Are you thinking it’s time to trade your old sloppy jaloppy in for a new car? When it’s time to get rid of your old car and buy a new one, you have the option of trading it in.. but we all know you’re going to lose a lot of money on it. Those car lots that buy old cars, no matter what condition they are in, do it for one reason: to make as much money as possible off of you. They aren’t a charity. They aren’t trying to help you out. They’re going to give you as little as possible for your old car and charge you as much as possible for your new car.
The best way to get the most money out of your old trusty dusty is to remove the middle man and sell it privately yourself. We know what you’re thinking, you have literally driven your old boy into the ground. Why would anyone want to give you money for it? Wel
The innovation that is the automobile has changed our lives forever. No longer are we geographically bound to our homes, jobs, or choices for entertainment. American commuters say that their average commute takes around 26 minutes with a median value of 20 minutes; the worst of commutes can take an average of 46 minutes however. With the average American spending around 87 minutes per day in their vehicle, the issue of road pollution and its environmental impact is a pertinent one for our daily lives.
The Nature of Road Pollution
Everything that could leak out of a vehicle has made its way onto the road in some capacity. When picturing oil spills and other auto accidents, it is no surprise to learn that the road is full of contaminates that could pose a serious risk to driver health. In add