When choosing a car transport carrier, consider the type of carrier that is ideal in terms of budget. Generally, there are two types of carriers, open and closed, and closed carriers are more expensive than open carriers... More »

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Individuals seeking a career as a car transport driver should obtain a CDL driver's license, apply for a Motor Carrier number through the U.S. Department of Transportation and train for the job through a trucking school ... More »

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To transport your car by train as of 2015, book the travel through a train company, and give your car to that company by driving it to the train station or having the train company pick it up with a truck, depending on w... More »

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To buy a used car, set a budget, create a list of vehicles that meet your needs and budget, research prices and customer reviews, and find used cars in your area through online classified ads or local used car superstore... More »

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Tips for buying a used car include sticking to a budget, checking prices and reviews, and checking the vehicle's history report. Each of these can help to save money in the long run. More »

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The interior of an aftermarket car can take on a variety of looks depending on the owner's taste and budget. Car owners can create custom car interiors by replacing the upholstery, adding an aftermarket stereo system or ... More »

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There are many characteristics of a good first car, including how well it fits into the buyer's budget, safety ratings and options, a solid reliability record and type of vehicle, according to CARFAX. Due to safety conce... More »