Just because you want that brand-new car doesn’t mean it’s good for your finances.
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.
It’s one of the largest purchases you’ll ever make. But saving significant dollars isn’t hard.
You can start by shopping around and keeping your credit in good shape.
Opting for a used car is a cheaper alternative to financing a new one. But they can come with mechanical issues and even a higher theft rate.
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.