up some space in your driveway. Sell Your Vehicle To A Scrap Yard Some scrap yards will purchase vehicles in order to obtain metal. Since metal is a commodity that fluctuates in value, call scrap yard owners who operate in your town to find out if they are willing to purchase your old vehicle and how much they are willing to pay per pound for the metal that your car is constructed of. [Read More]

When To Sell Your Car As A Junk Car For Cash

Selling your car to a business that pays cash for junk cars usually isn't the first option people think of when they consider how to sell a vehicle they no longer need. Drivers can sometimes get more money through private-party sales to other drivers or via trade-ins at dealerships than they can by selling a vehicle to a company that buys junk cars. There are times, however, when you should sell a car to a company that pays cash for junk cars because doing so will net you the best price for your vehicle. [Read More]

Order Up A Tow Truck? How Car Service Apps Paved The Way

Right now, when your car breaks down or gets into an accident, you either call a tow service you know and trust, call your insurance company to use your towing insurance, or call roadside assistance via your automotive association. If you have none of the above or you are too far from home to use your preferred towing service, you may feel stuck to take service from whomever you can locate. [Read More]

Learn How To Maintain And Repair Your Car While It Is Under Warranty

When you purchase a car from a dealer, it is important to find out the specifics about your warranty agreement. There are many people who assume that their car is covered under the warranty from the time they purchase the car until the end of the warranty period, no matter what, but that is not the case at all. The guide below walks you through a few things you need to know about maintaining a warranty from a dealer. [Read More]