Buying a new car means having to sell your old car. Getting rid of your old car is one of those things that has to be done when you’re upgrading your vehicle. It’s not much fun, but it has to be done. Getting as much money as possible for your old or damaged car is essential, so here’s how you can do that.
Tradespeople are dependent on their vans. But all too often they are let down by them with serious financial consequences. Not being able to get to their customers or do their work takes its toll.
But when it comes down to it, there are usually only a dozen or so problems that commonly afflict tradespeople. Here are some of the most common afflictions.
Sometimes trips to the garage are unavoidable. We’re not suggesting you try and become a mechanic entirely in your spare time. However, we are aware of the costs that can sometimes come with taking your car in. Costs that could easily be avoided if you took a crack at the problem yourself. Below are tips for those exact situations. How to recognise what a problem is in your car. How to fix some of the more common and bothersome problems. How to recognise when it actually needs a trip to the garage, too.
Are you looking at owning a car for the first time? Has Old Faithful finally given up on you? Is your family growing and you now need to get something a bit bigger? Whatever the reason, a lot of people opt to spend their money in the used car market. There are different kinds of seller involved. You will usually deal with either a private sale or a used car garage, the larger of which are known as ‘car supermarkets’.