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We don’t want to see any Bostonian failing in their car purchases. So, if this is your first time to buy a car and practically everything is new to you, we’ve got a simple list of important reminders for you below. You can print this out and post it somewhere or bring it with you as you shop for cars and auto loans.
The problem of being upside-down on car loans isn’t unique to Bostonians. In fact, according to the Kelley Blue Book, two-thirds of all car buyers who visit a dealer’s showroom with a trade-in owe more on the trade-in than its value. If you find yourself ‘upside-down,’ know that there are five options you can pursue. They are listed below:
The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is where the 2014 New England International Auto Show is being held. From January 16 to 20, car enthusiasts can view the latest offerings from auto makers. The impressive showcase of autos is something you surely will not want to miss if you are on the look out for a new car.If you already have a car in mind, you can now focus on purchasing it. It is no secret that buying a car, new or used, requires negotiation. This can be tough, especially because you are up against people who do it every single day—car salesmen. Nonetheless, you can make the task easier for you by following the five tips below:
Boston is home to many colleges and universities, and students often need their own rides to get to school. Owning a car is not easy, particularly for individuals who cannot devote themselves to a full-time job. With transportation comes high cost, especially if the vehicle was financed. Thankfully, a student car loan need not be a burden for college students. If you are in college and you need to finance a car, listen up: there are ways you can reduce your auto loan expenses. If you are wondering what these are, check them below.
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