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Maksim Ustinov
Maksim Ustinov

Inside Car Buying

A Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Dealer Report saves customers many hours of their time and thousands of dollars, in addition to being 70% of the new car buying process. With us telling you exactly what the out of pocket expense, monthly payment, money factor, residual, real fees, bank fee, rebates, other incentives and aftermarket items with cost you stops the dealers dead in their tracks from getting *anything over on you.

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Both Tommy and Andrew were extremely helpful during my car buying process. They were willing to get on the phone or answer all my questions though email. I originally wanted a Mercedes and ordered the report through ICB. When the dealer turned down the offer I contacted Tommy who educated me that you sometimes may have to work with 15 different dealerships to get the deal they suggest. All that is handled if you hire ICB to do it for you.

Inside car buying is a no brainer for anyone searching for their next car. For a small fee, you get to the bottom line price of vehicle, and in the process avoid hours of research and unnecessary trips to the dealership. It is easy, professional, and clear cut. Inside car buying provides a detailed breakdown of all the relevant numbers a buyer needs to strike a deal.

The new rules the FTC proposes include a ban on deceptive advertising in which dealerships market cars as way cheaper than they actually intend to sell them for; a ban on "junk fees for fraudulent add-on products and services that provide no benefit to the consumer"; and a requirement that dealerships disclose upfront all costs and conditions for buying their vehicles.

Notably, analysts also found that, if customers could save money on their auto insurance during the car-buying process, they would use the cost savings to purchase a nicer vehicle or a warranty or other F&I products.

Only 9% of car buyers who took the survey said their dealer offered some form of assistance relating to insurance. Three out of four agreed that their experience would be better if they could purchase insurance from inside the dealership.

The car-buying experience is almost universally despised. In-person negotiations and spending the day hopping from dealership to dealership to test drive cars is an experience that most consumers want to avoid.

Overall in the U.S, vehicle sales are slowing down for reasons such as consumers holding onto their cars for longer and buying less often (an average of 6.5 years today compared to 4.3 years just a decade ago). For car dealers facing these challenges, the focus is to make the digital buying experience work in harmony with the consumer and the dealership.

As for the modern consumer, technology enables on-demand services and purchases, therefore they are beginning to expect no different from auto brands. So how can augmented and virtual reality assist when buying/selling a car in 2020?

Technology such as VR showroom apps give customers a chance to make more informed decisions and to get the information about their possible new cars while staying at home. They give customers an ability to virtually sit inside a car, observe its exterior, get the information about is technical details and select the necessary options.

Catalogs and presentations belong to the past. In the future, your customers will decide between alternatives in a virtual reality where they can actually touch, modify and try your products before buying them. For example, customers can configure the new car according to their own wishes or select the furniture in a style and color they prefer. Without the need of actually displaying all the alternatives.

A foggy windshield is common when there is a temperature difference between the inside and outside of the car. Fog in summer is caused by hot air outside that hits the windshield and is cooled down by the air-conditioning running inside the car. Fog in winter is caused when the cool air outside hits the relatively warm windshield.

Mechanical issues with cabin filters can sometimes also result in a foggy windshield. Many cars designed after 2000 have this cabin filter. It removes dust, pollen, and contaminants to maintain air quality within the cabin. This filter affects the heater and air conditioner inside your car. When there is too much debris inside the cabin filter, it can affect the defroster. As a result, it will lower the air quality and also causes more fogging in the windshield.

While driving in the cold, you want your car to be nice and warm inside. So, increasing the heat inside your car will keep you cosy. It will also help you to avoid fogging because hot air can contain more moisture than cold air. The hot air inside the car will collect moisture, thus keeping it away from the windshield. This will minimise fogging in cold weather.

Another way to quickly remove fog is to bring the car temperature to the same level as the temperature outside. Simply stopping air circulation will let cold, dry air inside your car. The dry air will also absorb moisture, helping to avoid windshield fogging.

If fogging is causing trouble while driving, slightly crack open the windows. Cold, dry air from outside will rush inside and remove the humid air inside the car. When moisture is removed from the inside, it can help reduce fogging.

During summer, you may want your car to be nice and cold. However, this temperature difference can cause more fogging. You can increase the temperature inside your car by turning the dial down on your air conditioner. A better and quicker way is to turn off the air conditioner completely for some time.

When you clean your car, choose a window cleaner with ammonia for your windshield. This cleaner can be used on the inside of the windshield to avoid fogging. Use the cleaner with either horizontal or vertical strokes to clean the dirt and debris. Use it regularly to minimise fogging.

Use the air conditioner inside your car in fresh air mode. This will prevent air recirculation that keeps circulating moist and humid air inside the air. When fresh air is pulled from outside, it will regulate temperature and prevent windshield fogging.

Walking down a wet or snow-filled floor, the dew will stick to your shoes. Wiping your shoes dry with a cloth before entering your car will reduce the moisture inside your car. This simple step can be useful in preventing windshield fogging.

The Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system inside your car is essential to maintain an appropriate interior temperature. If the HVAC system malfunctions, it can cause a major temperature difference resulting in windshield fogging. Regularly inspect your HVAC system by hiring professionals to clean and repair it. If your windshield starts fogging up when you start the defroster, it is time for an HVAC cleaning and repair.

The best dash cams can have anything from one, two or even three cameras. Single camera dash cams record the outside view from your windscreen, dual dash cams add an inside facing camera which is especially useful for ride-share drivers like taxis, while three-camera dash cams are more for professional drivers clocking up the miles, adding an additional viewpoint from the outside of the vehicle, being especially handy for trucks.

If you want to record inside and outside your vehicle at the same time, then a dual dash cam is for you and be advised that the spec can vary a lot between these two cameras. There's plenty more to consider; ease of installation, ease of use, companion apps and bonus features like what3words. You can learn more through our buying tips at the end of this guide.

Aimed at those who spend extended periods behind the wheel, the Nexar Pro is a dual-cam solution that can record video both inside and outside a vehicle. Comprised of two separate camera units connected by a cable, we found the setup to be pretty neat, even if it took up a fair bit of screen real estate.

Crammed inside this tiny package is a top-quality sensor that's capable of capturing crisp 1440p footage and enhancing it in those tricky weather conditions thanks to a HDR (High Dynamic Range) function. In our tests, it looked great and the additional pixels made it possible to punch into footage on the computer to read number plates or spot minor things that could act as important evidence.

The interior and rear cameras capture 170-degrees of action, thanks to a wide field of view, while that interior camera also uses six LEDs to assist with its infrared capabilities. Even in the darkest driving conditions, we found it easy to make out what was going on inside the car.

If you want to keep your car, truck, or SUV clean and looking its best, proper storage is the only way to go. A durable vehicle cover is essential, whether you're keeping your car in a garage, carport, or driveway. They serve as a key barrier against dirt, debris, scratches, rain, sunlight, and snow. But finding the right cover to fit your needs can be tricky. This car cover buying guide will explain all the need-to-know details to shop for a vehicle cover with confidence.

Though most indoor car covers can be used both inside and outside, they cannot withstand extended outdoor storage. Outdoor-kept vehicles will need a specifically designed heavy-duty cover that can take the constant punishment from all weather conditions without deteriorating. One of the most salient features to keep in mind is water resistance. Since the level of resistance tends to fluctuate depending on quality, make sure to be on the lookout for the features of the cover material.

Why choose a breathable or "water-resistant" cover as opposed to a "waterproof" cover? A completely waterproof cover doesn't allow any moisture to pass through the cover. That may sound great, but it also traps moisture inside that can lead to corrosion, mold, and mildew formation. These are perhaps the most powerful silent threats that can ruin your car's paint job. 041b061a72


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