Used car special: How to find the best pre-owned motors BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Buying a new car - either brand new or pre-owned - is one of life's greatest moments. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cars/used-car-special-how-to-find-the-best-preowned-motors-38203383.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cars/article38203377.ece/6b41b/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-06-12_lif_51019095_I1.JPG Email Buying a new car - either brand new or pre-owned - is one of life's greatest moments. However, setting out to buy a car is one of the largest spends you'll make so it's always best to come armed with knowledge about makes, uses and prices. The best thing about a used car is value for money. That's because the first stage of depreciation is already over with. There are of course different ways to buy a used car but the safest bet is to purchase one from a reputable dealer. This may not always be as cheap as buying from an owner, but it's the safest and least complicated. A good rule of thumb is … [Read more...] about Used car special: How to find the best pre-owned motors
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By Erin Douglas, Staff writer Published 5:00 am CST, Thursday, December 6, 2018 Laura Murillo, president and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. Murillo and the chamber say companies in Houston need to bring more Hispanic executives into C-suites and board rooms. less Laura Murillo, president and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. Murillo and the chamber say companies in Houston need to bring more Hispanic executives into C-suites ... more Photo: Brett Coomer, Staff / Houston Chronicle Photo: Brett Coomer, Staff / Houston Chronicle Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Laura Murillo, president and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. Murillo and the … [Read more...] about Hispanic business leaders say companies need to catch up to Houston’s demographics or miss out
Sports Chastain gets ride with Ganassi, Cindric hired by Penske By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story November 09, 2018 10:37 AM AVONDALE, Ariz. Austin Cindric and Ross Chastain have landed full-time rides in the Xfinity Series, and both will be driving the best cars of their careers. Chastain was named driver of the No. 42 Chevrolet at Chip Ganassi Racing on Friday. DC Solar will sponsor Chastain, an eighth-generation watermelon farmer from Florida who got his big break when the CEO of the company noticed how hard the driver was working to chase his dreams. Cindric will drive the No. 22 Ford next season for Team Penske. MoneyLion will expand its Penske relationship as Cindric's primary sponsor for 18 Xfinity races. MoneyLion also signed on to sponsor two Cup races for Joey Logano, one for Ryan Blaney and has pledged to give its members 5 percent cash back on certain NASCAR purchases. … [Read more...] about Chastain gets ride with Ganassi, Cindric hired by Penske
Register for our free newsletterAlthough buying a new car can be an exciting time, it can also be stressful. There’s a lot to consider: what make and model to choose, what engine type do I want, which option boxes should I tick and – perhaps most crucially – how will I pay for it? In an ideal world, we’d all save up enough money to pay one lump sum for a new set of wheels but for most that’s simply not an option, leaving many pondering the question of applying for a personal loan or opting for finance when purchasing their new vehicle. We take a look at both to help you choose how to pay for your next car. Bank loans What’s good about a bank loan? When taking out a bank loan, you borrow a set amount of money agreed that is paid back over a period of time agreed with your creditor. As a loan is not secured against your vehicle, the car is yours from the moment you pick it up. Unlike car finance, you also don’t need to place an initial deposit to … [Read more...] about Bank loan or finance: which should you choose when purchasing your next car?
THE top excuses drivers use to get out of paying damage charges on their hire car have been revealed. From colliding with wild animals to blaming a shopping trolley, motorists will try almost anything to dodge extra fees from their hire company. New research from iCarhireinsurance.com uncovered the most common excuses, and found around a quarter of drivers will claim damage is "not their fault" - the most common blanket defence for repair costs. Around 42 per cent of drivers hit with damage fees said they had returned to the car to find it had been damaged while it was parked. Motorists also used a number of other stories to prove the damage wasn't their fault, including claiming an animal had collided with the car, and that it was vandalised or stolen. Some motorists even went as far as saying the damage was already there before they drove the car away, insisting the hire company had missed it when performing their initial check-out. The best excuses drivers use to get out of … [Read more...] about Top excuses used by Brits to escape car hire damage charges – including wild animals and car park trolleys