Previously, in Registering your New Ride – Part I…

(Missed Part I? Click here to catch up)

The tow-truck companies know you by name. You have your mechanic on speed dial. And you’ve sheepishly laughed your way through one-too-many jokes about the rust-trap you call your car. You’ve decided that it’s time to retire the old lady – she’s done you proud service, but she needs to be put out to pasture. After weeks of hunting for The One, you finally find your dream car. Or, at least, a car that doesn’t wreck your wallet. You’ve taken it for a spin, checked out the engine and bodywork, ascertained that it was legally obtained, and can legally be sold, and you’ve completed the negotiation with the seller. Read More.....

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When your car battery is flatter than your enthusiasm on Mondays, there’s more spark left in your feelings for your ex than under the bonnet of your car, and you double the value of your car by filling up, it may be time to find yourself a new ride. Of course, navigating the process of buying and selling a car can be even more daunting than your first stint navigating the streets of Joburg. At night. Sans sat-nav. During one of Eskom’s famed load-sheddings. Well, fortunately we’re not Eskom, which means we can shine some light on the matter. Read More.....

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(Missed the previous instalments? No problem. Click here to catch up on Part I and Part II!)

Previously, in Between Life and Death: We acknowledge that the only things in life that are certain are death and taxes. If you should find yourself at Death’s Door, however, your immediate admittance is not automatically guaranteed. While your Maker and your physician enter into a heated and prolonged debate over possession of your soul, the taxman heads up the long queue of creditors demanding timely payment before you kick the bucket. In addition to possessing authority to pick up the pieces of your life, your loved ones will also need information on what, exactly, needs doing. Read More.....

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