Tag: used car

Cars & Trucks

Everything You Need to Know About Car Recalls

April 27, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Car recalls occur all the time. But how do you know if your vehicle has been recalled? And what do you do next?

Auto Insurance

Why Are Catalytic Converters Stolen?

April 04, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Catalytic converter theft is skyrocketing across the country. Here’s why thieves are after these valuable car parts and what you can do to prevent yours from getting heisted.

Auto Loans

New and Used Car Prices Climbing to Record Highs

March 16, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

A drop in new vehicle production and surge in demand has resulted in limited inventory and high prices.

Auto Insurance

Insurance When Buying a New Car: What to Know

February 16, 2022. Marisa Perjatel

When buying insurance for a new car, there are a few things you should know beforehand.

Cars & Trucks

Be on the Lookout for Flood-Damaged Cars

November 10, 2021. AAA Staff

With a shortage of new and used cars, flooded cars from the recent hurricanes may be making their way into the used car market.

Auto Loans

Is Now the Right Time to Buy Out Your Car Lease?

November 02, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

With a limited vehicle supply and record-high prices, buying out your car lease could be the right move for you.

Auto Loans

6 Tips for First-Time Car Buyers

July 11, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

The car-buying process can be difficult to navigate. These tips for first-time car buyers will help guide you through the process.

Cars & Trucks

Tips for Choosing Your Kid’s First Car

April 15, 2021. Nicole Wakelin

How to find the safest, sturdiest and most practical car for your new driver.

Road Trips

A Guide to Buying a Rental Car

October 27, 2020. Andrew Sheldon

Most car rental agencies sell their cars when newer models arrive, creating a golden opportunity to buy a used car in good condition at an excellent price.

Technology

A Guide to Car Safety Features

May 26, 2020. AAA Staff

From autonomous features to voice control, car safety features are designed to make driving less stressful. But what does each one do? And how do they all work?