Fair.com Review Continued: Returning the Car

If you didn’t read what it’s like to be an early customer of Fair.com, please read this before continuing. Fair was the best solution to the we need four cars in the summertime problem. It was not a pain-free process getting the car, we had a hiccough or two while I had the car, but here’s what it’s like to return a used car with the Fair app. Five days before it’s time to return the vehicle, simply notify Fair. Keep in mind that the timeline is yours and yours alone …

Fair.com Review: I Got a Car, I Think, Maybe…

If you are trying to gauge the direction of the retail automotive market Fair.com is worth watching. They’re a lot like Maven, Canvas, and Book except the cars are used, and you work directly with the dealership, not the manufacturer. We opted to use Fair.com because my daughter wanted a convertible and I want her to want to come home for the summer. I also wanted her to be safe and in a relatively new vehicle. I found a fun car on May 9th and put in a request. All …

I Came Home With a New Car and $2,700, $5 was in Quarters

I came home with a 2017 428i and an envelope with approximately $3,000 cash, the final five dollars of which were in quarters. Mr. G looked at me baffled, it’s not an unusual look for him when I share the events of my days. He noted that this didn’t happen to other people and that my life was decidely odd. “Other people need to think outside of the box.” I declared. And I stand by my declaration. I needed a new car as the lease was ending on my Ford. I …

2014 Hyundai Elantra Limited Road Test

You’ve got $25,000 to spend, you want a sedan, you want good solid technology, your kids aren’t short so that back seat has to be a real one and you won’t get in anything that has less than a four star safety rating. So obviously you find yourself in the Hyundai Elantra. It’s an unfussy car. The lines are elegant, a European look if you will. Midsize cars are weird. They’re not big, they’re not small, they’re called midsize for a reason and every so often I sort of visualize them …