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Deloreans Driverless Cars & Digital License Plates

Is The Future Now Or Are We Back To The Future

Are you one of those people who believe the future is now? If you're not, then you might want to keep reading, because these two technologies may soon change the way we drive – and live.

Driverless cars have been in the movies for years, but only recently have they become a reality. In 2015, Google's self-driving car completed over 200,000 miles without a single accident. While there are still some kinks to work out – like how the cars will interact with human drivers – it's only a matter of time before these vehicles are on the road.

Tesla, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Volvo have all announced plans to release self-driving cars in the next few years. So what does this mean for the future of driving?

For those who hate parallel parking there are models on the road that can do it for you. Gone are the days when cars didn't have power steering but it is still a skill that takes time to master. However now with "parallel parking assist" you can let the car do the work.

Out Of Time or Just In Time?

Just like old Doc Brown. you can get a cool customized personal banner on your licensee plate. But there's a big price to pay.

According to AutoBlog.com

Drivers in Michigan now have the option to purchase a digital license plate for their car. They are the 3rd state to do so. Their view as well as ours is they're not cheap.

"We'll start with what are claimed to be the benefits of a digital plate. First, there's customization; the plate can be switched between light and dark modes, and there's space for a personalized banner message at the bottom of the rectangle. Second, ease; renewing registration can be done through the Reviver app. Third, broadcasting; The plate can display public safety announcements like Amber Alerts. Fourth, tracking ability; the RPlate Pro contains GPS and telematics transponders, so it can locate a vehicle — one lost in a parking lot or one that's stolen, for instance. Because the Pro version is tailored for fleets, its telematics transponder can also do things like track mileage.

The price for all that is, well, pricey. Both plates require subscription plans that are far more expensive than getting new stickers for a dumb piece of aluminum. Subscribers can get the battery-powered RPlate for $215.40 per year for a four-year total of $861.60, or for $19.95 monthly for a four-year total of $957.60. The RPlate Pro is wired into the vehicle, so after paying $150 for professional installation, a subscriber forks over either $275.40 per year for $1,101.60 after four years, or $24.95 monthly for a total of $1,197.60 after four years. Subscribers should also know those prices can change. "

Is It Worth It? Probably Not.

It seems that the cost doesn't outweigh the benefits. You can already get a custom plate. However these optional digital plates are likely to become the standard in the future. It could be a cost savings to States in the long run. An Invalid message on the back of your car will stick out like a sore thumb to the Policeman driving behind you.

The Delorean Is Making A Comeback

Check Out The New Delorean Concept Car

According to NPR

The concept car – which was first teased back in February – is set to premiere at the prestigious California car show Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in mid-August, with limited production set to begin in 2024."

Is Your Old Car Stuck In The Past?

Maybe it's Time To Trade it In.

Many people feel stuck in their old car, even if it's not the most practical or efficient choice. What's worse, the thought of driving from dealership to dealership to look for a new one feels overwhelming.

Times have changed and so has the way we buy cars. You can now trade in your old car for a new one without stepping foot in a dealership. Our online showroom allows you to browse through our inventory, schedule a test drive, and apply for financing – all from the comfort of your own home.

Not Sure You Should Keep Your Car

You've Lost That Loving Feeling

Deep down inside you know It’s time to trade in your old car for a newer one. Perhaps the car you are currently driving is starting to show its age. Maybe your kids have been begging you for a while or you’ve been wanting to get a bigger car.

Whatever the case may be, now is the time to make the switch and we want to help you. Here are four reasons why you should trade in your car to our dealership:

1. Get a Fair Price for Your Trade-In

Our team of experts will appraise your car and give you a fair price for it – no haggling necessary. We want your business, so we’ll make sure you get a fair price for your trade-in.

2. Get a Great Deal on a New Car

When you trade in your car, you’ll be able to take advantage of our great deals on a newer car. We have a wide selection of the latest models, so you’re sure to find something you love.

3. Get Rid of Your Old Car Hassle-Free

Don’t worry about what to do with your old car – we’ll take care of everything for you including the paperwork. All you have to do is bring your car to us and we’ll take it from there.

4. Get the Upgrade You Deserve

Finally let all your hard work payoff. You deserve a better car and we can help you get it. Trade in your old car and upgrade to something new, better, and more luxurious. You’ll be glad you did.

What's That Noise - Your Safety Depends On It

Your Brakes Are Telling You Something!

Brakes are an essential part of every car, helping you to slow down and stop when needed. Generally, if your brakes are making a high-pitched squealing noise when you first step on them, it's an indication that the brake pads need to be replaced.

What causes that noise when you brake?

This can be due to a number of different factors - worn or dirty brake pads, issues with the rotors or calipers, or even something as simple as dirt or debris caught in the brakes.

If you're noticing a strange noise coming from your brakes, it's always best to have them checked out by a professional mechanic to ensure there isn't a bigger issue at play.

What are the different types of brakes, and how do they work?

There are many different types of brakes, each designed to perform a specific function and work in a particular way. Some common brake types include disc brakes, drum brakes, and vacuum brakes.

Disc brakes use a system of pads that press against a spinning metal disc to slow or stop the vehicle. Drum brakes consist of two brake shoes that press against the inside of a stationary metal drum. Vacuum brakes use suction to slow or stop a vehicle, drawing air from the atmosphere into chambers

How can you tell if your brakes need to be serviced or replaced?

If your car is making a noise when you brake, there's a good chance that something is wrong with your brakes. There are several things you can do to check your brakes and see if they need to be serviced or replaced.

Another way to tell if your brakes are in need of service is to look at your brake fluid levels. If the fluid is low or dark, it could be a sign that your brakes need to be flushed and refilled.

What does turning the Rotors mean?

If you've ever had your car's brakes serviced, you may have heard the term "turning the rotors." But what does that actually mean?

Rotors are the metal discs that your brake pads press against to slow or stop your car. When they become worn or dirty, they can cause a number of problems with braking performance. Turning the rotors means machining them down so that they are smooth and clean again, allowing for better braking. If they get worn down below a certain point, they will need to be replaced entirely by a mechanic.


As a driver, it's important to be aware of any issues with your car's brakes, as this can have serious implications for your safety on the road. Some common symptoms of worn or faulty brakes include a high-pitched squealing noise when braking, low or dark brake fluid levels, vibrations or shuddering when applying the brakes, and poor response time. If you notice any of these issues, be sure to have your brakes checked by a professional mechanic as soon as possible.

Stuck On The Side Of The Road - You Are Not Alone

Emergency Roadside Kits - A Friend When You Need One

We've all been there before. You're driving along, minding your own business, when suddenly you get a flat tire. Or your engine starts making strange noises. Whatever the problem is, it's a pain - and it always seems to happen at the most inconvenient time.

That's where emergency roadside kits come in. A good roadside kit can help you get out of a bind, no matter what kind of trouble you find yourself in. Whether you're on a road trip or just driving to work, it's important to have all of the supplies you need in case of an emergency.

It's not just you who will benefit from an emergency roadside kit. if you ever have to help another driver who is stranded, you'll be glad you have a kit to lend them. They will appreciate the fact that you were prepared and able to help them in their time of need.

What should you include in your emergency roadside kit?

  • Flashlight, flares, and reflective triangles will help other motorists see your car

  • A first aid kit is an essential part of any emergency roadside kit. Be sure to include items such as bandages, gauze, antiseptic wipes, and pain relievers. Check for expiration dates on your supplies periodically.

  • Jumper cables. One of the best options is a self contained jump box that doesn't require another car. They typically contain charging cables for phones and other small electronics, too.

  • A tire inflator can help if you have a flat tire. You may also want to include a small can of fix-a-flat.

  • A quart of oil and a gallon of coolant will help if your car starts to overheat

  • Tools like a screwdriver, pliers, and a wrench will come in handy if you need to make minor repairs

  • A blanket. Although you would think this would only be necessary in the winter, a blanket can actually be helpful all year round. If you have a breakdown at night, the blanket will keep you warm until help arrives. Also hypothermia can set in quickly, even on a warm day.

  • Small umbrella. In case you get stranded in the rain, an umbrella will help keep you dry

Emergency roadside kits can be a lifesaver when you find yourself in an emergency on the road. They are perfect for any vehicle, whether it's your own car or someone else who needs help and is stranded by the side of the highway.

Every situation is different, so you'll need to use your best judgment when deciding what to include in your roadside kit. But these items are a good place to start. With a little bit of preparation, you'll be ready for whatever the road throws your way.

Got stuck on the side of the road one too many times? Well, you're certainly not alone. In fact, research shows that 1 in every 4 drivers will experience a car breakdown at some point this year.

Thinking About Trading Your Car?

We have a wide selection of cars, trucks and SUVs to choose from. If you're not sure what you're looking for, our team of experts can help. We'll work with you to find the perfect car for your needs and budget.

Front Wheel Drive VS. AWD What is the Difference

What is the difference between front wheel drive and all wheel drive?

When you are looking for a new car, one of the decisions you have to make is whether to get a front wheel drive (FWD) or all wheel drive (AWD) vehicle. Both options have their pros and cons, so which one should you choose? Here is a look at the pros and cons of each option:

How Do Front Wheel Drives Cars Work

Front wheel drive cars are powered by the front wheels, while the back wheels simply rotate and provide traction. This is different from rear wheel drive cars, which are powered by the back wheels. Front wheel drive cars are more stable and easier to control than rear wheel drive cars, making them a popular choice for many drivers.

Another way to explain it would be to say that a front wheel drive vehicle transfers power from the engine to the front wheels, while a rear wheel drive vehicle transfers power from the engine to the back wheels.

What are the pros of front wheel drive vehicles

  • Front wheel drive vehicles are better for fuel economy because only the front wheels are used to power the car. This means that less power is needed, and you will save on gas money.

  • Rear wheel drive vehicles are better for getting through tough terrain and handling curves. The weight of the engine is at the back of the car, which gives it more stability when driving on winding roads or in slippery conditions.

What are the cons of front wheel drive vehicles

Front wheel drive vehicles can sometimes be less stable than all wheel drive vehicles, especially when cornering or braking. This is because the weight of the engine is pushing down on the front wheels, which can cause them to lose traction. Additionally, front wheel drive vehicles can be more difficult to control in icy or snowy conditions.

How does all wheel drive work?

All wheel drive is a system that sends power to all four wheels of a vehicle. This can help improve traction and handling in slippery or challenging conditions. AWD systems vary in complexity, with some relying on sensors to detect when the car needs more traction and distributing power accordingly. Others use a center differential to split the power between the front and rear wheels.

Regardless of the system in use, all wheel drive can provide a safer and more sure-footed driving experience. If you're looking for a car that can handle any condition, consider an all wheel drive model.

What are the pros of all wheel drive vehicles

All wheel drive vehicles are better in slippery conditions because all four wheels are used to power the car. This gives you more traction and prevents you from slipping and sliding. If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow, an AWD car is a better option. They also provide more stability and control than FWD cars when driving on slick surfaces.

What are the con's of an all wheel drive car?

All wheel drive cars can be more expensive than front wheel drive cars. They also require more maintenance, as all of the components need to be working properly in order to distribute power evenly. AWD cars can also be less fuel-efficient than FWD cars, and they take up more space on the road.

So Which Type Of Car Car Should I Get?

That’s a question that can only be answered by you. Consider the pros and cons of both front wheel drive and all wheel drive vehicles to see which option would be best for your needs. If you live in an area with lots of icy or snowy conditions, an all wheel drive vehicle might be a better option. But if you live in a warmer climate and don’t need the extra traction, a front wheel drive vehicle could be a better choice. Ultimately, the decision is up to you!

Should You Lease Or Buy A Car

The Benefits of Buying a Used Car vs Leasing

Buying a used car can be an attractive option for many consumers, as it allows them to save money and still get the vehicle they need. On the other hand, leasing has its own advantages and can be just as attractive for some. Let’s  take a look at both options in more detail to help you decide which one is best for your situation.

The Advantages of Buying Used

One of the major benefits of buying used cars is the price tag. Used cars tend to be significantly cheaper than buying new, allowing for more affordable upfront costs with lower monthly payments. This can give buyers a much wider range of vehicles that may fit their budget better. Used cars are also usually less expensive to insure due to their lower value compared to newer models. Lower insurance premiums can mean substantial savings over time, depending on the type and age of your car. 

A wide variety of choices is also available when shopping for a used car; many dealerships carry newer cars that have only recently been taken off lease. These cars are typically returned in excellent condition but come with large discounts due to the fact that they were previously leased instead of bought outright. In addition, certain vehicles depreciate more slowly than others; meaning if you choose wisely, you could avoid significant losses when it comes time to resell your car further down the line.

The Advantages of Leasing

Leasing is another way to acquire a vehicle without breaking the bank on upfront costs or breaking into your savings account every month for years on end; since lease rates tend to run lower than loan rates, it's usually possible to pay less each month even if your credit score isn’t perfect (though this does vary depending on several factors).

Leasing also allows for greater flexibility in terms of vehicle selection; some luxury models cannot be fully purchased outright due to their high cost but may be available through leasing options from reputable companies that specialize in such products. This gives buyers access to cars that would otherwise be completely out of reach due to financial restrictions alone.

Leased vehicles require little upkeep and maintenance compared with used cars so long as regular service intervals are met according to the agreement—with no additional investments required beyond routine checkups during lease periods. At the conclusion of leases, customers may return their rented car or upgrade easily since ownership is not involved—allowing traders or leasers easy exits and freedom from long-term commitments if desired (or required).

 Final Thoughts

Buying a used car vs leasing depends entirely on individual needs and preferences; while some people prefer owning something outright, others may benefit more from renting and getting out quickly if needed down the road. Ultimately both options present advantages so long as consumers make wise decisions throughout the purchasing process regardless!


Best Used Cars of 2023

If you're on the hunt for a used car in 2023, you're in luck. The used car market is always growing, and there are plenty of good options out there, no matter your budget or preferences. In this article, we've put together a list of the best used cars for 2023 to help you narrow down your search. From budget-friendly options to high-end luxury cars and electric vehicles, we've got you covered. Read on for our top picks and tips for getting the best deal on a used car.

Introduction to the Best Used Cars of 2023

Thinking of buying a used car in 2023? With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the best one for your needs. Look no further! In this article, we'll highlight the best used cars of 2023 in different categories, from budget-friendly to high-end luxury vehicles. We'll also provide useful tips and factors to consider when buying a used car, so you can make an informed decision and score a great deal.

The Benefits of Buying a Used Car

Buying a used car has several advantages over buying a brand new one. First and foremost, used cars are less expensive than new models, which means you can save thousands of dollars on your purchase. Second, used cars often have lower insurance and registration fees, which can further reduce your expenses. Third, used cars have a proven track record, allowing you to check their reliability and performance before buying. Plus, some used cars may still have their original warranty or be covered by a certified pre-owned program. Overall, buying a used car can be a smart and practical choice for many drivers.

Factors to Consider When Buying a Used Car

Before buying a used car, there are several factors you should take into account. First, determine your budget and stick to it. Consider not only the purchase price but also the anticipated maintenance and repair costs, fuel economy, and resale value. Second, research the history of the vehicle by checking its Carfax report, which will show any accidents, damages, or service records. Third, inspect the car thoroughly, including its exterior, interior, engine, brakes, suspension, and electronics. Fourth, take the car for a test drive to assess its handling, acceleration, braking, and overall comfort. Finally, negotiate the price with the seller and consider getting a third-party inspection and financing if needed.

Top Picks for Budget-Friendly Used Cars

If you're on a tight budget but still want a reliable and efficient car, you're in luck. There are plenty of budget-friendly used cars on the market that offer great value for their price. In this section, we'll highlight the best used sedans, SUVs, and hatchbacks that won't break the bank.

The Best Budget-Friendly Used Sedans

Some of the top contenders for the best budget-friendly used sedans include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Mazda 3, Nissan Altima, and Hyundai Sonata. These cars are known for their fuel efficiency, safety ratings, and low maintenance costs.

The Best Budget-Friendly Used SUVs

If you need more space and versatility, you can opt for a used SUV that fits your budget. The best options in this category include the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Mazda CX-5, Nissan Rogue, and Ford Escape. These SUVs offer ample cargo room, comfortable seating, and advanced safety features.

The Best Budget-Friendly Used Hatchbacks

For a sportier and more agile ride, a used hatchback can be a great choice. Some of the best budget-friendly hatchbacks include the Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris, Ford Fiesta, Volkswagen Golf, and Kia Rio. These cars are easy to drive, park, and maintain, and they offer decent fuel economy and tech features.

High-End Used Cars with Luxury Features

If you're looking for a more upscale and refined driving experience, consider buying a used car with luxury features. Although these cars may be pricier than budget-friendly models, they still offer great value and style. In this section, we'll showcase the best used sedans, SUVs, and coupes with luxurious amenities and performance.

The Best Luxury Used Sedans

For a comfortable and sophisticated ride, you can't go wrong with a used luxury sedan. Some of the top picks in this category include the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, BMW 5-Series, Audi A6, Lexus ES, and Cadillac CTS. These sedans boast premium materials, advanced technology, powerful engines, and smooth handling.

The Best Luxury Used SUVs

If you want a luxurious SUV that can accommodate your family and gear, check out these used models. The best luxury SUVs include the Mercedes-Benz GLE, BMW X5, Audi Q7, Lexus RX, and Porsche Cayenne. These SUVs offer spacious cabins, cutting-edge safety features, and impressive off-road capabilities.

The Best Luxury Used Coupes

For a sleek and sporty ride, a used luxury coupe can satisfy your cravings. Some of the best luxury coupes on the market include the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe, BMW 8-Series, Audi A5, Lexus LC, and Porsche 911. These coupes feature head-turning designs, high-performance engines, and advanced infotainment systems.

Best Used Cars for Families and Safety

If you have kids or prioritize safety in your driving, you need a car that can ensure your peace of mind. In this section, we'll list the safest used cars for families, the best used cars with family-friendly features, and the best used minivans for families.

The Safest Used Cars for Families

Safety should be your top priority when buying a used car for your family. Fortunately, many used cars have earned high scores in crash tests and come equipped with advanced safety features. The safest used cars for families include the Subaru Outback, Honda Odyssey, Toyota Camry, Kia Optima, and Hyundai Santa Fe.

The Best Used Cars with Family-Friendly Features

In addition to safety, family-friendly features can make your driving experience more comfortable and enjoyable. Some of the best used cars with family-friendly features include the Honda Accord, Toyota Sienna, Mazda CX-9, Nissan Pathfinder, and Chevrolet Traverse. These cars offer spacious interiors, user-friendly infotainment systems, and adjustable seating.

The Best Used Minivans for Families

Finally, if you need a car that can accommodate your entire family and their luggage, a minivan is your best bet. The best used minivans for families include the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, Chrysler Pacifica, Kia Sedona, and Dodge Grand Caravan. These minivans offer generous cargo space, multiple seating configurations, and convenient sliding doors.

Reliable Used Cars with Low Maintenance

Looking for a used car that won't give you headaches when it comes to maintenance? Look no further than these top reliable and low-maintenance used cars.

The Most Reliable Used Cars

According to Consumer Reports, the most reliable used cars include the Toyota Prius, Honda Accord, Subaru Impreza, and Mazda MX-5 Miata. These cars have been consistently rated highly for their reliability and low maintenance needs.

Low-Maintenance Used Cars with High Mileage

If you're on a tight budget but still want a reliable used car with high mileage, consider the Toyota Camry, Honda Civic, or Nissan Altima. These cars have a reputation for being dependable and long-lasting even with high mileage.

The Best Used Cars with Affordable Maintenance Costs

For affordable maintenance costs, the 2014 Kia Soul, 2015 Subaru Impreza, and 2016 Honda Civic are great choices. These cars have low repair costs and won't break the bank when it comes to upkeep.

Performance-Oriented Used Cars for Enthusiasts

If you're a car enthusiast looking for a used car with great performance, we've got you covered with these top picks.

The Best Used Sports Cars

For those who crave speed and handling, the 2013-2017 Porsche 911, 2010-2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS, and 2011-2014 Ford Mustang GT are all great options. These sports cars offer thrilling driving experiences and are sure to turn heads on the road.

The Best Used Muscle Cars

If muscle is more your thing, check out the 2015-2018 Dodge Charger R/T, 2010-2015 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, and 2012-2014 Ford Shelby GT500. These cars pack a powerful punch and are perfect for those who want to feel the raw power of a V8 engine.

The Best Used Performance SUVs and Crossovers

If you need the utility of an SUV or crossover but still want great performance, consider the 2015-2019 Porsche Macan, 2015-2018 BMW X5 M, or 2017-2019 Jaguar F-Pace S. These vehicles offer impressive acceleration and handling in addition to their practicality.

Best Used Electric and Hybrid Cars

Looking for a used electric or hybrid car? These top picks offer great performance and efficiency at a fraction of the price of a new car.

The Best Used Electric Cars

For purely electric options, the 2013-2016 Tesla Model S, 2014-2016 BMW i3, and 2015-2017 Nissan Leaf are all great choices. These cars offer zero-emissions driving and impressive range for their age.

The Best Used Hybrid Cars

If you want a combination of gas and electric power, the 2014-2017 Toyota Prius, 2014-2016 Honda Accord Hybrid, and 2016-2018 Chevrolet Volt are all excellent options. These cars offer great fuel efficiency and a smooth driving experience.

The Best Used Plug-In Hybrid Cars

For plug-in hybrid options, check out the 2013-2015 Chevrolet Volt, 2013-2016 Ford Fusion Energi, and 2016-2018 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid. These cars offer impressive all-electric range and are perfect for those with a shorter commute.

Tips for Buying the Best Used Car in 2023

Before buying any used car, it's important to do your research, inspect and test-drive the car, and negotiate the best price.

Researching Used Cars Beforehand

Research the make and model of the used car you're interested in and read reviews from reputable sources. Look up common issues and complaints for that particular car and check its history report for any accidents or damage.

Inspecting and Test-Driving Used Cars

When you find a used car you're interested in, inspect it thoroughly and take it for a test drive. Check for any visible signs of wear and tear, listen for strange noises, and test all electronics and features. If possible, have a mechanic inspect it as well.

Negotiating the Best Price for a Used Car

Use the information you've gathered during research and inspection to negotiate the best price for the car. Don't be afraid to walk away if the seller isn't willing to negotiate or if you feel uncomfortable with the deal. Remember, there are always more used cars out there to choose from.In conclusion, buying a used car can be a great choice for both your wallet and the environment. With the right research and preparation, you can find a reliable car that fits your needs and preferences. We hope our list of the best used cars for 2023 has been helpful in your search for the perfect vehicle. Remember to take your time, ask questions, and always test drive before making a final decision. Happy car hunting!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to buy a used car?

Yes, it is safe to buy a used car if you do your research and take the necessary precautions. Look for a car with a clean title, a good maintenance record, and a reliable history. You may also want to consider getting a car inspection and vehicle history report before making a purchase.

What should I consider when buying a used car?

When buying a used car, you should consider factors such as the car's age, mileage, condition, and history. You should also consider your budget, the car's fuel efficiency, and any special features or options you may want.

Can I negotiate the price of a used car?

Yes, you can negotiate the price of a used car. Do your research beforehand to determine the fair market value of the car, and be prepared to negotiate with the seller. In many cases, you may be able to get a lower price by pointing out any issues or problems with the car or using competing offers as leverage.

How do I finance a used car?

There are several ways to finance a used car, including getting a loan from a bank or credit union, using a dealer's financing program, or using a peer-to-peer lending service. Before financing a used car, make sure you understand the terms of the loan and shop around for the best rates and terms.

Did It Slip Your Mind

The Importance of Maintaining Your Car

Regular oil and filter changes are a crucial part of protecting your vehicle from many issues down the road. Not only do these services protect the components within your engine, but they can also be cost-effective in avoiding expensive repair bills due to negligence.

Benefits of Regular Oil & Filter Changes

Oil plays a crucial role in keeping all components of the engine in working order, yet sometimes dirt and debris can get mixed in, creating sludge that can build up and clog the system over time. This can lead to decreased performance, misfires, and even more serious issues down the road if left unchecked.

By regularly replacing oil and filters you help keep your engine from becoming bogged down by dirt or other particles, minimizing chances of major malfunctions later on in its life span. Properly maintaining oil levels helps ensure tensions between components remain at bay since they all have a constant source of lubrication needed to function properly without worrying about excessive friction leading to seizures or other potentially catastrophic events.

What You Should Do

The optimal mileage for an oil change is typically between 3,000 and 5,000 miles however this may vary depending on the type of car and oil being used as well as environmental conditions like climate or terrain being driven on regularly with the vehicle. Checking manufacturer recommendations found in your owner’s manual is important for further clarity regarding when it is best to change out a car’s engine oils and air filters.

Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the car maintenance you have to do? Are you worried about the cost of taking care of your car? Don't worry! You’re at the right place. We can find the right car with the right price Contact us now for any questions you may have

How to get the best trade in value for your car

Selling your car can be a daunting task, especially if you are trying to get the best trade-in value for it. However, getting the best trade-in value for your car is not impossible, and with the right knowledge and preparation, you can maximize your car's worth. In this article, we will go over some tips and tricks on how to get the best trade-in value for your car. We will discuss how to understand the factors that affect your car's value, research your car's market value, prepare your car to make it more valuable, and negotiate with the dealer. Finally, we will also talk about selling your car privately as an alternative option.

1. Understand the Factors that Affect Your Car's Trade-in Value

Age and Mileage

Vehicle Condition

Market Demand

Dealership Policies

2. Research Your Car's Market Value

Online Car Valuation Tools

Local Dealerships

Private Party Sales

3. Make Sure Your Car is in Good Condition

Mechanical Inspection

Repair and Maintenance

Body Condition

4. Clean and Detail Your Car

Exterior Cleaning and Detailing

Interior Cleaning and Detailing

Odor Removal

5. Fix Minor Issues

Replace Worn Out Tires

Replace Windshield Wipers

Replace Burnt Out Bulbs

6. Bring All the Necessary Documents

Title and Registration

Service and Maintenance Records

Warranty Documents (if applicable)

7. Negotiate for the Best Trade-in Value

Be Realistic

Be Prepared to Walk Away

Consider Timing

8. Consider Selling Your Car Privately Instead of Trading It In

Pros and Cons of Selling Your Car Privately

Steps to Sell Your Car Privately

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Why Now Is The Best Time To Trade In Your Car!

Get Top Dollar For Your Trade!

 If you are in the market for a new car, now is an excellent time to trade in your old one. Dealer inventory is low, as a result, dealerships are now offering better deals on trade-ins than they have in the past. 


What are some benefits of trading in a car for a newer model

  1. Trade-ins are at an all-time high, and likely to stay that way for the foreseeable future.

  2. You'll get a better deal now than you would in the past

  3. It will be easier to find financing for your new car since dealerships have less inventory on their lot

When you trade in your old car for a newer model, you can expect to receive a number of benefits. First, you'll get a newer, more reliable car. Newer cars have better fuel economy and safety features than older models. Finally, you'll have the opportunity to trade in your old car for a new one with the same or lower monthly payments.


What should I do to get my car ready to trade it in?

If you're thinking about trading in your old car for a new one, there are a few things you can do to get your car ready. Most importantly, make sure the car is clean inside and out. This will make it more attractive to potential buyers and help you get a better price. 

You should also fix any cosmetic damage and have the car serviced so that it is in good working condition. Finally, gather all of the paperwork related to the car, including the title, registration, and maintenance records. This will make it easier for the dealer to process the trade-in.

Do car dealers take trade-ins with out you buying one of their cars?

Yes, most car dealerships will accept trade-ins even if you don't plan to buy a car from them.  As a matter of fact this gives dealer's a faster way to increase their inventory without relying on the traditional auction route.

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