Sell Your Car: Save the Planet

Why selling your car makes you Eco-friendly There are many reasons why you may want to sell your car, but did you know that selling your car is a great way to join the Green Movement? Cut back on carbon emissions by selling your car Sell your car: Save the planet Selling your car will cut back on carbon emissions in a more significant way than you may realize. According to the U.S Census Bureau, it takes 600 gallons to run one car for just one year. For the past 20 years, a whopping 60% of the total CO2 emissions released into our atmosphere have come directly from cars and motor fuel. It is very important for this large percentage to drop in order to fight global warming, and you can greatly contribute to this effort when you sell your car. […]

Selling Your Car? Our New E-Book Offers Helpful Tips

If you've ever wondered when the right time is to sell your car, the easy answer is replacement: you've purchased a new car and the old one has got to move on. For many though, particularly those in and around major metropolitan areas, you might find that the cost of car ownership - gas, repairs, parking, etc. - is just too high and want to sell your car for cash for basic economic reasons. And, in the current economy, if [...]

By | June 1st, 2016|Car Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Kelley Blue Book: inaccurate values for those thinking “sell my car”

Cash for Cars Experts at New York's Big Bucks Auto uncover pitfalls of "suggested retail value" services.   When selling used cars for cash, people often look first to services such as Kelley’s Blue Book, Edmonds, or other similar sites to estimate the value of their car. Buddy Evans, Vice President of Big Bucks Auto and veteran automotive industry expert, explained recently that in reality, Kelley Blue Book and similar services’ suggested retail values can be misleading and often skew [...]

By | June 1st, 2016|Car Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Need a Valentine’s gift for your sweetheart? Start by selling your car.

Looking for a way to get your loved one a Valentine’s Day gift?  One great way is to sell your car for cash. Cars are expensive to keep in greater New York, Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut,, and getting rid of your car can free up a lot of money fast. Unlike most places that are looking to sell to you on Valentine’s Day – car-buying services actually want to buy your car.  Big Bucks Auto car-buying service in New [...]

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

Need cash for the holidays? Trade in your car, truck or motorcycle for cash now!

With a chill in the air, songs all around and spirit everywhere, the holiday season evokes cherished memories of special times. From brightly colored trees and mistletoe to ceremonial candles and holiday gelt, there are so many iconic images that symbolize the most wonderful time of the year. In the modern age, of course, nothing has come to symbolize the holidays quite like presents. Let's face it, everyone likes to give gifts - not to mention receive them [...]

By | December 11th, 2012|Car Tips & Advice, Owning a Car in New York City|0 Comments

Did Hurricane Sandy damage your car? Experts offer helpful tips.

How to Assess Water Damaged Cars Hurricane Sandy has come and gone, but as we see reported in the news daily, it has left lasting damage and destruction throughout the greater New York, New Jersey, Long Island and Connecticut area in its wake. In that connection, as people assess the damage, many are asking what to check for to see how your car has been affected by flooding. This article compiles a list from a variety of helpful sources for [...]

By | November 13th, 2012|Auto Industry News, Car Tips & Advice|0 Comments

What to do with Flood Damaged Vehicles

How to Assess Water Damaged Cars Hurricane Irene has come and gone, leaving damage and destruction in its wake. Hopefully your loved ones are safe and sound. I’ve heard a lot of questions lately since Irene left town. I know many of you are asking what to check for to see how your car has been affected by flooding. I’ve compiled a list here from many sources for you. Most Common in Water Damaged Cars The most common damages endured [...]

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

Sell a Used Motorcycle for Cash – Get a Scooter, Instead!

As gas prices continue to rise steadily, sales in motorcycles and scooters are also climbing. Recent data from the Motorcycle Industry Council shows that motorcycle sales increased by 7.2% in the first quarter of 2011 (compared to the same time period last year). The interesting part? Sales for motor scooters have increased by almost 50% in the same time frame.  That’s a dramatic jump. Motorcycle owners have many reasons to consider making the switch to scooters, especially residents of dense [...]

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.” […]

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