In the vast majority of situations here in the United States, I recommend leasing over any other ways to finance and drive a car.
This might surprise you.
Because we have been brainwashed that leasing is a fool’s way to drive a car.
But when we exploit the benefits of leasing (and avoid the common traps), we are able to drive a lot more car for a lot less money over our lifetime.
Continue reading How to lease a brand new car with no money down in the USA
One of the most amazing ways to drive a new luxury car on the cheap is to assume a lease.
A car lease takeover benefits everyone: the original lessee gets out of their lease without paying expensive penalties …
And we get to assume a lease without putting down expensive down payments.
Continue reading Assume a lease & drive new cars for less than $200 monthly
Residual value is the net amount of a car’s worth after factoring in depreciation.
So residual value is the amount we can buy a leased car for at the end of the term.
A higher residual value allows us to lease more car for less money each month.
Who determines the residual value on a new car? It is not the new car dealer. Instead, it is the lease finance company that actually determines the residual values on all vehicles.
For some reason, it is all but impossible to see all the residual values of cars sold here in the USA…
So I compiled the 36- and 60-month residual value of each car below.
Continue reading Residual value calculations on a new car lease for 2016
Word is getting out:
New car dealers HATE me.
That is because I know too much about the car buying process.
And every day, thousands of my readers come here for my insider secrets of buying a car at the absolute lowest price.
This short tutorial gets you the absolute lowest price on your next new car
Read this article until the end, and I am going to show you how to get more car for less.
Continue reading My #1 secret to buy a new car at the lowest price in the USA
Ever since the 1970s, governments around the world have been slowly making it harder to drive.
And nowadays, it is becoming increasingly obvious there is a war on the car.
Robert Lego and I discuss the real reason for this – take a listen:
Continue reading War on cars – is globalization making vehicles obsolete?
Once upon a time, Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt said:
Individuals who did not want the Street View cars to snap photos of their homes should “just move.”
Unfortunately, he is probably right.
Because if you believe the culture creation industry’s propaganda, privacy is dead.
But I still have hope.
And I continue to fight for my right to privacy.
One way is to blur my house in Street View on Google Maps.
Here is how to do it in 3 simple steps:
1) Go to www.google.com/maps and locate your home. Find it by typing your address into the search box…
2) Next, click the Street View icon and drag it on top of your home…
3) Adjust the scene to be blurred. Then click on the “Report a problem” link (on the bottom of the webpage). Then request blurring by choosing any one of the options.
It is stunning how many people are falling for this publicity stunt…
Because I would bet my entire life’s savings that the hoverboard ban is really a slick marketing scheme in disguise.
And as a result, sales of hoverboards are skyrocketing this week.
This marketing scheme is as old as the hills
I have taught internet marketing since 1997.
And not much has changed since then…
So let me share with you the real reason behind the recent ban on hoverboard riding.
I call it the “not-for-you” strategy.
People strongly desire things they cannot have.
Tell them something is going to be illegal, and they flock to it like bees to honey.
Take the recent talk about banning hoverboard riding in New York City…
This is nothing more than a joint-venture arrangement between the culture creation industry and the hoverboard industry.
Here is the 3-step marketing formula revealed:
Continue reading Is the hoverboard ban a slick marketing scheme in disguise?
We all know buying a car is stressful and time consuming.
So much is at stake:
Pay too much and you feel ripped off and embarrassed. Plus, we do not want to admit to our friends and family that we got a bad deal.
And buying a car is a huge waste of time – most spend up to 6 hours in a dealer’s showroom.
And we fret, “Is my credit good enough to get me a car at a good rate?”
All this worry and hassle leads to stress and misery.
If you hate the idea of negotiating with a dealer to buy a new car, a car-buying service is often a savvier, money-saving solution for you.
Or even if you are capable of negotiating a good deal, but would rather not deal with the hassles – a trusted car buying service might be for you.
What are the benefits and advantages of buying a car with a broker?
A growing number of car buyers are finding out that a car buying service is faster, easier and less expensive than traditional car buying.
Here are the top benefits and advantages of using a car buying service:
All the sudden, fast food restaurants like McDonalds are offering upscale offerings.
What is the deal?
Is fast food dying a rapid death?
Robert Lego and I discuss this interesting development in this podcast:
Continue reading Is fast food going upscale trending up or an expensive fad?
There are two things holding me back from taking long road trips on my bike:
1) Uncomfortable bike seats…
2) Getting stranded in the middle of nowhere with a breakdown.
Continue reading Never worry about bike break downs on the side of the road