by Abby Badach Doyle
If you’re shopping for a new car in 2020, you’ve got options – lots of ‘em. So how do you make the right choice?
Good news: The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is here to help with their latest TOP SAFETY PICK awards.
by Justin Metz
From clothes to groceries, you can buy just about anything online these days. And for a growing number of consumers, that list now includes cars.
A vehicle is one of the largest purchases you’ll make in your lifetime. (That’s why having the right auto insurance matters, too.) With that in mind, you may think buying a new car, truck or SUV sight unseen would be enough to scare away most buyers.
by Scott Westcott
Just six months after retiring from 32 years on the Richmond, Virginia, Fire Department, Len Archer got a devastating diagnosis from his doctor. He had pancreatic cancer, and he likely had only two to eight months to live.
In an instant, Len, 56, and his wife, Paula, went from planning their retirement to preparing for what appeared to be the inevitable.
by Nancy Daniel
If you’re like many homeowners, you may have received offers in the mail promoting protection plans for exterior utility lines or pipes. And if you’re like most consumers, you’re not quite sure if this protection is something you might actually need.
There’s nothing better than that new car feeling. But before you drive your new ride off the lot, you often have to decide what to do with the car in your driveway.
When it comes to getting rid of a used car, you have two options: selling it yourself or trading it in. (If money isn’t an issue, cars also make great charitable donations.)