If you are in the market for a new vehicle, make sure that you are in the driver's seat. Lemon law attorney Dani Liblang wants you to have the best possible purchasing experience. Here are some of the most important factors you should be aware of when buying a new car. Do your homework to get the best deal.
With the nation's meteorologists expecting frigid temperatures this winter, we need to be ready for the unexpected.
Nearly six million American will have their vehicle repossessed in 2017. Last year over twenty-six percent of all auto loans nationwide were subprime or "deep subprime." These loans carry very high interest rates that reach upwards to 25%. Unfortunately, many of these loans will end in repossession.
If you're thinking of selling your car privately be wary of cashier's checks. Scams are on the rise. Attorney Dani Liblang is warning sellers to verify that the check has cleared the bank before signing over title.
If you are planning on buying a used vehicle look out for flood damage, warns noted Lemon Law Attorney Dani Liblang.
Before you fall in love with shiny sheet metal and ultra cool dashboard technology, use your favorite wireless device to check out Chrysler-Fiat products for safety and road worthiness. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Office of Defects Investigation issued more than 23 recalls involving millions of Chrysler vehicles.