When a car you drive daily starts costing too much in fuel or shows signs of engine trouble, it's easy to park it in the yard and forget about it for a little while. When you're finally ready to liquidate it, it's even easier for the title to go missing and leave you without hard proof of ownership. Most scrap yards and junk car buyers are happy to work around this limitation, but it's not your only option either. [Read More]
Is It Wise to Buy a Semi-Truck with an Overhauled Engine?
The life of a class-8 semi truck is often a long-lived one; most trucks rack up 100,000 miles per year, and it's not uncommon to see trucks with over a million miles on the odometer. But those countless miles spent on the open road can take a toll on a truck's engine, even if it's built to be far more robust than the engines typically found in ordinary passenger vehicles. [Read More]