Asked by David Smith
If you have negative value on a tradein. will gap cover the difference that is applied to another vehicle?
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How do you trade car not paid?
The dealer will pay off the loan but it t will cost you a fortune by a low tradein price and the dealer refinancing the original loan payoff. Don't do it. You can come out much better by finding a buyer yourself and paying off the loan with some of the proceeds. You are in a much better position to make a better deal or get a discount on the next car you want with more cash in your pocket. This can be a big bucks difference depending on the value of your car and the amount you owe.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What are the benefits of using a car bra?
Well let me tell you my personal benefits of owning a car bra. I can definitely deter to unsitely nicks of whatever my be flying down the road as you are driving. Which can help with tradein value of your car if you donot have all this damage to the front end. And the can bra is definitely much more easier to scrape unsitely bugs of than it is to get them off of the paint. I think we've all been there.
Is there anyone that does online car appraisals?
Yes. There are several websites that provide online auto appraisals. Here are a few: http://www.carsdirect.com/tradein/about_tradeins_tab, http://www.kbb.com/, http://www.edmunds.com/tmv/used/index.html, https://sell.autotrader.com/syc/pricing_tool.jsf. Additionally, eHow offers solid advice and warnings for online appraisals, as well as some links to online appraisal sites. http://www.ehow.com/how_2175988_get-car-appraisals-online.html
Asked in Auto Loans and Financing, Repossession, Liens
Can you trade a car in after having it for 3 months?
This question reminds me of something a car dealer I knew used to say to his customers: "I can help you, you just need more cash" Can you trade a vehicle after having it for 3 months? Yes, as long as the lienholder of the old car gets paid off. But there are a whole variety of factors that affect you ability to do so? Do you have equity in the 3 month old car you want to trade? What does your credit look like? Did you pay too much for the original car? Are you willing to pay gap insurance? (Insurance that covers the difference between what you old on the trade in and what they allow you on the tradein) If you are going back to the same dealer and same lender; are they willing to do the deal? Why do you want to trade? Did you get a lemon? There may be other remedies available to you. <a href="http://www.spoke.com/info/p7euCJj/DonMashak" tagged="_blank"> Your Freind, Don - The Cynical Patriot</a>
What is negative voltage?
Negative voltage is voltage that is more negative in polarity than the ground of the circuit. Answer Since 'voltage' is simply another word for 'potential difference', it can be neither negative or positive in the 'charge' sense! These terms can only be applied to 'potential', not to 'potential difference' (voltage). So, the terms 'positive' and 'negative', when applied to voltage, simply indicate sense or direction in which the potential difference is acting. For example, if you decide that a car battery's voltage is acting in the 'positive' sense in the charging circuit, then the alternator's voltage must then be acting in the 'negative' sense -in other words in the opposite direction to the battery.
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How can you get negative voltage?
Your question should read "How do you get a negative potential?", for the reasons explained below. The term, 'voltage', is another word for 'potential difference'. The terms 'positive' and 'negative', when applied to a potential difference or voltage indicates the sense (or direction) in which the potential difference or voltage is acting. For example, if a second voltage is acting in the same direction as another voltage then it is acting in the positive sense; if it is acting in the opposite direction then in is acting in the negative sense'. It's very important to understand that you cannot apply 'positive' and 'negative' is the sense of charge or polarity to potential difference or voltage. You can, however, apply these terms to 'potential'. Potential is relative, and always measured with respect to a given point (often, the earth). So a point can be, for example, +5 V or -5 V with respect to another point (usually earth or ground, but not necessarily). Never confuse 'potential' with 'potential difference' and remember that 'voltage' means potential difference not potential. So, to obtain a negative potential, earth (ground) the positive terminal of the battery or d.c. supply. All potentials measured relative to earth are now negative. To obtain a positive potential, earth the negative terminal of the battery or d.c. supply instead. All potentials measured relative to earth are now positive. If you want to get a negative potential, Earth the positive terminal of the DC power source Connect a resistor in series with the negative terminal of the source At the other end of the resistor you get a negative potential (the value's less than the value of the power supply)
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Asked in Electrical Wiring, Physics
What is the voltage difference between positive and negative voltage?
The sign determines the direction of flow of electrons. This matters for direct current appliances and most things with computer chips in them, since memory storage, logic chips, diodes, LEDs, etc require current from one direction to operate. AC however, varies from positive to negative voltage sixty times per second (in the US- 60 Hz) which allows the power to transmit further distances through powerlines than DC would allow. Additional Answer It's important to understand that 'voltage' is another word for 'potential difference'. You cannot apply the terms 'positive' and 'negative', in the sense of 'polarity' or 'charge' to a potential difference or voltage. You cannot have a 'positive voltage' or a 'negative voltage' in this sense. 'Positive' and 'negative', in the sense of polarity or charge can, however, be applied to potential. For example, you can say that an object has a "potential of +100 V or -100 V" with respect to another object. What you cannot say is that there is a potential difference of +100 V or -100 V between the two objects. The key to understanding this is that 'voltage' is another word for 'potential difference', NOT 'potential'. So you CANNOT have a 'positive or negative voltage' because we cannot have a 'positive or negative potential difference'. We can, though, apply the terms 'positive' or 'negative', in the sense of 'direction' to potential difference (or voltage). For example, we could arbitrarily apply a 'positive' direction to a voltage which acts clockwise around a closed loop, and a 'negative' direction to another voltage which acts counterclockwise around the same loop. So you need to sort out in your mind exactly what you mean by 'positive' and 'negative': charge (or polarity) or direction? And then re-phrase your question.
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