Cars are so expensive and most people I know can’t afford to buy a new one. So our option is to buy one that is used, however those prices can be outrageous too. I am lucky though as I know a way that a used car can be bought cheap and I am going to share this secret with you.
If you buy a car at a Government car auction you will be My Favorite Top 10 Comedy Movies Nissan Versa SV Eau Claire WI 54701 able to save thousands of dollars on a used vehicle. This is a fact and most of the vehicles are reliable, have low mileage and they all have clean titles. As with buying any used car or truck there may be minor repairs that need to be made, but that is to be expected.
Just think about this for a minute. Where do you think that used car dealerships get all of their Nissan Versa SV Eau Claire WI 54701 cars? They either get them from trade ins or at a Government car auction, that’s where. So why should you pay a dealership a commission plus all of the extra money that will be added on so he or she can make a profit? You could buy that same car yourself and save a lot of money. It just does not make sense to me to pay all of that extra money The Last Of The 455 Pontiac Trans Ams Nissan Versa SV Eau Claire WI 54701 for a car I could have bought myself a whole lot cheaper.
I understand that car dealers and salespeople have to make a living too, but with money so tight the way it is, many people have to really watch their spending. By going to a Government car auction yourself you can really save a lot of money and have a bigger selection of vehicles to choose from as well.
So now my secret Nissan Versa SV Eau Claire WI 54701 is out, but that is okay. In these tough times it is good to be able to help others save money whenever they can.
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All aboard: Plan calls for passenger rail between St. Paul and Eau Claire
The bold idea may seem far-fetched given the travails of public transit projects in the Twin Cities. But the West Central Wisconsin Rail Coalition has been working on the idea for nearly two decades.
Eau Claire native talks on run for State Treasurer
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) --An Eau Claire native is back in her hometown as she campaigns for the Wisconsin State Treasurer position. Sarah Godlewski held a community-focused roundtable discussion this afternoon at the K Point Brewery. Godlewski says the ...
Gander Outdoors Prepares for Grand Opening in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Gander Outdoors, formerly known as Gander Mountain, is now open in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. A special grand opening event is planned for Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 6440 Scully Drive, exit 70 off Interstate 94. The 65,000 square foot location is one of the ...
Johnny's Italian Steakhouse eyes expansion in Wisconsin, including Milwaukee
A Des Moines, Iowa-born restaurant company is seeking to grow its footprint in Wisconsin through franchising in markets ... which currently boasts a dozen locations including Middleton and Eau Claire, said Tuesday that it's planning to bring five new ...
Wisconsin neighbors discover they are long-lost sisters
When Dawn Johnson and her partner, Kurt Casperson, bought a house in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, they did so having no idea that their new neighbor was family. Johnson, 50, and Casperson moved in last June, and they quickly met their neighbors — Hillary and ...
WI: Tens of Thousands Come Out for a Roaring Good Time at the Eau Claire Airport
June 17--The smell of fried foods, small children perched on the necks of adults and the roar of jet engines are good indications that it's time again for the Chippewa Valley Air Show. John Frederickson, a father of two, was at Saturday's show at Chippewa ...
Hip Eau Claire, the new Austin?
We arrived right in the thick of it.” But over the past quarter century, Eau Claire, population 68,000, has rebounded and it’s now the second-fastest-growing city in Wisconsin behind Madison. It’s become a regional cultural hub and has developed a ...
Wisconsin woman discovers neighbor is family
But few small-world tales can match the serendipity experienced by Eau Claire residents Hillary Harris and Dawn Johnson, who were next-door neighbors - literally sharing the same driveway in a hometown they both adopted - when they discovered they are long ...