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How to Communicate and Interact With Potential Buyers

As you probably know, one of the advantages to selling your car to a private buyer is that you’re likely to get a higher price for it than you would at a dealer. With that, though, comes the challenge of dealing with prospective buyers in an effective way. The most important thing about this process is the right kind of communication.

The 5 Ways You Need To Advertise Your Car

No matter what car you’re trying to sell, you need to make sure that potential buyers are aware of it. Your car needs exposure, and it needs to be easy for buyers to find. Of course, this is why very few car sales take place without some kind of advertising. There are lots of different ways to advertise your car for sale, and we’ve identified the 5 most important ways to let your car be seen by its next owner.

3 Important Steps For Pricing Your Car The Right Way

There are many things to take into account when you’re getting ready to sell your car, but few of them are as important as the initial asking price. You want the most you can get for your car, but you don’t want to drive away potential buyers by asking too much. How do you find the balance that’s right for you?

The Right Way to Handle a Check Engine Light

We’ve all seen it before: the ominous amber-colored glow of the “Check Engine” light, or its close relative, the “Service Engine Soon” light. Most of us probably see that and think something like, “oh great, how much is this going to cost me?” But before you ask that, there are some other fundamental questions that a DIY-er should ask to better understand the situation.

7 Things To Know When Photographing Your Car

One thing we can all agree on is that when it’s time to sell your car, you want to get the most money you can for it. In an era dominated by the internet, the photos you take of your car are going to be an important part of getting the right buyer and the right price.

6 Things You Didn't Know About Filling Your Gas Tank

For most of us, it’s something we do almost without thinking about it – just another routine task in our schedule. But for something so routine, there is an awful lot of misconception about it, as well as some legitimately helpful tips. What are we talking about? That weekly trip to the gas station, of course.

5 at-home repairs you can do in your spare time

Once you’ve decided to attempt to repair your car on your own, it can be tough to know where to start. As you have probably figured out, though, some repairs are a lot easier and simpler than others. Let’s look at some that are on the simple side

Preparing the Exterior- 8 Ways to Wow Your Buyer

First impressions can count for a lot, and nowhere is that more true than when it comes to selling your car. So how can you make your car’s exterior stand out from the crowd?

12 Tips and Tricks to Make Your Car Last (Practically) Forever

Cars have come a long way over time, and newer models can be expected to give hundreds of thousands of miles of service under the right conditions. As the owner, you get to decide whether you go to the trouble to create those conditions. A few owners have managed to coax many hundreds of thousands – even millions – of miles from their favorite daily driver.

Top 10 Do's and Don'ts of DIY Automotive

When you hire someone else to work on your car for you, they take on not only the work itself but also the safety concerns that are inherent in mechanical work. Before tackling repairs and maintenance on your own it’s important to know what to expect and what precautions to take, in order to make it a good experience.