Title Transfer in New Jersey: Gifted or Inherited
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) has certain considerations when gifting or inheriting a vehicle. There are financial benefits to consider, including sales tax exemptions. Gifting a Vehicle If the vehicle is a gift, the sales price must be noted as “GIFT”. If the information appears to be changed or altered, additional documentation may be […]Read more
How to Tell if You Have Bad Spark Plugs
Spark plugs play a crucial role in an internal combustion engine’s ability to start and run. Spark, fuel, and compression. With those three elements an engine will run and are commonly three things that mechanics or technicians will look for if a car is not running. Is it bad to drive around with a dead […]Read more
Used Car Trim Level, Options, and Equipment Packages
There are a few factors that determine what features a car is equipped with. Many of us think about the trim level, but what about other parts of the equation? What’s the best way to determine exactly what features a used car has? Decode Your VIN Trim Level: Where it All Begins The trim level […]Read more
How to Make Money During COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Can I sell my car in NJ during coronavirus? The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live. While many businesses and agencies are closed, the good news is that you can still sell your car! By working with a car buying service, you get the best value for your car and avoid spending unnecessary […]Read more
What Does A Loud Knocking or Clanking Sound Coming From Your Engine Mean and How Can You Fix It?
What Can You Do If You Hear A Rod Knock Sound Coming From Your Engine? Noises coming from the engine are always troubling, but as you’re driving along it can be tempting to overlook those strange sounds if otherwise, the car seems to run alright. Unfortunately, these kinds of noises are more often than […]Read more
What Is An Engine Control Module (ECM) and How Much Do They Cost to Replace
What Is An Engine Control Module (ECM) and How Much Do They Cost To Replace? One of the most expensive repairs you could have to make on your car is to the ECM. Problems with the ECM, or engine control module, can be especially frustrating because it is a specialized electronic component. That means that […]Read more
What Is The Cost Of An Airbag Replacement?
What Is The Cost Of An Airbag Replacement? If your airbags have deployed, then something has already gone wrong. Likely, you’ve been in some sort of accident. Once the shock has worn off and your health and well-being have been secured, you have to think about making repairs to your car. While the […]Read more
What Is A Rear Differential And How Much Does It Cost To Replace It?Read more
How Much Does An Engine Rebuild Cost?Read more
How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Catalytic Converter?Read more
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What Are The Rules About Driving Without A License Plate in New Jersey?
What Are The Rules About Driving Without A License Plate in New Jersey? Whether you are purchasing a new or a used vehicle in New Jersey you’ll need to make sure your vehicle is properly insured and registered before you can drive it off the lot. There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the rules and […]Read more
How To Break Your Car Lease And Make Money When Selling Your Car
How You Can Save Money By Breaking Your Car Lease When Selling Your Vehicle. Life is known for taking unexpected turns. Whether you’ve gotten a new job, moved to a new city, or started a family, your everyday needs can change, and you should never have to feel stuck with a vehicle that no longer […]Read more
What Steps Do I Need To Take After Selling My Car?
What Steps Do I Need To Take After Selling My Car? Selling a car is complicated and stressful. To sell it, you’ll need to determine its worth, gather up its paperwork, clean it, take pictures of it and post them in an online ad, and negotiate with potential buyers and schedule appointments. Once you’ve sold […]Read more
What Is A Manufacturer Buyback?
WHAT IS A MANUFACTURER BUYBACK? A manufacturer buyback is a vehicle that was sold back to its manufacturer from its former owner. Vehicles are commonly repurchased by their manufacturers for being defective, meaning they’ve had mechanical problems that standard mechanics are unable to fix in a timely manner. However, a defective vehicle isn’t always the […]Read more
The Dangers of Craigslist: What You Can Do To Keep Safe When Selling Your Car Online
The Dangers of Craigslist: What You Can Do To Keep Safe When Selling Your Car Online There are many horror stories floating around the internet when it comes to selling stuff on Craigslist. From counterfeit money, theft, and murder, dealing with strangers can be risky; therefore, you want to minimize any potential for getting conned […]Read more
What Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars and Why You Should Avoid Them
What Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars and Why You Should Avoid Them Cautious car buyers often choose certified pre-owned vehicles to ease their worries about purchasing a used car with an unknown history. These “cherry-picked” vehicles are newer models with low mileage that are held to high standards. Dealerships or manufacturers will put the cars through […]Read more
How To Properly Sign Over or Transfer Your New Jersey Automobile Title
How To Properly Sign Over or Transfer Your New Jersey Automobile Title You’d think the process would be simple – just a signature and you’re on your way – but not properly signing over your title can mean extra trips to the DMV and make selling your car more complicated than it should be. The […]Read more
Is There A “Best Time” To Sell Your Car?
Is There A “Best Time” To Sell Your Car? A question we get asked again and again by customers looking to sell their car is “When is the perfect time to sell my vehicle?”. With prices constantly fluctuating in the used car market and even Morgan Stanley predicting a 20% plunge in used car prices […]Read more
Quick Tips To Keep Your Car Cool This Summer
Quick Tips To Keep Your Car Cool This Summer Looking for a quick refuge from the heat in the summer can be tough especially if your car is just as hot as it is outside. If you have to head out to your car in search of a break from the stifling heat, there are […]Read more
3-5 Reasons Why Your Car’s AC Broke And How You Can Fix It
3-5 Reasons Why Your Car’s AC Broke And How You Can Fix It The dog days of summer can linger on to be unbearable and uncomfortable when your car’s AC decides to go on the fritz. Before you are ready to throw in the towel and take the car to an automobile professional, there are […]Read more
What Kind Of Paperwork Do You Need To Sell Your Vehicle?
What Kind Of Paperwork Do You Need To Sell Your Vehicle? When you are ready or in the market to trade in your vehicle for a new set of wheels, you want to make sure you have all the necessary paperwork in order to ensure a smooth transaction. Having the necessary paperwork will free the […]Read more
Common Scams To Look Out For When Buying A Used Car
Common Scams To Look Out For When Buying A Used Car The thrill of buying a used car can quickly turn sour when you encounter or experience a scam that affects you securing the best deal on a great used car. If you are in the thick of a used car buying process, you should […]Read more
When Is It Time To Replace The Tires On A Used Vehicle
When Is It Time To Replace The Tires On A Used Vehicle? You have found the perfect used car and ready to make an offer but a quick inspection of the car reveals a tasty detail that could sour your plans. Otherwise looking a tad bit worn, the tires seem to be in pretty decent […]Read more
Top 5 Safest Vehicles of 2017
The Top Five Safest Cars of 2017 The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is responsible for rating the safety on vehicles manufactured or sold in the United States. Recently, the IIHS added another layer of criteria to rate the level of safety is on vehicles. The new criteria is based on rating the headlights […]Read more
How Can You Maintain The Soft Top Of Your Coupe or Corvette?
How Can You Maintain The Soft Top Of Your Coupe or Corvette? Imagine heading down the open road with the wind blowing and the sun shinning on you in your sweet coupe or convertible. Stress and worries begin to quickly melt away as you soak in the views. To keep your stress level down and […]Read more
Top 5 Least Reliable Vehicles Of 2017
Top 5 Least Reliable Vehicles Of 2017 When it comes to purchasing a car, you want to make sure you are making a good decision before you sign on the dotted line? Not only do you factor in the cost of the vehicle but you want to have the satisfaction or the peace of mind […]Read more
How to Remove the Odor of Cigarettes in a Car Before You Sell It
How to Remove the Odor of Cigarettes in a Car Before You Sell It You are ready to upgrade your ride but your car smells like the inside of a bar. You know that the nasty smell could turn off potential buyers from enjoying the pleasure of owning this beauty. The panic and thought of […]Read more
How to Locate the VIN# of Your Vehicle And What Can Use It For?
How to Locate the VIN# of Your Vehicle And What Can Use It For? With millions of vehicles that hit the road each day, it could be very difficult to try to identify a certain type of automobile if you were just looking at as it whizzes past you on the freeway. The only way […]Read more
The Service Engine Soon Light - What it is, What it Means and What to Do When it Comes On
The Service Engine Soon Light – What it is, What it Means and What to Do When it Comes On Modern cars are filled with dials, gauges and warning lights, all designed to alert drivers when something is not functioning the way that it should. One of the most important warning lights in any car […]Read more
3 Tips to Make Sure Your Car is Ready for Your Road Trip
3 Tips to Make Sure Your Car is Ready for Your Road Trip The spring is a perfect time to prepare for those long car trips to visit loved ones and friends and family across the country. While you’re likely to pack plenty of items to make the long road ahead more bearable for you and […]Read more
How to Maintain Your Car's Value
How to Maintain Your Car’s Value Most people are only concerned with their used car value when it is time to trade it in or sell it. However, taking simple steps to care for your car on a regular basis will get you the maximum amount of money when it is time for a new vehicle. […]Read more
NY Taxi Drivers Want to Ban Uber Self-Driving Cars
NY TAXI DRIVERS WANT TO BAN SELF-DRIVING CARS Taxi and limo drivers in upstate New York want their state to ban self-driving cars until 2067. In New York, the Upstate Transportation Association is pushing back against self-driving vehicles. The group fears that ridesharing companies (Uber and Lyft) will eventually transition to fully self-driving vehicles, and eliminate […]Read more
Make New Year's Resolutions for Your Car
Making New Year’s Resolutions is as much a holiday tradition as Santa Claus or getting soused on New Year’s Eve. The most common resolutions are predictable – lose weight, pay off debt, or get a better job. How do your car plans figure into your resolutions though? Here are five ways you can make good […]Read more
Are Holiday Car Sales Worth It?
Are Holiday Car Sales Really Worth it? Holiday car sales get a lot of hype. If you open up any newspaper or turn on the television, the advertisements are everywhere. The holidays are expensive enough though, so before you head out to the car lot, seriously consider whether the savings are worth the overall cost […]Read more
How to Take Advantage of Holiday Car Deals
The Best Holiday to Buy a Car If you’re looking to save the maximum amount of money on a new or used car, the best time to buy is the week between Christmas and New Year. Car dealers are looking to move leftover models, and to meet their end-of-year sales goals. The best end of […]Read more
Look Out for These 5 Common Winter Car Problems
5 Common Winter Car Problems to Look Out For In Winter Shoveling a car out from a mountain of snow is a headache, but winter car problems can pose more serious threats to your vehicle. Cold temperatures affect your car just as much as they affect you. And while you can crank up the thermostat in […]Read more
Tips for Storing Your Used Car or Truck for the Winter
Tips for Storing Your Used Car or Truck for the Winter Proper winter car storage is vital for maintaining the value of a vehicle. Effective car storage during winter prevents critter infestations, mold, ruined tires, and even engine damage. There are many reasons you might put your car away for the winter, including preventing weather […]Read more
Why Spring 2016 is the Best Time to Buy a Used Vehicle
Why Spring 2016 Is The Best Time to Buy a Used Car 2016 is the best year yet for the biggest and most impressive automotive technology trends. Cars are going to start talking to each other and their environment through built-in SIM cards, Apple and Google will invade your vehicle with car-friendly and gesture-recognizing apps, […]Read more
The Worlds Worst Automotive Dealers of 2016
A List of 2016’s Worst Cars and Dealerships Just like in any other global business, the world of car manufacturing and sales comes with brands that show varying degrees of quality of services. To help you navigate these disparities and avoid common car buying pitfalls, autoguide.com and J.D Power compiled a customer satisfaction list of […]Read more
A Look at the 2016 Tesla Model S
A Look at the 2016 Tesla Model S Called a “gamer changer”, by Kelley Blue Book, the 2016 Tesla Model S has an overall 8.8 Expert Rating. Ranging from $70,000-$130,000 the Tesla Model S is an electric, sleek, aerodynamic sedan (although it’s technically a hatchback) that is incredibly popular with drivers. The Model S sits […]Read more
The Most Anticipated Cars of 2016
The Most Anticipated Cars of 2016 2016 promises to be an exciting year for new car availability across the price and style spectrum. Practical Motoring reports that we can expect the focus to be on in-car connectivity technology and additional safety features. JD Power, a well-known research firm that pairs customer satisfaction with successful brand […]Read more
Guides to New Jersey Roads, Traffic, and Construction Projects
Guide to New Jersey Roads, Traffic, and Construction Projects Of course New Jersey it has its fair share of traffic jams and roadway challenges. Some of the oldest highways ever built in this country were along the East Coast, and with New Jersey’s fickle weather and high population, it’s natural that some roadways have become outdated […]Read more
Selling Your Car to a Dealer
Selling Your Car to a Dealer Not surprisingly, the two pieces of feedback Kelley Blue Book gets the most are: Help me sell my car quickly Help me get the most money Selling your used car is a big decision, and one of the most important parts of that decision-making process is choosing whether to […]Read more
Is Trade-In Price Discrimination an Issue When Selling Your Used Car?
Is Trade-In Price Discrimination an Issue When Selling Your Used Car? “The best advice about trading in your car is to avoid it.” – Los Angeles Times The idea of trading in your used vehicle sounds appealing – sell something old and put that money toward something new. But what those big car dealerships don’t […]Read more
What to Watch Out For When Selling Your Car to a Dealership
What to Watch Out For When Selling Your Used Car to a Dealership There’s plenty of options these days when selling your used vehicle and making sure you’re getting best deal with the least amount of hassle should be a top priority. Going straight to the dealer where you bought the original vehicle isn’t always […]Read more
The Dangers of Selling a Used Car on Craigslist
The Dangers of Selling a Used Car on Craigslist Selling a used car online is tempting – it seems like free advertising that can be done from the comfort of your own home with minimal work involved. But in reality, using online forums such as Craigslist is rife with risk and provides zero protection for […]Read more
Selling Your Used Car After An Accident
Selling Your Used Car After An Accident The dismal truth is that car accidents happen a lot in the United States. Car accidents across the country cost the U.S. $230.6 billion per year – an average of $820 per person! Another unhappy fact is that New Jersey drivers don’t have the best reputation. A 2012 […]Read more
Do Cars That Are Unable to Run or Start Still Hold Value?
Do Cars That Are Unable to Run or Start Still Hold Value? Yes! In fact, We Buy All Cars in New Jersey does just that – buys any car in any condition, including vehicles that are no longer running or driving. Cars are designed to hold value even at the very end of their lifespan […]Read more
Calculating the Value of a Used Vehicle
How is the Valuation of a Used Car Figured Out? We Buy All Cars in New Jersey prides itself on being extremely transparent and informative when evaluating a customer’s car. We are very thorough throughout the process and encourage customer to ask any questions they may have. If you like to get an idea of […]Read more
Dropping or Transferring Your Car Insurance Policy in New Jersey
Dropping or Transferring Your Car Insurance Policy in New Jersey Regardless of whether you’re buying or selling a car, it’s good to have an idea of what New Jersey expects from their drivers in terms of auto insurance. There are two main types: Standard and Basic. The Standard Auto Insurance Policy provides a number of […]Read more
Which Used Cars Hold the Most Value?
Which Used Cars Hold the Most Value? The first two questions that pop into someone’s head when they’re considering selling their used car are “how much has my car depreciated?” and “how much money can I sell it for?”. The plain fact is that cars are not meant to be investments and usually don’t yield […]Read more
How to Sell Your Used Vehicle with Existing Financing in New Jersey
How to Sell Your Used Vehicle with Existing Financing Most drivers today choose to finance vehicles instead of buying outright in cash. It is very common for people to want to sell before the car loan is totally paid off. At We Buy All Cars in NJ, we do all the work for you to […]Read more
How To Transfer a Car Title in New Jersey
How To Transfer a Car Title in New Jersey In New Jersey, whenever someone buys or sells a car, they must transfer the certificate of title to the new owner. The car title, sometimes known as “pink slip”, is issued by the Secretary of State from your local New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC). It […]Read more
A Complete Guide to New Jersey Car Titles
A Complete Guide to New Jersey Car Titles The car title proves that you’re the legal owner of your vehicle. If you bought your car in New Jersey, the title should have been given to you during the sales process. It looks like this: And contains this identifying information about your car: Vehicle Identification Number […]Read more