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Archive for October 17th, 2011


Steer Away From “Lemons” A Guide to Buying Cars

A car is considered as a popular investment. Next to a home, buying a car is considered as the most expensive purchase many consumers in the United States make. With some cars sold in the US ranging from $20,000 to $30,000, car buying can be considered as a serious and pricey business. It is for this reason that every consumer should understand how car buying works in order to work the best deal possible. And more importantly, these steps help consumers ‘steer’ away from the lemons.

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The Negative Things When You’re Full Time RVing

When you are RVing full time cross country, you might want to give thought to a few negative things, however, some of these issues are fixed by cash. I will tell you here exactly what those negative things are with regards to residing in an RV full time.

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Texas Lemon Law: In Brief

Every state in the United States has its own version of the ‘Lemon Law’. Though the general intent remains the same, still each state offers a slightly different version of the law in order to cater to the needs of its consumers. The state of Texas is one, and the ‘Lone Star’ state has a compendium of rules and regulations that govern ‘lemons’ and underperforming vehicles. The set of laws and rules used by the state of Texas allows for consumers to get a form of ‘payback’ if they experience repeated repair problems with their newly purchased vehicle. The law also covers the situation where the consumer has purchased and has leased the vehicle from the licensed lease company or dealer in the state. And with the help of the ‘Lemon Law’, consumers can get it repurchased, repaired or replaced.

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