Did your car survive Hurricane Sandy undamaged? Think about trading it in for cash today!

New Yorkers are resilient. They are survivors. No matter what type of adversity has been thrown at them in recent years, the people of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have shown again and again that they will not back down. They don’t give up. Hurricane Sandy was the latest of many difficult challenges to knock the New York area to its knees. The superstorm’s destruction – from Breezy Point to Staten Island, from Seaside Heights to Hoboken, from Red [...]

By | December 28th, 2012|Car Tips & Advice, New York Life|0 Comments

Remembering September 11th

To our fellow New Yorkers, and Americans: we had written this blog post a year ago on this occasion, and on this eleventh anniversary, we wanted to honor the date by reposting here our thoughts and remembrances of 9/11, of all those we lost that day, and their families and loved ones... One New Yorker, Two Buildings, Ten Years Sometimes, there are things more important than buying used cars. I know that sound funny coming from me; when the purchase [...]

By | September 11th, 2012|New York Life|0 Comments

New York City Bridge and Tunnel Tolls Rise Up and Aggravate Commuters

Port Authority Raises Tolls & New Jersey Transit Absorbs the Hike As of 3 a.m. Sunday, September 18th, 2011, the current cost of living and commuting to New York City just became very painful for commuters and motorists. Drivers who pay with cash to drive into NYC through bridges and tunnels controlled by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey now face a 50 percent increase. And it’s not over. Tolls are scheduled to rise an additional 75 [...]

By | September 22nd, 2011|New York Life, Owning a Car in New York City|1 Comment

Remembering September 11th

One New Yorker, Two Buildings, Ten Years Sometimes, there are things more important than buying used cars. I know that sound funny coming from me; when the purchase of cars is not just my business, but my family's business for three generations, and more than just how we make our living, but our life. But it's true. Normally, when you say 911, it means the Porsche 911 and I would be happy that I had been able to buy one! [...]

By | September 9th, 2011|New York Life|0 Comments