Car Buying

Negotiating tips, money-saving tricks, and car buying advice from Your Auto Advocate team of experts.

What’s a Better Value in 2021: Used or New?

One of the oldest pieces of wisdom that people have passed around about buying a car is that it’s always better to buy a used car. In fact, nearly 70% of Americans say they would consider buying a used car, according to Cision. Is this age-old wisdom always true when...

What Are Car Brokers and Should I Use One?

Most people don’t look forward to buying a car. While the act of owning a new car is enjoyable enough that some people can power through it, it’s just not worth it to everyone. That’s where car brokers come in. Car brokers can help you to navigate the automotive world...

Guide to Buying, Selling, and Trading EVs

If you’re looking for a new car, you might be tempted to investigate a new or used electric vehicle (EV). An EV is powered entirely by electricity that charges your battery at charging stations. There are a number of unique factors that must be considered as a result,...

Myths That First-Time Car Buyers Believe

Car-buying myths seem to be just as common as urban legends. Nobody knows how these myths get started. We’re willing to bet they get started when someone misunderstands the terms of a deal or when they misunderstand car buying in general. First-time car buyers can...

How to Buy a Car in 2021

Are you thinking about buying a car in 2021? Understanding how to buy a car goes beyond just a few simple tips. To be successful (and get a fair deal), you’ll need to be aware of current market conditions, know how to find the right car, and understand what to expect...

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