August 2017

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How checking the car title can help you make good buying decisions
  Car titles are one of the basic parts of vehicle ownership, and knowing a little about them, and what details to look out for, will help you when it comes time to buy, sell or transfer ownership of a car. Starting off with an explanation of what a car title is, this article tells you what information it contains, how it may affect your buying decision, how to transfer a title, and also covers different types of car titles you may come across. Whether you’re looking at the paper title while checking out a vehicle in person or viewing… Read More

How RoadLoans works: I got my car loan, now what?
  Yes, we know that getting the financing first flies in the face of car loan tradition. But we also know that it works for you, the new car shopper. And it’s an approach more and more financial experts recommend. For the sake of this post, we’re going to assume you’ve done that, and that the car loan amount and payments fit your budget. “So, I got approved for a car loan, now what?” you ask. In the case of RoadLoans, you should download and print your loan packet and take it to your recommended dealer nearby. Then work with your RoadLoans dealer… Read More

The glory of tailgating and the Indianapolis Colts
  With the NFL preseason already underway and the start of both the college (August 26) and professional seasons (September 7) just weeks away, the long wait for live football action, and some good old tailgating, is almost over. National Tailgating Day, which falls on September 2 this year, is just another day that will come and go for some individuals. For the diehard football fan, however, this day is so much more. Growing up in Indiana and living so close to the Indy 500 (one of the largest motor racing events in the world), tailgating was simply something that… Read More

Ready to plug in? What consumers really think about electric cars
Bigger and bolder commitments are being made to an automotive future powered by electric vehicles (EVs). Volvo, for example, recently announced plans to produce only electric, hybrid and mild hybrid cars by 2019, and sell a million EVs by 2025. That announcement was made with the Swedish automaker yet to launch a fully electric vehicle. Tesla, meanwhile, has put on record the ambitious goal to make its cars run for a million miles with drive units that “basically never wear out.” With EVs posing such a dramatic change to motoring in the years to come, we asked consumers for their… Read More

How to buy a used car from a private seller
  Buying a car from a private seller can seem like stepping into the unknown, but understanding the process upfront may help avoid wrong turns and enable you to secure a vehicle you’re confident with. Take a look at these tips before you shop. Research vehicles online Where should you start when you want to buy a used car? Online is the best place, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Research vehicles to find out what’s best for your needs and budget. Check out a car in detail Once you’re shopping for vehicles and find a model that you’re interested in,… Read More