Insurance is such a valuable asset. However, sometimes high rates make us wonder if we could get by without it. If your monthly premium is becoming unaffordable, it’s time to take a critical look at why.
The type of car you drive may translate to higher rates. Regardless of how pristine your driving record may be, some vehicles are simply more expensive to insure. The best way to lower a deductible may be to sell a car and buy a different one.
Is your insurance premium so high that you’re considering selling a car? We understand. Decreasing living expenses helps to maximize income.
Selling your truck or car isn’t the only way to reduce expensive payments, however. An article on Kelley Blue Book’s website titled, “10 Ways to Save Money on Auto Insurance,” offers some insight on how to save without sacrificing coverage — or your car.
Do you have a teenager who will be getting a permit soon? Perhaps you already have a teen behind the wheel. Last week (October 20–26) was National Teen Driver Safety Week.
Many parts of Indianapolis received their first snow flurry last week. While snow may seem a little premature, preparing for this upcoming winter isn’t.
September is traditionally the month that manufacturers release the next year’s car models. If you’ve been waiting to buy a new car until the new models roll in, it’s your lucky month.
Everyone has an opinion on how well Indy residents drive. If you could give Indianapolis drivers a report card, what would it be?
Every year Allstate® releases the Allstate America’s Best Driver’s Report® where it ranks the driving of the 200 biggest cities in the country. The study compares the city’s population size to the annual number of reported accidents and the average number of years between accidents. Then it ranks the cities from “most safe” to “least safe.”
While we’ve discussed that buying used cars is the best financial decision, there are several ways to save on new cars as well. One of these ways is searching for “leftover cars” at Indianapolis dealers.
It’s disheartening when you spend thousands of dollars on a brand-new vehicle only to sell it a few years later for a fraction of the price. When you’re ready to buy a new car, it’s important to know which makes and models best retain their value. Buying those brands will help you sell your car for a fair price later.
The previous series discussed how to know when it’s time to sell your car. If you’re thinking, “I’m ready to sell my car, but I don’t know what to buy for my next vehicle,” we’re here to help.
You’ve had your eye on a car for a long time. Finally, after trading in your old one and saving for months, you get to drive your dream car home. At first it’s glorious. However, after a couple of months, you realize that the car hasn’t lived up to your expectations. It doesn’t accelerate as fast as you thought it would and it sits lower to the ground than you prefer. After a year of driving it, you’re actually wondering, “Should I sell my car?”
What to Bring
- Vehicle and all keys
- Title or 10 day payoff from lender
- Valid identification