The Joys and Perks of a Vintage Car

If you enjoy driving, you’ll love the physical sensation of controlling your vehicle. But modern-day cars are less satisfying than the old, mechanical ones, in that hands-on way, as many people are finding. Perhaps you’re one of the many who hanker after those clanking, rumbling old models of fifty years ago – those dear, old, eloquent cars with their simple, accessible workings. If so, perhaps it’s time to do something about it. There’s a growing trend for going back to those golden times with a classic or vintage purchase, often as a second car, just for local pottering – so how about one for you? Read more

Steps to Buy a Used Car at Auction

If you are thinking about attending a car auction to get a great deal on a pre-owned vehicle, you should prepare for a unique buying experience. While many people successfully buy used cars in this fashion, you should be aware that there are both hot deals and money-sucking lemons available at auction. If you want to enjoy the best experience and results when buying a used car at auction, you can use the following checklist to guide you along the way. Read more

The Best Selling Vehicles on RideSafely – Auto Auctions

RideSafely has been around for a decade, and all the while we have kept tabs on every single salvage vehicle we sold. We also noticed that there have been some crowd salvage favorites over that time. Here is a list of our top-selling salvage vehicles from the past ten years: Read more

How to Buy Cars Like a Dealer, Directly from the Auction

Many people are into the idea of buying their cars from car dealers and they pay for the markup just to give it back in return of the services done. Basically, dealers are these people who are acting as the middlemen between customers and of the wholesale distributors like RideSafely – Car Auctions. Lots of wholesale distributors are into offering salvage cars for sale, used cars for sale and some of the damaged cars for sale into some of dealer only auctions at prices that are lower than the main selling locations. But there can be this question that you might want to know and this is on how to buy a car like car dealer.
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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