Car ads are printed on Saturdays because most people go to look for cars on their days off, and Saturday is a day most workers have off.
the newspaper has the most car ads in the Saturday edition. it varys from location to location.
Depends actually if what day most/least car owners decide to advertise. If you are really searching for car classifieds then I suggest that you search it in the.
You may use classified ads to locate used cars. You can used ads from the newspaper, the radio/t.v., and the internet. By doing this you may land into car dealers, private sellers, or businesses that sells cars. The internet by far holds the most information about this and by using it, you can locate the car that fits your taste and your budget-and accessible to you. You may also use this classified ads to compare car values and pricing to determine which car purchase would be best for you. Good luck with it.
Edmunds has a 10 step list of what to do when buying a used car. If you are looking to buy a used car, there are magazines, newspaper ads, and dealership ads that can help you find the car you are looking for. Used car dealerships can also help you find what you are looking for, as well as help you get the best price and interest rate.
Edmunds.com claims that once you get your vehicle up and running, that classified ads are a really good way to go to sell it. It may be a bit pricey, but worth the results you will get. They recommend using an online classified ads, because they are becoming increasingly popular for car collectors, for example, to find classic vehicles and the specific kind of car people want, and you will be able to reach a wider range of people than just your local newspaper classifieds.
There are a few choices to find a buyer for your junk car. If you have a way to haul it yourself then you can take it to a scrapyard and actually make a few extra bucks from the scrapyard. They will remove any parts that could be reused or salvaged and then crush the car. You can also usually find ads in the newspaper for companies who will pick your car up for free, and then they will take the car to the scrapyard. If you do not have a newspaper hand, you can view the classified section of your newspaper online. If the car is still running, try ebaymotors.com or autotrader.com. If there are still good parts, contact a junkyard in your area.