The Aftermath of the Earthquake: Sell Your Car in NYC to Avoid the Upcoming Auto Parts Problem

If you sell your car in NYC sooner rather than later, you may be able to avoid the anticipated production standstill of auto parts that experts predict. This is a result of the devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Japan just about one month ago. Auto Parts Supply Interrupt May Cause you to Sell Your Car in NYC In a report by Automotive News, chief economist for the Center of Automotive Research, Sean McAlinden said, “In about two weeks, we’ll start seeing empty ships or no ships arriving in a number of ports,” he said, referring to the trading of auto parts. “Remember, there are 30,000 parts to build a car. We might see an impact on practically every production line in North America and most of Europe because of this supply interrupt.” […]

April 7th, 2011|Auto Industry News, Car Tips & Advice|0 Comments

What’s the best way to get cash for cars?

There are multiple ways to get cash for cars, although some ways may be easier and more legitimate than others. Get cash for cars all on your own Looking to get cash for cars on your own terms? There is always the option of going back to the ancient roots of marketing. Sitting your car in a busy location with a big “For Sale” sign on it is how our ancestors got cash for cars. Through word of mouth and lots of flashy posters, those who were wishing to sell their cars put their vehicles on the market. Behind all this, the salesman would need to also establish himself as a trustworthy person in the community to do business with. […]

March 15th, 2011|Big Bucks Auto, Car Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Mayor Bloomberg makes it expensive to own a car in NYC

Sell your Car for Cash: Have you been realizing that owning a vehicle in NYC it too expensive? You have more options than you thought. Mayor Bloomberg has been putting many bills into action that have been making it more expensive to own a car in NYC. Why is it so expensive to own a car in NYC? If you are looking to sell your car for cash, you are not alone. Many new Yorkers are realizing that it is just too expensive to own a car in NYC, directly related to the recent laws being passed. Most recently, the mayor of NYC has been working to pass a law that will initiate a fee for vehicle’s coming into the city, similar to a luxury tax for cars that cross into the city. The creation of this law was been prompted by the large number of New York residents who began registering their cars out of state in order to save money on taxes. […]

The Best New Car Models Coming Out In 2011

The New Year is a fresh start for most of us and is especially true when it comes to new 2011 car models. Many new vehicles were introduced at the end of 2010 that showed some promise. Whether they were and electric car, an SUV or a concept vehicle, 2011 will be a year that new and innovative design comes to light. There are a ton of new models out there but I wanted to highlight a small selection that I thought took the cake. 2011 Chrysler 200 The 2011 Chrysler 200 Sedan is replacing the Sebring model and from the outside doesn’t look much different. The interior has been completely revamped and so has the front and rear design.  The suspension has also been redone for improved ride and cornering stability. The new model has an attractive new price as well that makes it one of the most appealing new car models for 2011 […]

January 17th, 2011|Car Tips & Advice|3 Comments

Winter Driving Tips: How to Drive Safely In the Snow

Don’t crash your car or else you’ll have to sell your car! Winter is officially here and that means bad road conditions are here as well! Now that the New Year has rung in and the holidays are nearly behind us, I figured we do a little refresher course on our winter driving. In my previous post we went over how to avoid holiday traffic in New York, now were going to go over how to avoid accidents in winter. It’s amazing to see people in the North-East area becoming seemingly unaware of the winter road conditions.  In the month of December there were 860 motor vehicle accidents that proved to be fatal according to the Road Traffic Management Corporation. As the winter season kicks into full swing you will see this number increase. Of course if you take the proper precautions and tips, you can help decrease this number. […]

How to Avoid Holiday Traffic in New York

Well, Christmas is right around the corner and to a lot of us New Yorkers that means a ton of congested traffic is as well. During the holidays I try to get in the spirit. As part of my commitment to the holidays in New York I figured I would give you some pointers on how to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to your holiday transit. For those of you who are last minute shoppers, this might be worth reading if you plan on using your car to get your last minute shopping done. […]