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Sell Your Car - 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Madison, WI

Joseph Coupal - Monday, March 30, 2015

Sell Your 2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4WD V8 4D SUV 4.7L LAREDO in Madison, WI 53716

Seller wanted to by an old Jeep for a project vehicle.

For a safe, secure and fast quote, call CarBuyerUSA.com we are licensed, bonded, insured and we will come to you with guaranteed funds.

Deadliest US States for drivers

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

82 people die in motor vehicle accidents each day on US Roads – 30,000 a year! Most accidents happen within a few miles of the residence, and at the worst possible time. You are in your robe & slippers trying to get your daughter to Social Studies on time, you missed your morning coffee and “wham”! Now you are standing in cold exchanging insurance information with another driver. The good news is you are alive, many others are far less fortunate.

Awareness is the key to motor vehicle safety and this article may help put things in perspective.

The world is becoming a safer place in terms of dying while driving. From 2005 to 2013, traffic deaths in the U.S. dropped from 39,000 down to 30,000. But 82 people a day, on average, are still suffering fatal injuries behind the wheel — and a new report shows where those deaths are most likely to happen.

So, the stars may be bright down in Texas, but the driving isn’t. Three of the top 5 most fatal accidents take place in three Lone Star state counties. According to the website AutoInsuranceCenter.com, the deadliest county in the U.S. for traffic accidents is Kenedy County, Texas. The study said, “Kenedy County, is home to just over 400 residents, according the latest census – but 43 fatal crashes have taken place there over the last 20 years, resulting in a staggering per capita rate.”

Rounding out the Top 5 deadliest counties are: Esmerelda County, Nevada; Hudspeth County, Texas; Clark County, Indiana; and, Oldham County, Texas.

But where is the safest county in the US? It’s a freaking island otherwise known as the playground of the rich and famous: Nantucket County, which is basically the island of Nantucket in Massachusetts. It helps that this bucolic setting has no highways.

Here are the rest of the Top 5 safest counties in the United States: Arlington County, Virginia (probably thanks to non-stop traffic congestion); Broomfield County, Colorado; Bronx County, New York; and Bristol County, Massachusetts. As AutoInsuranceCenter.com notes, “The Bronx, one of New York City’s boroughs, may seem an unlikely inclusion in the top 5, given the city’s ruthless driving reputation. But no matter New Yorkers’ proclivity for fender benders, city driving often precludes deathly speeds.”

Having driven many times in The Bronx, it amazes me it’s the fourth safest county in the country. Apparently the crashes can be spectacular, but there just aren’t enough of them. By the way, wondering what the safest state is? Massachusetts. Apparently, all that congestion around Boston makes it a place where you crash but you don’t die. Interesting.

To find out more about motor vehicle safety when driving at the deadliest states of the US, contact CarBuyerUSA.

Source: Autos.Yahoo.com

Selling a car online?

Joseph Coupal - Monday, March 23, 2015
CarBUYERUSA Blog

Study shows Craigslist extremely dangerous

Recent studies reveal a significant spike in murders linked to Craigslist ads, in fact Georgia and Florida lead the nation. We have cautioned people in our blogs to stay away from Craigslist due to the high percentage of scam activity. Theft and identity theft were primarily the biggest risk a few years ago, but this activity has graduated to capital crimes and it is just not safe to sell a vehicle or high ticket item on Craigslist without compromising personal safety. There are other online venues that require the seller to list a vehicle with a credit card like; AutoTrader.com, Cars.com, CarFax.com, etc. that attract legitimate buyers and sellers. These sites spend millions of dollars policing their sites to weed out potential scammers where Craigslist is like the Wild West and there are no sheriffs!

A major misconception about Craigslist.com is that a seller can get more for their car than from a dealer or online car buyer, like CarBuyerUSA.com. Generally, when you factor in time, risk and the pain associated with listing and selling your car to a private buyer there is no significant lift in price. Risking your life or that of a loved one is most certainly not worth a few hundred dollars anyway!

Source: m.wsbtv.com

 

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Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 13, 2015

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