A lien is a claim that a lender places on a vehicle for lending money to the vehicle’s owner. This is normal and perfectly legal. For example, when you take out a car loan from the bank to buy a car, the bank will place a lien on the car as security. If you don’t pay back the money you’ve borrowed, the bank can legally repossess the car.... Read More.
If you’re in the market for a used car and respond to a classified ad from a private seller, make sure they’re not a curbsider. Curbsiders are people who pose as private sellers, but are actually running a business selling cars.... Read More.