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Posted on January 11, 2019

In California, car owners spend an average of $390 on repairs annually. If you own a car in Los Angeles, you know that’s a hefty amount for automotive fixes. Repairs are inevitable, especially for rides that have been owned for a couple of years, but they need not be costly. Often, repairs are made more expensive by mechanics who mark up services. You can save a fortune on necessary repair services by keeping these tips in mind:
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Back in the day, a 48-month auto loan was considered a long-term loan. Compared to today’s long-term loans, 48 months don’t seem that long. These days, most car buyers prefer to extend their repayment period to 72 or 96 months.If you are planning to finance your next auto purchase, you should think twice about jumping on the extended auto loan bandwagon. Long-term loans may seem like a good idea initially, but there are reasons experts advise against them.
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It is interesting to note that while Los Angeles has one of the best public transportation networks in the United States, many of the city’s residents prefer to commute by car rather than use subways, light-rail, buses and shuttles. If you wish to get around Los Angeles in your own ride and you are a member of a credit union, there may be no need to look further for your source of financing.Why should you get a credit union car loan? Here are a few good reasons:
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Posted on January 8, 2019

California is the second most expensive state to own a car. This means that if you live in Los Angeles, you should expect to shell out more money to keep your ride. Repairs cost an average of $390 a year, while taxes and fees amount to $1,809 annually. As for the yearly average for gas and insurance, these are $980 and $786 respectively.Fortunately, you can lower your car-related costs. Here are some of the ways you can save money:
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Posted on January 7, 2019

Buying a car in Los Angeles will be much easier if only car dealers reveal their secrets to their customers. Of course, they wouldn’t—they need to keep making money and stay in business. Fortunately for you, you can discover five things that car dealers keep secret that you would know anyway because they are written below.
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