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Content related to auto and auto financing. Good tips and tricks on how to best take care of your ride and make them more affordable.
Understanding Car Insurance
01 March, 2021
There is a lot of confusion out there as to whether your auto insurance follows you, the vehicle, or both. It turns out, that there is no clear-cut answer to this question as it largely depends on the type of coverage, the situation associated with the claim, and the specific language in your insurance policy. This article will give you a few good rules of thumb to understand when to expect coverage in various situations. Does Auto Insurance Follow The Car or The Person? | BankrateAuto insuranc
The Importance of a Home Address
22 February, 2021
When applying for an auto loan, lenders often request a whole lot of information such as residence history, income and work history. It’s obvious why they’d request some of these items, to make sure you are working and will be able to pay the loan. But why would they care about your residence history? It turns out that if you’ve been living in the same address for a while, especially if you are a homeowner, you are more likely to be approved for an auto loan. The article below will help you un
Car loans and building credit.
08 February, 2021
COVID-19 has shaped our relationships with cars and to some people they are now more important than ever. Most people will take out a loan to be able to afford a new or used car. It turns out that that very loan can not only improve your credit score but also help you negotiate a better deal. In summary, experienced car buyers recommend visiting a car dealer with a pre-approved loan in order to get a better deal and speed up the process. This article goes into details of how this happens. [htt
New hybrid engine to save up to 90% of auto emissions?
09 April, 2011
A while ago, I had the chance of driving a hybrid car, at the time they have just arrived in Europe and people were beginning to draw interest for this sort of car. At that time, I was sure that hybrid cars would be the next auto revolution. I'm not saying it because I don't believe in fully electric cars, but that technology isn't ready yet. Hybrids are certainly going to be the next step before fully electric cars. Drive one, and you'll figure it. All the hassles of electric cars (recharging