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Electric Cars Could Be In The Fast Lane For Hawaii

Used cars auctions are among the best place to get a car cheaply. You can bid for it for as low as a hundred dollars at the auction. Not all auctions sell good cars, so you have got to be on the alert.

You may or may not know this, but this report is obtainable through these websites, using the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). There will be a charge ranging from $39.00 to $59.00 per report. Of-course, this small charge will pay off in the long run and could save you hundreds of dollars when negotiating!

Call your local pharmacy and ask if they deliver medicine. If they don’t, ask them if they know anyone who does. My local CVS Pharmacy delivers, but not all of them do. Check around and find one who is reliable. Ask if they deliver other items as well. Some may deliver non-perishables also, like shampoo or over-the-counter medicines. It never hurts to ask. The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

The next thing you will want to do is to put your zip code in. All book values are tracked according to the area you live in. These values will differ from area to area because a car that originated from Florida will have a different value than a car in small town in Minnesota.

Perform a physical inspection of the cars that interest you. Check the body fit, the paint, the engine compartment and the tires to see that each appears to be in good condition. It is highly recommended that you write down the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and have a friend at home check the number with an online service. Several online services will generate a detailed history of the car using the VIN for a nominal cost. The reports will list any problems with the car from accidents and sometimes even include service history.

5) Are you a member of the National Association? A dealer who is not a member of the national association is a member who has not agreed to the association’s strict code of ethics. Do not buy a car from anyone who is not a member!

How many charging stations are enough for Oahu? The Gas Co., predictably, favors hydrogen cars and wants to build 25 hydrogen stations in the next five years. That number is instructive, and, numerically, 25 is a good start. For now, even with 300 Leafs on the way, Green Energy Outlet, the Wheego dealer on Cooke Street, may be the only location with a commercial charging station. There are various plans to build more charging stations early this year, but not all will be for consumer use.

There’s not been a link yet between the popularity of the program and local dealerships’ creativity. However, the #1 video nationally for “Cash for Clunkers” the day after the start of the program was made by a local car dealership. [Disclaimer: NOT my client!]. Not surprising, considering (1) the number of clunkers here and (2) the understanding local firms have of the power of the internet. Kudos to that car dealership for securing the #1 YouTube spot!

There are several manuals or books on the market that can help you to determine the right price to bid on the used car. Four of these books are called the Black Book, the National Automobile Dealers Association(NADA) Guide (bright yellow and blue), the Kelley Blue Book, and the Edmunds Blue Book.

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By | 2019-06-21T15:44:10+00:00 June 5th, 2019|