I’m here to help you out if you're looking to buy a car by providing this handy list of 25 things you should do when looking at a new-to-you ride.
What’s driving these used car prices up to the moon? And when are we going to be able to buy used cars for good prices again? Well, in this article, I’m going to tell you all that and more!
Well in this article, I’m going to take you through some of the best modern features you can add to your car, and one of these features only comes on $100,000 Rolls-Royces!
There comes a time in every car’s life when it’s time to face the music and trade it in for something new. If you don’t, you could be endangering your own life and the lives of anyone unfortunate enough to be sitting in your passenger seat.
Calling all treasure hunters! Over the years, there have been a number of classic cars that have seemed to disappear clean off the face of the Earth! Luckily, our friends over at Select Car Leasing have put together a map of the last known locations of these 20 lost classic cars! How much are these missing classics worth altogether? Oh, I don’t know… just $200 million! So, if you have a pension for adventure and automotive history, listen up! Because these are the stories of the 20 missing classic cars!
There’s no denying that car features have come a long way in the last few years. Modern cars have multiple TVs in the back seats, they have Bluetooth connectivity that allows you to access any information on your phone hands-free, they even have windshield displays that look like something out of a futuristic movie! However, there are certainly some car features that have gone extinct that have some value all their own. One of the features on our list could end up saving your life if you get stranded in the woods, and another one could save you from having to take a trip to the auto repair shop. Let’s blast back into the past and check out the extinct car features we wish would return!
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