Selling used cars is a pretty good business: you buy crappy old cars at rock-bottom prices from desperate people; sell these crappy cars to desperate people at inflated prices; repo the cars when the desperate people run out of money; and then sell the same cars all over again.
With winter out of the way for half the world e you might be considering getting all that winter gunk cleaned out of and off you car. You could take it into a special shop and spend a bunch on a deep clean and detail, or you could just follow Popular Mechanics simple guide to do it for yourself.
My old jalopy is about to die on me yet again, so it's time for a new car. I'm wondering if I'd be better off leasing my next car instead of buying it. Which is the better deal, leasing or buying with an auto loan?
You might ask why someone would want to turn a perfectly good Toyota Prius into a roller coaster that moves at a mere 15mph. I ask why not?
Have you ever wondered what it'd look like if you were driving down the freeway and, suddenly, a car zoomed by you at 100 MPH before crashing in the most horrific way possible? Find out by watching the video inside.