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The American way of life is tied to the automobile. In most of the United States, if you want to get around, you’ll need wheels. Even if you live in a metropolitan area like New York City, Chicago or Boston, a car provides an easy escape from the stress of trains, planes and mass transit.

There are dozens of reasons to buy a new automobile—for work, for travel, for convenience—but while a car can be very useful, it’s also a serious investment, which will set you back thousands of dollars. We’ll teach you the basics of car buying and give you the knowledge you need to make the right automotive decisions for your first 30 days and beyond.

In the next 30 days, you’re going to:

  • Discover the fundamentals of car research.
  • Learn how to negotiate for the best price.
  • Pit dealers against one another.
  • Become a shrewd negotiator.

While it may seem scary at first, we’re going to equip you with the proper mental and emotional tools so you can make the right choices and drive happily for years to come.

DID YOU KNOW? The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling vehicle of all time, with one being sold approximately every 40 seconds since its introduction in 1966.

Posted: 7/20/17
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I am in my early 40s and have never had a happy relationships or marriages because of the terrible mistake I made in my youthful age (15 years ago), though I have been married for 3times now. This story is ugly but I must share it to clear my conscience and pave the way for a new beginning in life. I broke two homes; their marriage did not mean anything to me as much as I gets what I want. It was fun until I got married, then karma started. My first husband was a cheating machine with both women and men, the second was nothing to write home about. I visited a therapist immediately the second left, to make sure I do not have broken home again, but the third which I have married for a year and two months took in another girl and demanded I leave his house. I did not see that one coming. To cut it shot; dr. wakina via (dr.wakinalovetemple@gmail.com) showed me mercy by rewriting history with a special love spell. Asked me to first go and plead for forgiveness from the homes I broke before the spell can take effect, it was not an easy task, in fact it was a suicide mission but was success. The spell took effect immediately I forgave myself, something strange began to happen, I saw shadows running off my body that morning, my husband who despised me so much did not only call but came to pick me from work to a romantic dinner. Over a year now, my husband has remained a loving and romantic man. I learnt my lesson. Thank you doctor wakina.


Yes it could be the best seller small car, and that is what I like is a small car, but what is one to do when they are on a fixed income like I am on social security and don't get that much but once a month, Now there is no deeler is going to let no 75 years person have no credit account on no car at that age Right? Because they are afread that they will die before they pay of the bill And everytime the social security gvie us a cost of living rase, well here come the Landlord to take 30% of that. then here come the doctor to get his part. So what is one to do?