Tuesday 26 September 2017
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Tip of the Week Videos

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Tip of the Week: Shopping for Car Insurance

Shopping for car insurance is a task no one really enjoys doing, but it’s part of owning a car. That said, it’s a good idea to...

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Tip of the Week: The Elusive $5000 Used Car

Finding a used car for $5000 that is both safe and reliable can be a challenge. They are often a liability issue for new car dealers so...

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Tip of the Week: Timing Your Trade-In

So you are ready to get into a new vehicle and you have a trade-in. Chances are you’ve already thought about its condition and...

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Tip of the Week: Avoiding Negative Equity

There is one thing you don’t want to be if you can help it. And that’s “upside down” in your vehicle. It’s a term...

Tip of the Week: End of Lease Options

So your car lease is up, and you’re not sure what to do. Generally, you have three options: You can walk away with a termination fee...

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Tip of the Week: Buying a Former Rental Car

Wondering whether buying a former rental car is a good idea? The short answer is, it can be, but only under the right circumstances.  As...

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Tip of the Week: 6 Car Buying Tips for New Families

Not sure what to look for when buying a car for your new or growing family? Here are a few things to consider in our Tip of the Week. Plan...

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Tip of the Week: Buying a Loaner Car

Should you consider buying a loaner vehicle? The short answer is yes. You can usually save thousands on a nearly brand new car. Dealerships...


Tip of the Week: Choosing New Car Tires

Don’t buy a car without asking some questions about its tires. Here are some key ones to ask in our Car Pro Tip of the Week. On the...

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Tip of the Week: Paying Cash VS Financing

Can you save money by paying cash for your next car, instead of going through a dealer’s finance department? The short answer is no,...