That may sound like a silly question to most Dallas drivers but if you have a borderline clunker the most accepted answer is if the cost of repair exceeds the value of the vehicle in the “restored” condition then it’s a junk car. In other words if you need to spend $3500 in repairs and the car, with repairs, is only worth $2800 then you probably will be better off …Read More
Oil is big business in Dallas and when the oil industry gets clobbered like it has over the past six years a lot of people in Dallas and elsewhere in Texas get clobbered as well. If you are one of the thousands that have been hit by the downturn then you are probably still waiting for a “recovery” that everyone is talking about.
Is it finally time to sell that junk car that’s taking up space in the garage? If you have a car that’s on its last legs and the cost of repairing it exceeds the value of the car, then it is time to let it become someone else’s problem. If you have a junk car that you want sell you have several options.
The fastest way to turn a car or truck in good condition into a bucket of bolts is to neglect regular maintenance which over time will result in serious, big ticket issues. Sure that $30 oil change may mean no pizza night this week or that $300 tune up means no Starbucks this month. But if you let those maintenance items slide you will ultimately be looking at much bigger …Read More