Laura interviews Sarah Wyant from Carvana about tips for getting the best deal when buying or selling a used car online. They discuss what you need to know, including how to save money, create a car budget, prepare for financing, have a more enjoyable experience, and receive a real offer to sell your car in minutes.
Just because you want that brand-new car doesn’t mean it’s good for your finances.
Don’t peel out of the lot with that new car just yet. Good things come to those who wait a year.
Don’t let unnecessary car repairs crank up more credit card debt.
You may be able to put the squeeze on a defective car’s manufacturer with some lemon law justice.
Your credit score can make your life easy or hard, so pay attention.
Read these tips before exhausting your bank account to pay for auto repairs.
Don’t let a dealership jack up cost with supplemental new car add-ons you may not need.
If you’re skidding towards auto repossession, it pays to know your rights.
Thinking about buying an all-electric vehicle? Don’t hit the road before reading these tips.
Ready to get your own set of wheels? Laura covers ten things first-time car owners need to know. You’ll learn the pros and cons of buying versus leasing, how to get the best deal possible, and ways to pay for your new ride.
This summer’s rental car shortage has scammers kicking into high gear.
Ready to get rid of that pesky auto loan? Take these steps to be free of car payments sooner.
Find out many often-overlooked discounts and strategies to reduce your auto premium without sacrificing the quality of your coverage.
Find out the upsides and downsides of financing or paying cash for your next vehicle.
One way is to get pre-approved. Another way is to fly to Florida — really.
The “housing bubble” sparked the Great Recession. Some experts worry an impending “auto bubble” will do the same.
A car is one of the biggest purchases you can make. Here are a few ways to get your money’s worth over time.
They’ll also (literally) drive you into the poor house.