Help Broadmoor Motors #payitlocal and #supportlocalrestaurants

 

2020 has been a challenging year for many around the nation, in our state and in our greater Grand Rapids communities. While some businesses have seen a surge in demand during the stay at home orders and closures, many have struggled to survive without being able to operate in a business as usual fashion including local restaurants. Wanting to help the fantastic restaurants we know and love that surround our car lots, we devised a plan to not only pay it forward but a way for the communities around us to help us show their support for these great cafes, diners and restaurants with our Broadmoor Motors Pay It Local initiative.

 

Here’s how it works!

 

We connected with a variety of restaurants in Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings and Wayland to purchase gift cards for their restaurants and now we’re giving them to YOU for you to use. Simply stop into any of our car lot locations during normal business hours and ask for a Pay It Local gift card. That’s it! Absolutely no purchase necessary or even a test drive to receive one, we just want YOU to use the gift card for takeout now or when dine-in is available again :)

 

When you pick up your gift card at one of our lots, we would love it if you would check in on social media to help spread the word and encourage other businesses who can Pay It Local to do so by adding the hashtags… #PayItLocal #onetakeoutatatime.

 

Next, we invite you to use your gift card to order a takeout meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner to the local restaurant you’ve been given a gift card for. If you are able to spend more than the allotted gift card amount, we know they would appreciate it but if you aren’t able to, feel free to just use the allotted amount! Without exception, gratuity is always appreciated by their hard-working staff who we know have also been deeply affected by the restaurant closures that have kept them shuttered for a third of this year.

 

In addition, we invite you to help us spread the word by sharing our Facebook posts about our Pay It Local movement! Our goal is to flood these businesses who have been stressed and strained with as much love and support from the people and businesses who live, work and worship in the area because there’s power in local folks helping other local folks ♥ And if we can inspire other businesses who are in a position to do the same, we would absolutely love it.

 

Let’s open the floodgates of support to the restaurants we know and love this December. In a year full of so many frustrations and losses, we know together we can help bring some joy into the lives and businesses of those who need us right now. So help us pay it forward by stopping by anytime during our normal business hours at any of our four locations in Caledonia, Wayland, Middleville and Hastings to grab a corresponding gift card for a restaurant in that area to use for a takeout order today or dine in experience when they are once again able to have you eat inside.

 

Lastly, if you or your business would like to join the Pay It Local movement, we invite you to do so! Generosity has no ownership and we would love for other area businesses, who feel moved to do the same, buy gift cards to show support of other local businesses and pay it forward in their communities. If you have any questions on how to get started or how to get involved, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on social media or by email at bmg@m37cars.com.

 


If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings, Middleville and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan.

Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! With our pressure free shopping environment and warranties, Broadmoor Motors can save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road.

 

Becoming a licensed driver is a rite of passage that most teens look forward to with eager anticipation for the independence having a drivers license brings, most parents understandably meet this milestone with some worry and trepidation. While parents look forward to watching their youngster gain the freedom of being able to get themselves to and from work, school and social events, parents also understand the alarming statistics that involve teens, automobile accidents and vehicle fatalities.

 

On average, nine teens were killed a day in 2018 and another 228,000 were injured. In fact, automobile accidents are the second leading cause of death for teens ages 16-19 and youth in this age group are nearly three times as likely as drivers aged 20 or older to be in a fatal crash. Realizing the high risk for this demographic and in an attempt to curb the rising stats, National Teen Driver Safety Week sheds a spotlight at the dangers and added precautions parents and teens can take to avoid being involved in a car accident.

 

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has highlighted the following as six dangerous driving behaviours of teenagers that lead to deaths on the road:

 

Seat Belt Use – Teens are much less likely to wear seat belts than adults and the results of not doing so is alarming. In 2019, 43.1% of U.S. high school students did not always wear a seat belt when riding in a car driven by someone else, and among teen drivers and passengers 16–19 years of age who died in car crashes in 2018, almost half were unrestrained at the time of the crash. Parents can help increase their teens chance of surviving a crash by setting a good example and wearing their seat belt every single time they ride in a vehicle regardless if they are a driver or passenger. Experts also suggest parents spend time talking to their teen about the importance of wearing their seat belt every time they get in a vehicle.

 

Distracted Driving – In a world where nearly ever driver has a smartphone and infotainment systems are common place in dashboards, it’s no wonder that drivers are more distracted than ever. Results from the 2019 national Youth Risk Behavior Survey revealed that, among U.S. high school students who drove, 39.0% texted or e-mailed while driving at least once during the 30 days before the survey. Parents should talk to their teens about the dangers of driving distracted and set a great example by never texting while they are behind the wheel.

 

Driving With Passengers – Studies and statistics show that teens are easily distracted when they have someone else in the vehicle with them. In fact, just one passenger in the vehicle with a teen driver doubles their chance of a fatal accident occurring and increases five fold with two or more passengers riding along with them. While some states automatically limit the number of people new drivers can have in the vehicle with them with graduated license programs, parents can be mindful that just because a teen driver can legally have people in their vehicle doesn’t mean that they should.

 

Speeding – Teens are likelier to speed over their older counterparts which not only increases their risk of being seriously injured in an accident but accounts for 31% of fatal accidents in 2018 for teens. Today, parents can utilize apps to monitor their teens driving remotely and some even offer the ability to see the top speed of every drive and if there were any hard stops or starts.

 

Driving While Impaired – Although teenagers are not legally allowed to consume alcohol, statistics show that 24% of teen automobile fatalities involved teen drivers who had been drinking. Talk to your teen about the serious consequences of underage drinking and driving which even if they are not injured or killed in an accident, can affect future opportunities for colleges, where they work, or if they lose their driver’s licence.

 

Drowsy Driving – With the pressures and time commitments of school, work, sports and a social life, chances are your teen is not getting their allotted eight hours of sleep every night.  Making your teen aware that drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as driving impaired can help to prevent them from deciding to get behind the wheel when they are too sleepy. Let them know that they can give you a call if they feel too tired to drive safely from any event so they feel confident they have options other than driving themselves.

 

 

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings, Middleville and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan.

Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! With our pressure free shopping environment and warranties, Broadmoor Motors can save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road.

The process of buying a vehicle can feel like an arduous one, even when you know what kind of vehicle or even what make and model you’re looking to purchase. But most people don’t realize there are specific questions they can ask to help unlock the best buying potential on their next pre-owned vehicle before they head to a dealership, while they are there and even after they’ve left. Here’s your chance to know what questions to ask before buying a used vehicle!

 

Before you head to the dealership

  • What can I afford? ~ Having a budget in mind that you can afford to spend either in monthly payments or in total cost for the vehicle will help narrow down what your options are and save you from getting your heart set on a vehicle that you can’t afford. Keep in mind that tax, title and registration fees will be in addition to the cost of the purchase price.
  • What kind of vehicle do I need? ~ Before you can begin your search, you’ll need to decide what type of vehicle works best for your needs and your budget. Considering what you’ll be using your vehicle for most (long commutes, towing heavy items, hauling people or family) will help you evaluate if a car, truck, SUV, minivan, commercial vehicle or a work truck fits that best.
  • What safety features or extra options are needed? ~ Decide if there are specific options you are hoping to find in a prospective vehicle or safety options you feel are necessary.
  • Is the car on the lot? ~ Oftentimes, dealerships have more than one location that a vehicle may be at or the vehicle may have already been sold. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to make sure the vehicle you are interested in is actually there on the premises before making the drive.

 

While you are at the dealership

  • Where did the vehicle come from? ~ A vehicle on a dealer’s lot could be a trade in but it could also be from an auction or even out of state. Knowing more about how the dealer acquired it, could possibly lead to learning more about its maintenance or service history.
  • Is there a history report for the vehicle (Carfax, AutoCheck, etc)? Vehicle history reports can’t tell you everything and there might be errors on the report, it is a good starting point to learn more about if the vehicle was ever in an accident and how many owners it has had.
  • Do you offer financing and if so, is there a markup on the interest rate you offer? While Broadmoor Motors does not ever mark up interest rates on loans, it is a common practice at many dealerships and can end up costing you hundreds of dollars unnecessarily. Don’t find out the hard way you could have a lower interest rate by simply asking to see all of the lending terms before signing on the dotted line.
  • Do you take trade-ins? Not all dealerships take trade-ins and some others will offer you a guaranteed amount for your trade-in regardless of its condition but that amount ends up impacting the purchase price of your vehicle.
  • Is there a warranty available? A warranty is a big reason why people often choose a new vehicle over a used vehicle but if you could get a great pre-owned vehicle with a warranty, wouldn’t that be great? At Broadmoor Motors, we think your hard earned dollars deserve a warranty and that’s why our vehicles come backed by one.

 

After you visit the dealership

  • If there is no warranty, can I afford any repairs that come along if needed? ~Unexpected repairs cost you both time and money, a warranty can help alleviate at least the question of who will be paying for the cost of repairs and a dealership that’s willing to stand behind their vehicle with a warranty means that they are committed to fixing any issues that may arise.
  • Can you afford the vehicle, including tax, registration, and insurance? ~ Don’t let the sticker price fool you, there are added costs involved with buying a vehicle regardless if it’s new or used.
  • What do previous customers say about the dealership after they’ve purchased a vehicle from them? ~ You can tell a lot about a business from the reviews of people who have dealt with them in the past. While every business can inevitably get a bad review online, ones that consistently have low ones or people commenting with the same complaints are something to avoid.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck and ask us about our BMG Protection Plan (which is not an aftermarket product). Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out.

Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road!

Having a commercial vehicle that runs properly day in and day out, while having confidence in its ability to keep you on the road and safe is critical for your company’s success.  Whether you’re considering buying your first commercial van, work truck or cargo van, or you’re planning on adding to your already existing commercial fleet, there are many factors to consider in making sure you find a reliable one. Here are some tips for buying a great commercial vehicle.

 

Know What You Need

Unlike many standard vehicles, commercial vehicles have the added task of being one of the tools you utilize for your business. Depending on the type of work you perform in a day, your needs for your commercial vehicle can vary and understanding what that looks like before you begin shopping can help you narrow down your search. Before deciding what vehicle will do that best, it’s important to consider what are absolutes for your commercial vehicle.  Do you do need to transport a lot of people or large, heavy items often?  Will you need to tow things such as animals or a tool trailer?  Will this vehicle need to shelving to organize tools or equipment?  Does your business require refrigeration for catering or large empty cargo space for hauling goods?  Answering these questions before you begin your search can help guide you into what type of work truck, transit van, cargo van or commercial passenger van is best for your company or business.

 

Know Your Budget

If you haven’t crunched the numbers to see what kind of a budget you are working with, now would be the time to evaluate your maximum budget.  Decide if you will be buying the commercial vehicle outright or if your business will plan on financing it.  If financing a vehicle works best for your company, be sure to shop around to find the best finance rates available.  While there are dealerships like Broadmoor Motors who do not markup your interest rate to make a profit, there are many dealerships where it is common practice. Shopping ahead of time can help you find the best available rate and protect you from being blindsided from a higher rate with hidden markups.

 

 

Shop From A Trusted Dealer

Regardless if you’re planning on buying a new or used commercial vehicle, finding a trusted dealership is invaluable.  While each cargo van, work truck and commercial vehicle can vary on their specific options and usages, one thing that should not vary is the confidence you have in the dealership you’ll be buying from that they’ll be able to deliver a safe and reliable vehicle.  The most obvious place to start your shopping is with a dealership you’ve already had a positive experience working with previously.  But if you don’t have a dealership you’ve purchased a great commerical vehicle with prior, it’s important to look at online reviews from prospective dealerships to see what other people’s experiences have been. Knowing what other customers have said can help you weed out the ones with more negative reviews than positive and give you more comfortability shopping from the ones with great reviews.

 

Get A Warranty

Is it even possible to get a warranty on a commercial vehicle? It is at Broadmoor Motors! At Broadmoor Motors we believe your hard-earned money not only deserves a reliable vehicle but one that’s backed by a 30 Day Powertrain Warranty and offer additional extended warranties with none of the filler and unnecessary items that other dealerships offer.  In addition, Broadmoor Motors handles our warranties locally so you don’t have to deal with a third party company.

 

Talk To Your Accountant

Buying a work truck, transit van or commercial vehicle for your business may offer your company tax write-offs that may include the interest on payments or allow for benefits you weren’t aware of previously.  Before buying, leasing or financing a commercial vehicle, we recommend talking to your accountant to find out which works best for your specific needs.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road.

When people discover a vehicle has been titled Theft Recovered, they often have questions on what that means for the vehicle they are considering and most importantly, they wonder… should you buy a theft recovered vehicle? Here, we’ll hit the most commonly asked questions so each individual can feel armed with facts versus rumors they’ve heard to determine for themselves if a theft recovered vehicle is right for them.

 

What is a Theft Recovered Vehicle?

There were an estimated 748,841 motor vehicles stolen in 2018 according to the FBI, which breaks down to an automobile theft occurring once every 42.2 seconds throughout the United States. With all of those vehicles being stolen, it’s estimated that approximately 60% will be recovered. Once a vehicle has been theft recovered, it may be deemed with a Theft Recovered salvage title.

 

Are all stolen vehicles given a salvaged title?

There are a few factors insurance companies use to determine if a theft recovered vehicle will be given a salvage title and the owner of the vehicle to receive a payment for the loss of their vehicle. These can include:

  • Time – Insurance companies have their own length of time that they will allow a vehicle to be searched for before deeming it a “complete loss” and issuing the owner a check and can vary from two weeks to thirty days. Based on the policy of the insurance company regarding the stolen vehicle’s title, the title could stay CLEAN or converted into a salvage title.
  • Damage – If the vehicle sustained more monetary damage to it than the vehicle is worth.
  • Location – Each state has different laws governing if a vehicle will automatically be deemed a salvage title after it has been stolen despite length of time or lack of monetary damage involved. States that issue a theft recovered vehicle a salvage title are Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma and Oregon regardless of recovery time or lack of damage.

 

Are Theft Recovered vehicles bad vehicles to purchase?

While the sound of a salvage titled vehicle brings connotations of a busted and broken vehicle to mind, the truth is a lot of these vehicles have little to no damage and lower miles. In fact, buyers can often get a newer vehicle with more options, lower miles and save thousands in the process when they purchase a theft recovered vehicle. This is due to the perceived reduction in value while there actually is none. In addition, these vehicles depreciate slower than their clean titled counterparts because the initial cost is less for a theft recovered vehicle in comparison to the exact same vehicle that has not been stolen.

 

Can Theft Recovered vehicles be insured or be financed?

A common misconception is that stolen and recovered salvage titled vehicles can not be financed like their clean title counterparts can be but that’s simply not the case. While there may be different loan to value requirements depending on your lender and your credit, it is possible to get both financing AND insurance on theft recovered vehicles.

 

Should I buy a Theft Recovered Vehicle?

While we’ve discussed the many advantages a buyer can receive from purchasing a theft recovered titled vehicle over a clean titled vehicle, there are still two common fears we hear from people… the seller won’t disclose all of the previous damage and they won’t be able to sell it when they decide to purchase another vehicle.

At Broadmoor Motors, we believe honesty is the best policy for selling any vehicle, regardless of the status of its title, and it’s important to us that we share what damage was done to the vehicle prior to repairs and in letting potential customers know that the title is a stolen recovered salvage beginning with the initial listing and when someone makes an inquiry. In addition, we want our customers to feel confident that they will be able to sell their vehicle when the time comes and that’s why we offer our buy back policy. Since we already know the history of the vehicle, and we also have the original pictures of it when it was sold to us, we are not afraid to stand behind it and will take it as a trade-in for another vehicle of your choice or just buy it back from you even if you buy elsewhere.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road.

Michigan drivers have known for a long time that they pay the highest rates in the country for car insurance although they might not have understood exactly why. Recent legislative changes are now making cheaper rates possible for many drivers all over West Michigan but in order to know if you should take advantage of these changes, it’s important to understand how Michigan car insurance will change on July 2, 2020.

 

Why Are Michigan Rates So High?

Rates for Michigan drivers have been the highest in the USA in large part because of the mandatory insurance coverage requirement of Personal Injury Protection with unlimited medical coverage on car accident injuries. While these requirements guaranteed many health and recovery benefits to injured drivers, including lost wages, in-home nursing care and specialized medical treatments, they also came at a high cost to insurance companies. This cost was passed onto all Michigan drivers to account for those expensive losses and the problem becomes compounded when drivers drop insurance coverage because they can’t afford it.

These factors made Michigan insurance rates the most expensive in the nation and have created significant economic impacts across the state with Michiganders paying 4.8% of their income on auto insurance premiums which is double the national average of 2.4% of drivers in other states.

 

What Will Change?

 

New PIP Coverage Options

Michigan legislators and drivers have spent decades debating how to reduce the financial burden on drivers and a solution was finally signed into law last year. In doing so, they created five different PIP (Personal Injury Protection) options for drivers, allowing them to keep unlimited PIP or choose less coverage for greater discounts. The law requires insurance drivers to reduce the cost of only the PIP portion of car insurance by the following amounts until July 1, 2028.

  • Unlimited PIP Coverage (10% reduction) – covers unlimited lifetime car accident injury expenses.
  • $500,000 of PIP Coverage (20% reduction) – covers car accident injury expenses up to $500,000.
  • $250,000 of PIP Coverage (35% reduction) – covers car accident injury expenses up to $250,000.
  • $50,000 of PIP Coverage (45% reduction) – covers car accident injury expenses up to $50,000 & is the lowest option available for Medicaid recipients.
  • Out of PIP Coverage (100% reduction) – drivers can opt out of PIP coverage completely only if they have Medicare or a qualifying health insurance plan that covers car accident injuries.

Insurers with no PIP will lose accommodations for an injured person’s care, recovery or rehabilitation which includes but is not limited to:

  • Attendant care
  • Rehabilitation past the point in which further progress is no longer likely
  • Home modifications (e.g. wheelchair ramps into primary residence)
  • Auto modifications (e.g. automatic lifts to assist with entry and exit of vehicles)
  • Lost wages

 

More Required Liability Coverage

Michigan’s “no-fault” insurance helps reduce the number of lawsuits between drivers because drivers typically turn to their own insurance provider to cover expenses but they can still be sued if they cause an accident that results in another person’s serious injury or death. That’s where liability coverage comes into play and how recent changes affect it.

Before July 1, 2020: Drivers have to buy a minimum of $20,000 of coverage for one person injured or killed in an accident and $40,000 of coverage for accidents with two or more people injured or killed.

After July 1, 2020: Drivers will be offered a default minimum of $250,000 of coverage for one person injured or killed in an accident and $500,000 of coverage for accidents with two or more people injured or killed. Drivers will be allowed to request and receive reduced minimums of $50,000 and $100,000 respectively.

 

Certain Personal Information Banned From Pricing

Each state set its own rules for what information insurance companies can or can’t use when pricing auto insurance. This included what kind of car you drive, annual mileage and dozens of other potential factors such as credit history and what level of education you last completed, and insurers used this personal information to calculate how likely a driver is to file a claim. On July 1, 2020, insurers will no longer be able to use gender, marital status, occupation, education, zip code, credit score or residential status to determine your rate. They will still be allowed to use certain information such as payment history and “territories” as an alternative to zip codes.

 

Limits On Medical Billing

Health care as a whole has become more expensive in the U.S. but medical claims resulting from car crashes are especially prone to price inflation. In fact, one study in Michigan found that while auto insurers sometimes paid more than $3000 for a patient’s MRI, Medicare typically paid $500 for the exact same procedure. That’s in part because Michigan law required insurers to pay whatever is “reasonably necessary” to treat crash victims. Disputes over what’s covered and its cost often end up in court, further driving up the costs of insurance for all Michigan drivers.

But on July 1, 2021, Michigan will institute a new medical fee schedule to cap how much insurers are required to pay for medical services and treatments. The limits would phase in starting at 200%-250% of what Medicare would pay for a medical procedure. The reimbursement rate will drop to 190%-230%, depending on the type of medical facility by 2023.

 

The Good & The Bad

Lawmakers and drivers alike believe these changes can help reduce the burden of what Michigan drivers are forced to pay for their auto insurance but it’s important to fully understand the changes and risks you now face by choosing less coverage. Remember, drivers pay for PIP coverage so their own auto insurer covers their (and their passengers) injury expenses after an accident. Choosing a lower coverage limit can reduce the cost of your insurance but if you are involved in an accident, your medical expenses will be paid only up to the limit you choose. Always consult your insurance agent to see what they recommend would work best for you.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road!

 

 

Buying a car during a global pandemic is not for everyone but for some buyers in West Michigan, it might just be a perfect time. Looking at how the coronavirus has impacted car buying experience and knowing what things to look out for can help you know what to expect when you’re shopping and help you decide if you should buy a car during COVID 19.

 

Changes In Shopping

With the governor now including some vehicle sales as critical infrastructure under “Section 9(i) For purposes of this order, critical infrastructure workers also include: Workers at motor vehicle dealerships who are necessary to facilitate remote and electronic sales or leases, or to deliver motor vehicles to customers, provided that showrooms remain closed to in-person traffic.”, those who are in need of a vehicle in the greater Grand Rapids area are able to buy one again. It will just look a little different than people have experienced in the past when purchasing a car.

Whether purchasing a new or used vehicle, showrooms opened by appointment only on May 21, giving car shoppers the ability to once again kick tires and view vehicles in person. But beginning the process online and contacting dealerships through email, live chat or phone, can help narrow down the prospective vehicles to find the one you are serious about before taking the next step of making an appointment to talk to a salesperson and take a test drive if interested. While much of this process is not necessarily different with much of the beginning steps taking place strictly online, needing to set up an appointment with a salesman before stopping in means buyers need to be much more intentional on what vehicles they are serious about before venturing out to a dealership to see it in person.

 

Better Financing

During “normal” times, the average auto interest rate is typically between 4% and 5% but with the ongoing uncertainty of coronavirus and its impacts on the economy, auto manufacturers and lenders have started offering extremely low interest rates and even offering deferred payments to help people get into a vehicle today. Something to consider is just how much that lower interest rate could save you. Let’s say you get a 7-year, $35,000 loan with a 5% interest rate. Over the course of the seven year loan, you would end up paying approximately an additional $2300 in interest than if you had secured a similar loan with a three percent interest rate. Which, in the end, means you ultimately paid $2300 more on the vehicle than you needed to if your interest rate is higher than it has to be. Tip of the day: shop your interest rate and lender just as thoroughly as you do your vehicle because it could end up greatly impacting the bottom line price of your vehicle.

 

 

Know Your Bottom Line

With more happening behind the scenes virtually and not necessarily in person as car sales have traditionally been in the past, it is even more important than ever for car buyers to understand the bottom line of the deal that they are getting. Does that zero percent interest rate come with strings attached? Will an allowed deferment in payments still accrue interest, making the loan more costly in the end? Or will you sell the vehicle before you’ve paid off the balance of the loan and lost valuable equity you needed to sell it for a profit or to even break even?

 

In the end, whether you end up buying a new or used vehicle, it’s still important to trust the individual and dealership you are buying it from. In a time where so much has moved to online interaction and less face to face, it’s important to research reviews prior customers have left to see what they are saying about their dealings with the dealership in order to gain trust and feel confident you are not going to get taken advantage of and will be securing the best vehicle and deal you can for your hard-earned money.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade-in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland, and Barry County area. With four locations to serve you in Middleville, Wayland, Hastings, and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland, 269.205.2613 in Middleville or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road!

 

Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer to most but to school-age children and their parents, it also indicates it’s time to go back to school. Regardless if you have your own kids returning for another school year or not, as drivers, we should recognize the returning hazards and happenings that correlate with the school year beginning. These can include school bus stops, school zones, added pedestrians and possible cyclists. Here is our back to school driving tips as we encounter kids head back for another year of learning.

 

School Bus Stops

Today’s school buses are designed with safety in mind and are proven to be the safest form of transportation available to kids commuting to school but they are also limited to how much protection they can offer students when kids are boarding or deboarding the school bus. And that’s where driver awareness and mindfulness for kids’ safety comes into play. While some drivers choose to ignore school bus laws entirely and pass them illegally, there are many who might find themselves caught in situations where they are confused about the right way to treat a bus stop and a refresher on school bus stop laws are a good idea. Whether you have been driving for years or a brand new licensed driver, it’s important to know exactly the following rules.

The Michigan State Police website states:

School bus safety tips for drivers:

  • Prepare to stop when a slowing bus has its overhead yellow lights flashing
  • Stop at least 20 feet away for buses when red lights are flashing, unless driving in the opposite direction on a divided highway
  • Slow down in or near school and residential areas
  • Look for clues-such as safety patrols, crossing guards, bicycles, and playgrounds-that indicate children might be in the area
  • Watch for children between parked cars and other objects

School buses are like traffic signals

  • When overhead lights are flashing yellow: Prepare to stop
  • When overhead lights are flashing red: Stop
  • When hazard warning lights are flashing: Proceed with caution

School bus safety tips for students:

  • Always stay in sight of the bus driver
  • Don’t hurry off the bus; check traffic first
  • Don’t go back to the bus after exiting

 

School Zones

School buses out on the roads in the early morning or late afternoon isn’t the only reminder that school is now back in session. Along with them, drivers may also encounter school zones. The Michigan Vehicle Code defines a “School zone” as school property on which a school building is located and the adjacent property. A school zone extends not more than 1,000 feet from the school property line in any direction. They are often indicated by a flashing light on a reduced speed sign on area roadways with the timeframes that they are in effect from and reduces the speed by not more than 20 mph of the regularly posted speed limit. Drivers should be very aware of where school zones are located, reduce their speed and be extremely alert when traveling through them to keep children who may be walking, biking or crossing the roadway.

 

Pedestrians & Cyclists

While a lot of kids ride a school bus or travel to and from school with their parents, there are still many others that may be walking to school or a bus stop and others that might choose to ride their bicycle to school. Young children can spontaneous and make poor decisions on where and when to cross the road but middle and high school age kids can easily become distracted while using their phones. In fact, a recent study showed that 20% of high school students admitted to crossing the street while being distracted by their phones! Despite what age of the kids you may encounter, drivers should always be cautious and expect the unexpected, particularly in residential areas where kids are more likely to be found, while passing pedestrians on the road or sidewalks, and never block crosswalks when stopping at red lights and stop signs.

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland and Barry County area. With three locations to serve you in Wayland, Hastings and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road!

Summertime often brings road trips and travel to people in West Michigan. And whether it’s a short jaunt to the beach, the park or taking a longer distance trip to a vacation destination, many people are opting to take their pooch with them in lieu of leaving them home alone. Before you bring man’s best friend along for the ride, check out these ways to keep your pet safer in the car.

 

It Starts With You

The best way to keep your pet safe while you are driving might come as a surprise but it ultimately begins with you as a driver. We all realize how detrimental distracted driving is to the safety of everyone on the road but frequently, drivers fail to comprehend how distracting some things may be in a vehicle, including their beloved pet. Particularly when they are sitting on your lap while you are driving. Commit to lessening your distractions by never driving with your dog on your lap, regardless of how long you have been doing so in the past. Not only is it a danger to you and your pup, but to others who are sharing the road.

 

Buckle Them Up

There’s a reason why there are seatbelt laws for people… seatbelts work! Pet who are involved in vehicular accidents without being restrained greatly run the risk of suffering serious injuries such as broken bones, internal injuries, severe trauma and even death. They also run the risk of becoming a missile launched towards you in the event of a collision. Even at speeds as low as 25mph, an unrestrained pet can be launched forward at a force equal to 40 times its weight! Additionally, pets can become disoriented and afraid after a collision and run away from the scene of the crash.  Not only does this increase their chance of becoming lost in an unknown area, but it also prevents them from receiving medical attention that might be needed as quickly as they should.

Do your beloved pet and yourself a favor by finding a safe method to restrain them while inside the vehicle every time. There are many ways to keep your pet safely restrained in a moving car, van, truck or SUV.  Be sure to find the one that works best for you and your pet.  A crate that has been safely secured to avoid shifting or sliding is one way to keep your pet safe.  It should be large enough for your pet to sit, stand, turn around or lie down while riding inside.  A similar option for smaller dogs under 20 pounds or cats would be a pet carrier or a pet seat.  These devices can be secured by a seatbelt to keep them safe and an added bonus is they can be used as a carrier when you reach your destination.  Likewise, a harness designed and approved to be used in vehicles, used in tandem with a pet seat belt, can keep them safe.  Just use caution when purchasing them as there are no government standards or testing in place to regulate their safety.

 

Plan Your Feedings

Not every pet loves riding in a vehicle and even those that do may experience motion sickness if they begin the trip with a full belly. It can also lead to unpleasant bathroom accidents on your upholstery. But feeding Fido 3-4 hours before you intend to travel can help lessen the chance of them becoming nauseated and vomiting inside the vehicle or having an accident either out of fear or sheer necessity.

 

Be Prepared

Whether it’s a long trip to another state or short cruise to somewhere local in Grand Rapids, it’s important to be prepared. Be sure to pack a leash if they are traveling in a safety harness or crate inside the vehicle and water if you plan on being gone for any significant time period. For longer trips, it’s important to bring along some staples to keep them happy and safe. These should include a bowl, bottled water, food, a favorite toy to chew or play with on the way and a pillow or blanket to make them feel more secure. Also, it’s important to plan out any stops you’ll need to make along the way and if your pet will be allowed to join you inside any store or restaurant. Play it smart and avoid any risk to your beloved pet by foregoing leaving them unattended, even for short periods of time.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland and Barry County area. With three locations to serve you in Wayland, Hastings and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road!

Summer is synonymous with road trips for many across West Michigan. But just because you plan to get out of town, doesn’t mean you need to spend more doing so than necessary. Before you go, check out these tips and tricks to save money on your next road trip.

 

Plan Ahead

While spontaneity can bring excitement to a trip, it can also make things more expensive than they absolutely need to be but making some decisions beforehand, you can help reduce the overall cost of your trip versus making decisions on the fly. Start by deciding some of these things…

  • Will it be a house, a condo or a boat? If so, utilizing websites like Homeaway, VRBO or Airbnb to find lodging at a privately owned home or rental can help you find a good deal at the destination of your choosing.
  • Will your drive be long enough to make it necessary to have an overnight stop to sleep where you’ll need to stay at an additional hotel? If so, try comparing hotel and motel rates with websites like Kayak, Orbitz or Hotels.com to find a cheaper rate typically over what you can get booking directly through the hotel’s or motel’s website.
  • What attractions will you be taking part in while you’re there? More than likely your trip will involve some type of sightseeing and knowing what you plan to do ahead of time can save you some green. Many cities offer bundle deals to some of their most popular attractions and buying one can typically save you a bulk amount if you plan on hitting up all or some of the locations listed. Try searching for deals before you leave or seeing if buying tickets online and printing them out before you leave home can save you as well. Remember, every $5 or $10 you don’t have to spend adds up! In addition, you can search sites like Groupon, LivingSocial or CoolSavings can help you find hidden savings or events you never thought to try while you were in town!

 

Get Road Ready

Road trips are only fun if you can get there. Avoid the stress of breaking down on some unknown highway or byway by getting your vehicle in shape for the trip ahead before you head out. Check your tires to make sure they offer the recommended tread to keep you safe on the road to ensure they have the recommended air pressure. Not only will it keep you safer on the road, but it will also help improve your fuel efficiency and savings at the pump. In addition, getting an oil change and a tuneup before you leave will lessen the odds of having issues on your vacation. If you decide your vehicle just isn’t roadworthy enough to make a long-distance trip, look into renting a vehicle. While it may seem like an added expense, the truth is it could be the difference between having an expensive tow and repair bill in a strange town or getting there worry-free.

 

Pack Smart

Making frequent stops for snacks and meals while on the road can not only make a long trip feel even longer, they can also tally up fast as unneeded hits to your pocketbook. Packing sandwiches, drinks and healthy snacks into a cooler for your trip can help alleviate both problems and you’ll find it will more than likely be a healthier choice to keep you feeling better as well.

 

Save At The Pump

While many people may download apps like Gas Buddy to save at the pump (which also isn’t a bad idea), you can save on fuel before you even get there by adjusting your driving. Habits like accelerating quickly, braking often and driving too fast reduce your fuel efficiency as well as making your drive more stressful. Driving defensively can not only help you improve your mpg but it can help you avoid an unwanted accident.

 

 

If you find yourself searching for your next used SUV, minivan, truck or car to fit your needs and your budget, we invite you to check out all of our theft recovered inventory or all of our current inventory of Used Trucks, Vans, SUVs and Cars. At Broadmoor Motors, we specialize in finding the right used minivan, truck, SUV or car to fit your personal or business needs, all while giving you the best deal we can on both your purchase and trade in. Our family has been in the car business for over 60 years and continues to be family owned and operated in all of our Caledonia, Hastings and Wayland locations with financing available to those who qualify. We will find you the right vehicle to fit both your budget and your needs in a pressure-free environment.

Check out our reviews online and buy with confidence!! Family Owned & Operated and with Financing Available, we stand behind our Vehicles and our Warranty so you can be assured your used Car, Truck, Van or SUV will be reliable! Broadmoor Motors is your local choice for Car Sales in the greater Hastings, Middleville, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Wayland, Byron Center, Dorr, Hopkins, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, Lake Odesa, Kentwood, Holland, Zeeland, Moline, Cutlerville, Wyoming, Hudsonville, Grandville, Jenison, Hamilton, Ionia and Allegan. Ask about our BMG Protection Plan, this is not an aftermarket product! area. Let Broadmoor Motors save you time and money when buying your next quality, Pre-Owned Car, Family Minivan, All Wheel Drive SUV, Commercial Van or Work Truck. Whether you need to replace your current car, minivan, truck or SUV with a great used vehicle, we can help you out. Broadmoor Motors is here for all your Car Sales, and Auto Service needs in the Byron Center, Kentwood, Caledonia, Middleville, Hastings, greater Grand Rapids, Wayland and Barry County area. With three locations to serve you in Wayland, Hastings and Caledonia, we’re here for all your Sales & Service needs. Give us a call at 616.698.9595 in Caledonia, 269.397.2400 in Wayland or 269.320.6304 in Hastings to see how we can get you back on the road!