Buying a new car will cost you. But the financial stress that comes with putting money down and making monthly payments is nothing compared to the stress of driving a vehicle that you probably should’ve already sold.
From frequent breakdowns and high repair costs to poor performance and unreliability, scooting around in a subpar ride can be downright terrifying. Find out which scary warning signs mean that it might be time to bite the bullet and sell your car.
Last updated: June 11, 2020
You’re Afraid Its Resale Value Won’t Last
Although it’s great when a car still holds a respectable resale value, it can be scary when the driver finds out that it no longer does. Given enough time, the latter scenario is inevitable for most cars.
Sites like Edmunds and Kelley Blue Book (KBB) offer quick, easy and reliable resale calculators. If you’re worried that you’re holding