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You can compare car insurance prices by the amount of liability coverage provided, cost of the deductibles, whether the policies include uninsured and under-insured motorist coverage, and whether the price includes discounts, according to Allstate. It's best that motorists get quotes from at least t


BatteriesPlus.com and AutoZone.com provide prices for car batteries. Additionally, local auto repair shops can help customers find the correct batteries and provide a list of prices.


Contests and gifts are both ways of obtaining a free car but can come with undesirable downsides. These options each make it possible to get a car without paying money for it. They may include obligations to forfeit time or pay taxes after receiving the car.


The cost of painting a vehicle is dependent on the quality of work and can range from $300 to $20,000 or more. The average cost of a high-quality paint job is $4,795 as of 2015.


As of 2014, an average car wash price depends on the specific car wash service, but some of the most common include a basic automatic car wash for $5 and a full service automatic car wash between $15 and $30. However, this number can increase by $6 to $22 for larger vehicles.


Factors that determine new car prices include features, make, model, additional dealer mark up and dealer-installed options. The price of a new car can also vary according to the invoice price, base price, Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price and the dealer sticker price.


According to Pep Boys, hybrid vehicles are the only exception to car makes and models that will result in an additional charge from the standard oil change. Some vehicle manufacturers will recommend certain oil, which can be more expensive than standard motor oil, such as synthetic or high-mileage m


The average price of a maintenance-free battery — the most common car battery — ranges from $170 to $300, as of 2012, according to CarsDirect. The prices of typical cheap car batteries with sizes of 24, 65 or 75 range from $45 to $90.


Black Book is a dealer-exclusive publication specializing in wholesale valuation of used cars and trucks. Black Book values used vehicles in categories such as "extra clean," "clean," "average" and "rough."


When negotiating the price of a new car, make it clear to the salesperson that you know what the car is worth, have already been on a test drive. Know what accessories you are looking for. The person selling the car needs to know you won't settle.