Let's face it, we love our cars. No
matter where we live or what we drive, Americans have always had a
"relationship" with their cars. [Okay, so I had a
love-hate relationship with my Jaguar back in the bad old 1980s,
but that's another story.]
Next to our homes, our next biggest
"investment" is our choice of wheels. The term
"investment" is mis-leading, since with typical
investments, we hope to see the asset's value rise...but with
cars, we expect them to depreciate. And our "return on
our [automotive] investment" can really go into the toilet
fast if we have the misfortune of buying a lemon of a car [maybe I
should tell you about my Jag] or put our trust into the hands of a
It doesn't matter if you're in Dallas or Los
Angeles, Pig's Knuckle (Arkansas) or any/all points
in-between...the advice I'm about to share with you is solid and
applies to everyone that may read this section of the website.
Regardless of the "area of endeavor" we're talking
about, good people are always hard to find.
July 28, 2003
July 9, 2003
Waste of Money Or Worth the Expense?
An Expanded Reality That Can Be Costly If You Don't Know
- What You're Doing
- The Rules Of The Game
- What Your Rights Really Are
May 22, 2003
Spring's Finally Here...Plus:
Here's 7 Tips Guaranteed To Protect
But Is Your Car Ready To Take The Heat?
Your Second Largest Investment
April 2, 2003
Pump Prices Gotcha Down?Plus:
The 5 Things You Can Do Right Now
Mario's Advice...Regular Or Premium:
Is It Worth The Price Difference?
To Increase Your Gas Mileage
Why You'll Think Twice
About GettingPlus: It
Really Does Make Sense To Get
Your Oil Changed At A Quick Lube Joint
Your Car Serviced Regularly By An "Expert"