How do rebates on new cars work?
When buying a new automobile, how does the rebate work and how can you make sure that you get the full value?
by pinappu 5 years ago
Do you think Automobile technologies used by us are primitive and not up to the mark?The cars and motor bikes are powered by internal combustion engines. A century old and primitive technology. The new "high tech" car technologies are nothing but electrical cars, so simple. Do you think,...
by MrSyntheticOil 7 years ago
How often should I trade in my car, or vehicle, for a new one?Factors like depreciation, balance on the loan and condition are part of this.
by caderade2 9 years ago
I am looking to get a new car, but I want to know what things I need to look for when I test drive it and what questions I should ask the seller after I test drive it.
by lupine 5 years ago
What are the pros and cons of buying a new car or a used car?Sure we would all like a new car, with all the modern conveniences, but is it worth it? Could we be happy with an older car and not worry so much what it looks like?
by Gable Rhoads 5 years ago
Should states ban the direct sales of cars?NC republican legislators, with the backing of automobile dealerships, have passed a proposal that would ban the direct sale of cars from manufacturers to private citizens. Should this bill pass? Does this contradict the principles of the free market?
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