In high school, car insurance is cheaper if you get good grades. When you turn 25, your premium changes again. Car insurance companies assign rates based on how responsible they think you are and how likely they think you are to get into an accident. Fair enough, but some of the criteria they use are a little…
Buying something brand-spanking new certainly has an appeal. There's no previous owner, so you know where the item has been. It's pretty and shiny, and you get to enjoy that. But buying used usually comes with one big perk: saving money. We want to know—when is it better to buy used vs. new?
Buying a car can be stressful. Most dealers are pretty skilled negotiators, and sometimes the price breakdown of a vehicle can be a bit confusing. Next time you're negotiating, you might want to consider something called dealer "holdback."