You frequently hear about America’s crushing student loan debt, but cars are not far behind — especially subprime auto loans.
About one year from today I will turn in my 2010 Toyota Camry and complete the terms on my lease. And then I will have a decision to make: should I buy a new car or try to live life in America without a vehicle? Buying a vehicle is expensive. I don't have the money to buy a car outright
Is there anything worse than car insurance? Last year I wrote about how I have a flawless driving record and am still paying way too much for car insurance. Over the 10.5 years I've been driving, I've paid car insurance companies roughly $100 a month. It was obviously higher than $100 when I was 16, and it's lower today than
Today I'm going to tell you a true story about how a big, bad company tried to steal my money and how I told them kiss the part of my body that I sit on. It all started when I decided to get rid of my expensive, stupid 350Z and buy a less expensive vehicle. That is a whole story
If you are looking to get into a new car, one of the first decisions you will have to make is whether you want to lease the vehicle or buy it. There is a third option of paying for a brand new car in cash, but not many people do that and it actually isn't a very good idea because
Gas prices suck. Unless you take public transportation, walk, or have taught yourself how to fly, you already know this. In my Toyota Camry, I get about 23 mpg and drive about 1,000 miles a month. That means I'm buying about 43 gallons of gas a month. At current prices of about $3.50 a gallon here in Texas, that comes