Consumers Beware, Flooded Cars Hit The Market

A pair of hurricanes hit Florida and Texas, seemingly back to back, causing mass amounts of damages as well as flooding the area. Now, as the damage clears and people are beginning to get back on their feet, officials are warning of a new type of crime or scam coming about, thieves selling their flooded cars. Officials say that more than half a million flood damaged cars have been processed, many owners selling them for scraps and getting whatever they can for their Read More …

Used Cars Becoming The Smarter Buy

Regardless of your age or occupation, if this is your first car or fifth, it is important to take some time and do some research while you are in the market for a new vehicle. Something commonly overlooked is the option of buying a used car compared to a brand new one. According to reports, the average price of a new vehicle sits at $33,500 and right when you leave the dealership and hit the road in your new vehicle, the value of Read More …

Pilot Program To Alert Owners Of Un-repaired Vehicle Recalls

In Maryland, the U.S. National Highway Safety Administration has begun funding a project which would allow them to notify residents of Maryland if there are any open recalls or repairs at the time they are registering their vehicles. This would be a huge break and benefit due to the fact that so many people either ignore these recalls or are not aware these recalls are actually going on for their vehicles. In the past, automakers have had a hard time being able to reach out Read More …