We recently purchased new tires for our car, and something J.D. Roth talked about recently really struck me as relevant.
Breaking down car ownership into four distinct stages, and tips for getting through each one while using your money wisely.
I recently canceled my comprehensive and collision insurance on an older vehicle to save money on my yearly premiums. Here's a short explanation of why it made sense.
Five things to consider if you're thinking about using the recession to your advantage and purchasing a new car. Don't buy a car just because it's on sale - think about these five issues instead.
An overview of CARS (Car Allowance Rebate System), formerly known as Cash for Clunkers, which gives you money for upgrading your gas guzzler for a fuel-efficient vehicle.
Options when it comes to purchasing a used car, and useful websites to visit when you're ready to get serious about it.
Read about alternatives to cars when it comes to getting from Point A to Point B.
Understanding the factors you control when it comes to getting the best car insurance premiums.
When this post was originally conceived, I thought I'd be writing about the importance of home maintenance. But when my car landed in the repair shop last night for yet another seemingly avoidable repair, I thought it apt to change topics. We all know the importance of preventative maintenance - when it comes to health, … Continue reading Drips Turn Into Rivers – Another Car Story
Yesterday's post talked a little bit about some of the principles I live by when it comes to purchasing and maintaining cars. As promised, I've prepared today's post with your car's health and long life in mind. I'd like to share with you a number of strategies to employ if you'd like to keep your … Continue reading 100,000 Miles and Beyond – Make Your Car Last Longer