You've found the perfect used RV for your cross-country adventure and you're ready to sign on the dotted line, but how do you know that the fifth wheel you're buying doesn't have any hidden problems? Of course, you've probably already taken a quick look over the trailer to make sure that it's what you're looking for, but making a good purchase requires more. If you want to be sure that you aren't buying a trailer full of expensive issues, you'll need to perform a more detailed inspection.
Auto accidents can cause major damage to your vehicle in an instant. Despite auto accidents being extremely common occurrences, there are still many pieces of misinformation that can cause a person to have the wrong assumptions about repairing and restoring their vehicle. In particular, car owners will often fail to consider the diminished value of the vehicle after the accident.
Myth: Repairs Will Fully Restore Your Vehicle
It is often assumed that the value of the vehicle will be fully restored after it has undergone repairs.
You've listed your car on an online or newspaper classified ad, or you have someone who is interested in buying your car. You have the title clean and clear in your hand and the vehicle is ready to go. When you sell your car to someone out of state, transferring the title is a little bit harder than doing so in-state. Here are things you should do when you sell your car so the transaction is complete and all legalities are followed.