Hammer Time: Some Buy Cars, Others Buy Marketing Campaigns

October and the first half of November have historically been a great time to buy cars on the cheap. There are no spending holidays. No Christmas or end-of-the-year bonuses. No tax refunds. Not even a hint of federal legislation that may push old beaters onto the ‘cheap’ side of the ledger. Thousands of used car… Read This Article

Making Money With Old Iron: The 1996 Buick Roadmaster

It’s one of my favorite cars. Don’t ask me why. Engine straight from a Vette. Rear wheel drive as God rightfully intended. Big trombone case red seats that are as fluffy as a cotton candy machine, and a ride that Norman Rockwell would approve of. Buick cars have come a long way since the 90s…. Read This Article

Can You Drive A Brand New Car For Free? It Depends On “You”

$265 a month on a three year lease. No gas. No maintenance. No repair costs. Not even a limit on the amount of miles you can drive. Take a look on if you’re interested on leasing this car for yourself! This 2017 Hyundai Ioniq is the rolling version of an accountant’s wet dream. When… Read This Article

How To Repair A Flooded Car – Right Before You Have It Crushed

The used car business has a lot of dirty secrets. Because of this, insurance is often higher than new cars. I know from looking into geico reviews that insurance companies often don’t like used cars because they are much more likely to have hidden issues than new ones. Odometers that can be rolled back with… Read This Article