When you decide you are ready to buy a car from a Portland car dealership and get rid of you vehicle, there are quite a few things you should know before going in. It is extremely common for Portland car dealerships to try all sorts of tricks to get you to pay more than you should for your new car. Here are a few of those tricks and how to get around them:
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Every few years it is required for residents of the state of Oregon to renew their vehicle registration if they have a car but some will not be able to because of a failed Oregon DEQ test. Along with paying a fee for the renewal, your vehicle also will need to pass a DEQ inspection which will measure the amount of emissions dispersed from your vehicle. If you have an older vehicle from 1975 – 1995, your car or truck will be checked for carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon emission. If you have a 1996 or newer car, your vehicle will be checked to ensure the pollution control system is in good condition. Older and newer vehicles will be checked for some and loud noises.
Car accidents are scary. Even minor accidents can shake you up so that you may just not know what to do after it happens. Each year there are millions of car accidents in the United States. In 2010, there were 44,094 accidents in the state of Oregon alone. Hopefully you’ll be one of the lucky ones and you’ll never be in an accident but maybe a few of these tips will help if you are.
As a company, we understand how important it is to be a green business to help preserve the Earth’s resources. That’s why we only use bio-diesel in all of our trucks. This is also why it is best to recycle your vehicle instead of leaving it out to the elements. Continue reading
You might think you will have to pay to have your vehicle hauled off if it gets to the point where it is no longer safe for the road. This is simply not true. If it is time for your vehicle to be recycle, we will pay you for the car and tow it away for you. Here’s how it works: