The Classic 1965 Pontiac GTO

In the country where muscle cars were born, the Pontiac GTO was the first, and remains the most famous of all. Before 1964, the year that the GTO came onto the market, high performance cars were full sized hardtops and sedans fitted out with the biggest engines on the market. They were slow to get going, but once going, took off like a rocket, in most cases.

The Pontiac GTO changed all that. Back in the day, so called hot rudders knew that if you wanted to go faster, you had to go smaller and that is what General Motors did with the GTO option. The car maker didn’t even promote the car in the beginning, not even putting out a brochure on it until after it was a success. Sales of the Pontiac GTO caught car makers off guard and sent them scrambling to clone the success. Just one …

Common misconceptions about car accident injury lawsuits

You may think that you know everything about what to do in the event of a car accident.  In most cases, what you think you know about car accident claims could be further from the truth. Many drivers would perhaps be shocked to discover how different car accident law is from other regulations.

Many people wonder, “how do I know if should contact a car accident attorney?” You need one when filing a car accident injury lawsuit because of the many myths associated with such claims. Here are four common misconceptions associated with car accident injury claims that you need to know.

1.    You are assured of compensation for your damages

Most people hold the belief that because they have car insurance or because the other motorist was at fault for the mishap, compensation is assured for all injuries and property damage. While those at fault for the …

What You Should Know About Car Shopping

Car shopping can bring dread to your heart. It could remind you of times past where the salesman took advantage of you. Stop the insanity and read this article as the advice here will keep you safe from the sales pitch of even the most advanced car jockey on the lot.

Talk to friends and family about what they have heard. Do they like the car they have? Do they think the one they got isn’t that great? Have they heard of any other vehicles that might be better? This is a great way to get a lay of the land before you begin your car shopping.

Before signing any contract take the time to read every line, including the fine print. If there is anything listed that you do not understand, do not sign until you get an answer that you understand. Unsavory salesmen can use a contract to …