Five Tips for Buying Salvage Motorcycles on Online Auctions

Looking for a used or salvage motorcycle online is a great way to save money. All kinds of motorbikes are available. If you hunt long enough, you are certain to find the bike you have been looking for at a great price. There are some key factors to look out for, especially if you are buying a salvage motorcycle. Here are five tips for having a pleasant buying experience online: Read more

Salvage Car Auctions – Earn As You Learn

First, let us tell you what we do with salvage car auction. Don’t worry, no long biographies, dates and impossible to spell names. We will just share with you our purpose. You know how there are salvage car auctions? Back in the days they were only open to car dealers. Today they are open to public, but auctions still generally prefer to work with professional dealers because they have a license and a great deal of knowledge. Read more

Are Salvage Title Trucks Worth It? Buying at Auction?

Salvage titles can seem like a gamble. On the one hand, you could end up with an excellent running vehicle for significantly cheaper than most other options. On the other hand, you could end up biting off more than you can chew in terms of repairs. Read more

4 Reasons to Buy a Salvage Car from RideSafely – Auto Auctions

Have you ever considered buying a salvage car? Many people searching the market for an affordable car aren’t aware of all the available options. One of the lesser-known options is to purchase a salvage car: a car that has a salvage title. Read more

How Ford Won the Middle Class, and why Volkswagen Didn’t


In 1908, if the automobile were a citizen it would have been old enough to vote, but almost no workingman in America or anywhere in the world owned such a contraption. Trolley cars and buggies carried most people to the more well-paying jobs in the cities, while people in places like Chicago’s Packingtown or Pittsburgh’s Homestead led short, brutish lives struggling against the elements on foot. If you were a typical workingman, you made approximately 400 dollars a year, which is only $8,000-$10,000 in today’s dollars, a condition of extreme poverty. Read more