Monthly Archives: September 2006
Posted on September 8, 2006 by kevinSmart Wheels, Hot Deals: Buying, Leasing and Insuring the Best Car for the Least Money Readers learn the details they need to immerse themselves in the decision-making process: * Should you buy or lease a new car? * Is there any logical way to choose between buying a new car and a used one? * How do these choices affect the kind and amount of insurance you need? The auto industry has moved significantly online, and smart consumers have to do more research and analysis by themselves whether or not they end up buying their cars online or through a traditional dealer. The upside? The average consumer can make a better deal than ever before; the downside is that the buyer has to learn more detail and jargon. For example, two-year leases are called "crackhead deals" and lawsuit-proof black holes of premium dollars' are the off-shore minimum-coverage insurance companies. Customer Review: A must-read before you buy a car This practical guide to buying, financing and insuring a car (new or used) comes in compact format, so you can bring it along as you go car-shopping. It gives comprehensive coverage on negotiating on a deal, choosing the right financing alternatives, shopping for insurance, and even has a chapter on selling your car. While price negotiation coverage is not as deep as that in the excellent "What Car Dealers Don't Want You to Know," this book explains clearly the myriad terms used by the car industry, terms that are designed to confuse you into paying more than necessary. Armed with this book, you'll be able to better understand how to get the best deal for the car you want as well as gain the confidence to do it. Highly recommended. Customer Review: Provides readers with all of the background information From the consumer's perspective, the new and used automobile marketplace has changed dramatically in recent months. Smart Wheels/Hot Deals: A Guide To The Best Car For The Right Money provides readers with all of the background information and bargaining tools they need to make smart, dollar-wise decisions about acquiring any car or truck for their personal or professional use. The topics covered including making a deal for a new car; buying versus leasing; finding the right used car; negotiating over a used car; how auto insurance works; shopping for auto insurance; making an auto insurance claim; warranties and service contracts; managing repairs; dealing with a lemon; sell a car; and getting out of a lease. If you are considering the purchase of a new or used vehicle, begin with a careful reading of Smart Wheels/Hot Deals to save money, time, and aggravation.
Posted on September 2, 2006 by kevinSecrets of buying & selling collector cars Customer Review: Hobby, Love, and Profit! This book elaborates on the idea that you can profit from buying and selling collectible cars! Information on sources, how to use the phone, deductible costs, which cars appreciate fastest, and preparing for a sale. Highly recommended for all in this field! Chapters: Objectives Which Cars are Best Bets? Is Design Important? How to Become an Expert How Much to Restore Market Avenues Buying a Collector Car On-Going Maintenance and Records Are Cars Going to Become Obsolete?