Read how to save money on your buying, owning or refinancing a car.
Auto Loan Lingo
MSRP? Dealer invoice? Monroney sticker? Car dealers often use complicated jargon while selling you a car. Take control of the auto buying process by reviewing these common terms and their definitions before you visit the dealership.
Auto Refinancing Options
This relatively new type of loan offer allows you to refinance an expensive auto loan. Our loan experts explain how this process works and how you can use it to save hundreds or even thousands dollars on your car.
Car Shopping Checklist
Hunting for cars can get complicated. Print this helpful worksheet and take it with you to the dealership. From asking about the car's accident history to negotiating financing options, this checklist makes it easy to stay on track while shopping for a car.
Credit and Car Insurance
One of the biggest factors in determining your auto insurance rates has nothing to do with your driving record. Lenders commonly use your credit history to determine how risky a driver you will be. Read more about this growing trend and how you can save on auto insurance.
Five Tips for Getting the Best Deal On a Car
From choosing the right type of car to comparing loans, there are five important things you can do to maximize your car shopping experience. Get a great deal on the car of your dreams!
Four Keys to Driving the Best Bargain on Car Insurance
According to Insurance.com, the average U.S. car insurance premium was a whopping $2,259 last year. Are you paying too much for your car insurance? This article includes four simple ways that you can reduce your auto insurance costs.
Gas Station Smarts: 5 tips for getting the most from your fill-up
From how to deal with high prices to avoiding credit card fraud - Here are our tips for getting the most from your fill-up!
Great Car, Great Price.... but what about the Financing?
Auto dealers have a long history of using questionable sales tactics to bilk consumers in the market for a new car. Many people keep their eye on the sale price and neglect scams involving vehicle financing, which can add thousands of dollars to the price of a car. Learn how to avoid being a victim of dealership financing scams.
Three Steps to Save You $3,000
Too many buyers unnecessarily pay more than they need to for their cars. Do you know how to get the deal you deserve? Following these three simple cost-cutting steps can help you save big on your next car purchase.
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