Ray brings 43 years of car dealership experience, and Zach (his son), brings the questions. In each episode Ray and Zach answer your car questions, discuss industry news, and share tips you can use when buying your next vehicle. All with a bit of humor every once in a while.
Car Dealers Are Starting to Crumble
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach are joined by Kimberly Kline. The trio discuss the latest updates on the FTC's proposed rules to reign in shady car dealer practices. Plus we have an update on new car inventory shortages, and more. Be sure to tune in!
Used Car Market Update
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach discuss the latest used car data from Black Book and Cox Automotive. Both companies say used car prices are falling faster than they expected. Has the used car bubble burst? We sure think so. Tune in!
Ford Dealers Are the WORST | Tracking Car Dealer Markups
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach are joined by Tiffany Soucie-Howren, Co-Founder of Markups.org. The trio discuss which vehicles have the worst markups right now, the origin story for markups.org, and more. Tune in!
We're NERVOUS New Car Prices Will NEVER Go Down | Episode 207
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach discuss the latest new car market data. We have hit another scary milestone ... The average new car payment is now $733 per month. Also, we have updates from BlackBook on the used car market. Stay tuned!
Used Car Prices Are Officially RESETTING
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Phil joins Ray to discuss the latest data on the used car market. It appears as if the market is reseting. Plus the latest data on the chip shortage and NHTSA recalls. Be sure to tune in!
New Car Market Update | How Is THIS Possible? | Episode 205
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Kimberly joins Ray and Zach to discuss auto credit availability (it's tightening), and new car prices (they're somehow still rising). Also, Kimberly shares a handful of tips that can help you save money when you buy a car. Tune in!
Fun and informative
I have been listening to YAA for about a month and love it. Every episode is fun and informative. They really have helped me understand the auto market as it is today and how to best navigate my car search. Thanks a bunch!
A bunch of tiny hat communists advocating for total communist and micro regulation of car sales.. typical y*ds sticking trying to stick their big noses into everyones business and them themselves into free cars.
Ray, do you take responsibility for your own actions? I agree that there needs to be serious reform when it comes to the predatory practices of dealerships and the financial services companies which originate leases and loans. These companies pray on those who can least afford to be taken advantage of and are most at risk of default. Dealerships and the F&I companies are cancerous to our society. They offer no benefit to the consumer and deceive the less educated. Fortunately you all are a great source of information and provide real world tactics. With that said, we all need to take personal responsibility for our actions. If you cannot afford the new iPhone, or the larger apartment, or the fancier car, then don’t take on the debt. We blame all these “evil” companies for the unmanageable debt level the average American has assumed today. However, no one put a gun to my head and forced me to assume more debt than I can safely manage in my current financial situation. This is like the housing crisis of 2008. Everyone blamed the banks, the realtors, the appraisers, etc. And yet it was the borrowers who agreed to such a outlandish mortgages. Many were thrilled thinking they were getting the deal of a lifetime. This country as a whole needs to get back to the ethos of being personally responsible. And I must say that you we’re part of the problem for many, many years. You are a person who spent his career in an industry taking advantage of those less fortunate and those less educated. And yet, now you are blaming everyone except those who sign their name on the dotted line of the lease or loan. Your son could no longer justify the expense of owning a car. So now he uses public transportation and other means. Good for him. More people should follow his example. If we stopped over extending ourselves with these insane lease and loans, there would be far fewer cars sold. That in turn would force the manufacturers to reduce prices. Unfortunately, my son totaled my car last November. I refuse to pay the outlandish and exorbitant market adjustments charged by the dealers. I have made do so far and plan to do the same for the next 12 or 18 months until hopefully prices become sane again. It’s not fun but it’s the responsible thing to do. You may not believe this given the tone of this note but I have greatly enjoyed and learned a lot from the show. However these last few episodes have been disappointing because they seem to want to blame everybody else for high personal debt except for those who agreed to take it on. I do hope the show will revert to it’s earlier type of content because I think that most of us truly need the education that you are providing. Best regards