How To Make Your Car Last 100,000 Miles… Or Longer

The average life expectancy of most cars is about 8 years and 150,000 miles. If a vehicle makes it to 200,000 miles, you are riding on borrowed time and the car is paying you back. Here are the best tips I’ve found to make your car last longer.

How To Use The Cash Envelope System For Savings

Some tips for using Dave Ramsey’s Cash Envelope System when you’re budgeting your bills for the month. Finally, you’ll have a handle on how much you can spend, and how much you need to save to get through each month.

Carfax… Is It Worth It? How To Get The BEST Vehicle History Reports

Did you know that you can get information on a used car before you buy it? A Carfax vehicle history report provides useful information on whether the vehicle’s title is clean, whether it’s been in an accident, any safety concerns, and average maintenance costs. However, If you find a carfax used car for sale, how do you know if the info is accurate? Here’s what you need to know about the reports.

WARNING: Here’s Why You Should Never Use A Debit Card To Pay At The Pump!

Debit card blocking is where gas stations, rental car agencies, hotels, and others ‘put a hold on’ a big chunk of your money if you use a debit card to pay for gas, reserve a rental car, hotel room, etc. In effect, they’re ‘freezing’ your account, or billing your account for an amount that’s very likely more than you intended to pay for that service. They say it’s for their protection…