If your New Year’s resolution was to start walking or biking more, you may be out of luck. Auto brands are making it too easy to practically live out of your vehicle these days. And a good dose of auto stimuli is almost ready to be dispensed: the International Consumer Electronics Show, from January 10-12, is fast becoming the place to start each New Year in car tech, as brands rush to display new gadgetry from the Vegas strip- which, ironically, may be the worst place to drive. Continue reading
The thing about car personality quizzes is that you may think they are all just good fun, but they really can help you to contemplate the kind of vehicle you want to purchase the next time around. I’ll try and make it fun and exciting for you boys, but the bottom line is, you will all wind up in one of the three categories. Read on for a car personality quiz that is as useful as it is entertaining, and you’re welcome in advance. Continue reading
Parking tickets, in themselves, won’t affect your car insurance your premium, but failing to pay your tickets for a long time can come back to jack up your monthly premium. Continue reading
The fine subtleties and inner workings of car insurance coverage is one of the great mysteries of the modern world. But fear not – CoverHound is here to help!
Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how small our world has become – globalization and an incredibly interconnected world economy have made it practically impossible to be either self-sustaining or economically isolated. This is particularly true for the automotive industry; every company has to grow beyond what yesterday’s world could provide. This progressiveness is necessary for long-term success.
When filling out auto insurance quote forms, one of your top priorities must be accuracy; incorrect information can, among other large headaches, price increases by carriers and potentially missing out on special discounts.
Buying car insurance plays a pivotal role in the holistic process of buying a car; people can choose to have local agents service the insurance for them, or choose to be serviced directly by carriers. Often, people choose to simply go with the policy with the lowest premium, but there are facts and myths with both. Here’s what you need to know.
NOTE: This is a guest post from auto reviewer and blogger Jil McIntosh. Jil is a full-time journalist who reviews new cars, reports on the automotive scene and covers classic cars for several publications. She also writes on a variety of other subjects on occasion, including fountain pens, cocktails and rural life. www.WomanOnWheels.ca
Buying a car isn’t easy. Each year, automakers offer more than 260 different cars, trucks and SUVs. Many people then turn to auto reviews to help decide which one to select. Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, your process for doing, well, anything begins with research. If there’s an app I want on my phone, I read the reviews. I take home a sample before I commit to a whole bottle, and a first date is like an interview – you know that girl. Well, I am that girl. Buying a car is not like buying a sandwich, it’s a big life choice, so invest in some research. Srsly. Continue reading
This article is written by Kevin Bookbinder, one of the newest members of the CarWoo team. As our Dealer in Residence, Kevin brings more than 10 years in the car dealer industry to the table, and he’s here to advise us on all things dealer-related, whether it be the dealer perspective on new CarWoo! features, or blog posts for buyers on the best way to buy a new car. Continue reading
How does car buying online work?
The term “online car buying” is actually a bit of a misnomer – there is no way to literally purchase a car online today. Continue reading