Blog Articles

blog /bläg/

noun
1. a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.

That’s a good definition but the We Drive blog is a lot more than that. It’s your free guide to everything you want to know, or should know, about all things automotive: advice on cars, help on financing, thoughts on car-buying, and the truth about dealerships and pricing. We Drive is your car-buying solution and these blog articles are a great source of honest information. And if you want to chat more about any automotive or financing topic, we’re just a phone call away. So read away… and then give us a call!



15 JAN

Don’t Rent Your Vehicle to Others

by Ken Frank
Finance Supvisor
We Drive

I’ve been reading about companies that will allow you to rent your car out to others. Think of it as an Airbnb for your car. Like everything new, it sounds like a great idea. The companies in this business promise easy money for people. The only catch is that you’re trusting your vehicle to complete… Read Full Article

01 JAN

Defensive Driving Tips

by Jodi Lyon
Finance Advisor
We Drive

I was born and raised in South Florida and over the last 50 years driving has changed and the roads are more congested than ever. South Florida is very diverse with all kinds of drivers – slow, fast, sloppy, and distracted! Here are a few things to help you stay a little safer: 1. Focus… Read Full Article

15 DEC

How Aging Tires Can Cause Unexpected Blowouts

by Tujuana Lee
Finance Advisor
We Drive

One day scrolling through Facebook, I came across an individual’s post on the passing of a family member due to aging tires. I began to do some research on how aging tires can cause unexpected blowouts. Did you know that an old tire that has never been used can look exactly like a brand new… Read Full Article

01 DEC

Safe Road Trips for the Single Woman

by Helen Wheels
Administrative Coordinator
We Drive

As a single woman, any time I need or want to take a road trip out of town alone, I never fail to have some anxiety about it. “What if my car breaks down? Do I feel safe to travel alone?” Even though everyone is vulnerable, it still will always be different for a woman.… Read Full Article

15 NOV

Red Flag: My Dealer Won’t Accept My Credit Union Draft

by Ken Frank
Finance Supervisor
We Drive

Over the years I’ve had members attempt to purchase vehicles at dealers that would not accept the draft they received from their credit union. If this happens to you, remember that something may not be quite right about the dealership or the vehicle you want to buy. Sometimes dealers won’t accept a draft because of… Read Full Article

01 NOV

Credit Union Auto Loans Are A Better Deal

by Lloyd Gill
President/CEO
We Florida Financial

Did you ever wonder why car dealers want to have you finance at their dealership? It’s customary in the industry for lenders to pay dealers a fee for these loans, and in some cases dealers are allowed to mark up the rate (APR) and keep the difference. It’s perfectly legal but I bet you didn’t… Read Full Article

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