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Driven Mothers Don't Waste Time!

Drive Happy!

Drive Happy!

Are you a driven mother that's always pressed for time?

As auto manufacturers begin to identify the demographics of their consumer targets, mothers are increasingly asked what’s most important to them when purchasing a vehicle. Is it selection, price, vehicle safety? Most likely. But to many, it’s about how they are treated by sales professionals.

Women (and mothers) too often in particular have felt overlooked or pressured as potential buyers by dealerships’ past marketing and selling techniques. Oftentimes the final decision on selecting the new family vehicle will rest with mothers, and they want to have their voices heard, and find a simpler way to buy or lease a car.

Car Leasing Concierge knows our clients lead busy lives that require helpful solutions for their lifestyles. As hard-working moms, we realize you'd rather spend more quality time with your children than at an auto dealership!

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Car Leasing Concierge helps you bypass the dealer, saving you valuable Time, Money and unnecessary stress. We help you feel secure throughout the purchasing or leasing process with our personalized service. Your family's needs are always our expert staff's top priority, and as an added convenience, we'll even deliver your vehicle to your door!

Car Leasing Concierge is the best way to buy or lease any new car without having to go to car dealers! Visit us at carleasingconcierge.com/car-price-check for more details, or call 1-800-886-1950.

At Car Leasing Concierge, we're not here to sell you a car; we're here to help you purchase one.

To learn more on how we can assist you and your family, visit carleasingconcierge.com/car-price-check or call 1-800-886-1950.

Buy or Lease a new car online, and have it delivered just like a pizza!

Buy or Lease a new car online, and have it delivered just like a pizza! 

If it were possible and practical, most people would never set foot in a car dealership when purchasing a vehicle.

A national auto pollster recently surveyed 10,000 people in the U.S. about buying or leasing new cars, and the results show most consumers aren’t exactly fans of the standard car dealership experience. In fact, three quarters said if given the opportunity, they would consider making their entire car-buying process online-- including financing, price negotiation, back office paperwork and home delivery.

For many, purchasing a car at a dealership is too much of a confusing high-pressure process. It’s easy to see how it’s preferable to haggle over prices and options and review the fine print at one’s leisure in front of a screen rather than surrounded by salespeople and their “let me talk to the manager” games. After all, a classic negotiation tactic is walking away from the deal on the table, and walking away from an online offer is as simple as ignoring an email.

For another indication of the degree to which consumers don’t like the traditional car-buying experience, check out a recent survey conducted by another national auto ranking pollster. Of 4,002 consumers polled, only 17 said they like the current car buying process just as it is. The rest said they “want significant changes, particularly in the test drive, deal structuring, financing paperwork and service phases.” Many said they’d like to see the nitty-gritty of deals conducted online rather than in person.

For instance, consumers indicate that they would like to see a big change in the way they go about negotiating the deal structure. Of those who liked the idea of online deal building, over half, 65%, want the ability to start the negotiation on their own terms—preferably online—and 35% would like to remain anonymous until they lock in the deal structure.

 

Nearly three fourths of consumers, 72%, want to complete the credit application and financing paperwork online. The key factors driving this desire are to save time at the dealership (reported by 72% of those who favor online paperwork) and to have less pressure while filling out paperwork (reported by 71% of those who favor online paperwork).

Let’s not forget that one of the supposed purposes of car dealerships is to provide a place for consumers to kick the tires, test-drive vehicles, and (hopefully) get good insights and advice from employees. Nonetheless, there’s considerable pressure to change the often-maddening experience—to make it quicker, more transparent, less stressful, and less complicated—and become more open to online purchases.

"There aren’t too many things out there anymore that you can’t buy in an online way, and it’s really automotive that’s lagging pretty much every other industry out there until now."

 

Car Leasing Concierge is changing the way people buy or lease a new car without having to step foot inside a dealership. In fact, it’s a quick and easy process that nearly 90% of corporations and businesses use on a regular basis for their own employees!

Created by former auto fleet directors who've managed some of the Tri-state's largest and most prestigious automotive dealerships for over 25 years, our Direct Fleet Network system has the ability and leverage to deal directly with the manufacturer.

This allows us to offer you below market fleet pricing on most makes and models normally inaccessible to the public. What that means is this is the cheapest way  you can possibly buy or lease a new car, truck or SUV-- regardless of where you got your price from.

All you have to do is when you find the exact make and model of the vehicle you want to buy or lease-- along with the best price you've been quoted-- simply go to our Car Price Check Page and enter in the information. We'll then match your numbers against our fleet pricing to see how much more we can save you from the inconvenience of having to go to the car dealer and pay retail. It's that simple!

As an added bonus, we'll not only place you directly in the driver's seat of your new vehicle without setting foot inside a dealership, but also deliver it right to your home or office.

Drive the best luxury car lease deals at Car Leasing Concierge and Get the deal you want, your way today!

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For inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-886-1950, or email info@carleasingconcierge.com.

 

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Death Risk to Leaving Children and Pets in Hot Cars Happens Fast and Far Too Often!

It's hotter than you may think!

Each year, with warm weather, sadly comes tragic cases of children being left in hot cars and dying from heat stroke. In just 2016 alone, 16 children have already died in hot cars, and there have been many other near fatalities! But hot cars do not need to be a danger to kids, if parents can keep their cool.

On average, 37 children die of heat stroke each year after being left in a hot car, according to KidsAndCars.org. While it may be hard to imagine, many deaths have occurred when over-stressed parents forgot that their children were in the backseat.

Even 70 degrees can be a life or death situation for small children and pets! Use this chart as a helpful reminder.

Even 70 degrees can be a life or death situation for small children and pets! Use this chart as a helpful reminder.

Hot-car tragedies often occur because there has been a recent change in a driver's routine. If stressed, a parent or caregiver can sometimes forget that their child is even in the car.  Worse yet, some consciously leave children "just for a minute" to do an errand (running into a store, etc.) not realizing how quickly the temperature in a car can rise to dangerous levels. (see chart above)

Even if it's only 70 degrees outside, a car can quickly heat to more than 104 degrees +. Jennifer Stockburger, Consumer Reports' Director of Operations, says researchers are working on devices such as weight sensors or heartbeat monitors to detect the presence of a child in the backseat, but currently there is nothing to warn a driver that a child has been left behind. Though some child seat manufacturers are now working to incorporate technologies into the child seat itself.

If you take time out to have kids, then take the time to look after them!

Tips to Prevent Hot-Car Tragedies

  • Simple rule: Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle, not even for a minute. In addition to this danger, it is against the law in many states and jurisdictions.

  • Schedule a cell-phone reminder to yourself to be sure you’ve gotten the children safely to their destination.

  • Make it a habit to check your vehicle each time after existing that all occupants have left or have been carried out when unloading. If you lock the door with a key, rather than a remote, it forces one last look in the car before leaving it.

  • Always lock your car and keep keys and remotes away from children.

  • To serve as a reminder, keep a stuffed animal on the front passenger seat when carrying a child in the backseat.

  • As an insurance policy - place something in the backseat that you would need, such as a purse, briefcase or cell phone.

  • Have a plan that your childcare provider will call you if your child does not show up.

  • If you see a child alone in a car, especially if they seem hot, call 911 immediately to help get them out.

Dangers of leaving your dog in a hot car!

Every year, dogs suffer and die when their owners make the mistake of leaving them in a parked car—even for “just a minute”—while they run an errand. Parked cars are even worse deathtraps for dogs: On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to between 100 and 120 degrees in just minutes, and on a 90-degree day, the interior temperature can reach as high as 160 degrees in less than 10 minutes.

Animals can sustain brain damage or even die from heatstroke in just 15 minutes. Beating the heat is extra tough for dogs because they can only cool themselves by panting and by sweating through their paw pads.

If you see a dog left alone in a hot car, take down the car’s color, model, make, and license plate number. Have the owner paged in the nearest building or business, or call local humane authorities or police. Have someone keep an eye on the dog. DO NOT leave the scene until the situation has been resolved.

If the authorities are unresponsive or too slow and the dog’s life appears to be in imminent danger, find a witness (or several) who will back up your assessment, take steps to remove the suffering animal from the car, and then wait for authorities to arrive.

Tips on what to do! 

Watch for heatstroke symptoms such as restlessness, excessive thirst, thick saliva, heavy panting, lethargy, lack of appetite, dark tongue, rapid heartbeat, fever, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, and lack of coordination. If a dog shows any of these symptoms, get him or her out of the heat, preferably into an air-conditioned vehicle, and then to a veterinarian immediately. If you are unable to transport the dog yourself, take him or her into an air-conditioned building if possible and call animal control: Tell them it is an emergency.

Provide water to drink, and if possible spray the dog with a garden hose or immerse him or her in a tub of cool (but not iced) water for up to two minutes in order to lower the body temperature gradually. You can also place the dog in front of an electric fan. Applying cool, wet towels to the groin area, stomach, chest, and paws can also help. Be careful not to use ice or cold water, and don’t over cool the animal.

When walking your dog, keep in mind that if it feels hot enough to fry an egg outside, it probably is. When the air temperature is 86 degrees, the asphalt can reach a sizzling 135 degrees — more than hot enough to cook an egg in five minutes. And it can do the same to our canine companions’ sensitive foot pads.

On an 87-degree day, asphalt temperatures can reach 140 degrees, hot enough to cause burns, permanent damage and scarring after just one minute of contact. Rapid burns and blistering can occur at 150 degrees. Hot sidewalks, pavement and parking lots can not only burn paws, they also reflect heat onto dogs’ bodies , increasing their risk of deadly heatstroke.

If you wouldn’t put your dog in a frying pan, please don’t make him or her walk on hot pavement. Always test the pavement with your hand before setting out (too hot to touch is too hot for Spot), walk early in the morning or late at night when it’s cooler, carry water and take frequent breaks in shady spots and never make dogs wear muzzles that restrict their breathing

Remember to stay cool in the heat of the moment-- it may save a life!

Paul Maloney

Car Leasing Concierge 1-800-886-1950

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Valuable Hacks to Survive Your Next Family Road Trip

With spring in full swing and summer fast approaching, kids will soon be out of school, and that means one thing for parents everywhere - planning that summer road trip and crossing your fingers it goes off without a hitch!

Now before you press the panic button, here’s some great road trip hacks that will help make the process much more enjoyable for you and your entire family.

Emergency Kits are your best friend - Don’t leave home without them!

Road trips are meant to be fun, but you should also always be prepared for the unexpected. Have an emergency road kit ready that includes the following items:

• 1 Portable external cell phone battery pack

• 1 Heavy-duty flashlight (with batteries)

• Flares

• Bottled water

• 2 cans of Fix-A-Flat

Some of the best kits you can find online. We recommend the LL Bean AAA Deluxe Safety Kit that retails for $69.95, which also includes a great warm blanket that can be used for non-emergencies, too! We can see a picnic in your future with it, too!

First-Aid First!

We highly encourage you not to forget to include a fully stocked First Aid kit with bandages, antibiotic ointments, hydrogen peroxide and all medicines (both over-the-counter and prescription) that you and your little ones may need. The Grand Canyon can be beautiful, but you never know who might get a cut or scrape in the middle of nowhere that needs attending to!

Right now Target has a great kit by Johnson & Johnson available online for just $9.99! Definitely worth the investment!

Tummies May Need Tums!

One thing to be prepared for on road trips that often gets overlooked? Upset stomachs! Eating while traveling on the road can play havoc on little ones' (and adults') stomachs! Make sure to pack extra Pedialyte, Imodium, and Gatorades to stay hydrated. 

That’s Entertainment!

The best way to avoid the dreaded “Are we there yet?” is to provide a means of distraction. Don’t think for a second the “License Plate Game” or “I Spy” will keep kids entertained from New Rochelle to Key West. Since Generation Z can get distracted fairly easily, provide a range of games -- both physical and video-- (Uno or Leggos anyone?) as well as traditional entertainment (music, DVDs). 

There’s a reason you purchased your Minivan or SUV Rear Seat entertainment system as an added amenity, so no better time to take advantage of it! Bring any DVDs you’ve been meaning to watch as a family but haven’t gotten around to it. We suggest a trip down memory lane with one of the best car-related for kids, “Cars”!

One of the best satellite radio stations for kids is Sirius XM’s Radio Disney, where you can be sure to hear everything from “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” to “Under the Sea” to “Let It Go” just at the right moment to make sure your little one stays as happy as a clam, and you can concentrate on the road ahead!

Keep Projectiles at Bay

While books, puzzles and animal crackers can be great activities to keep kids engaged (and full), it’s no fun finding a capless Sharpie in the seam of your new leather seat, petrified Cheez-Its in the console, or worse - dodging projectile crayons at the wheel when Timmy doesn’t like you passing Dairy Queen! Take heart, and take advantage of some great back seat storage options for your own munchkin with the Munchkin backseat organizer.

With handy spacious pockets that are easy to reach from your front seat perch --grab that sippy cup STAT, or find Curious George when you need him most-- It retails for only $9.79 on Diapers.com! Extra great for keeping snacks handy, too, when tummies are rumbling. Certainly a lot faster than pulling over on the side of the road to rummage through the trunk, AND most importantly, a lot cheaper than reupholstering your car!

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Car Leasing Concierge wants you to enjoy your time with your family on the open road, and eliminate time wasted at dealerships! Our business is here to help you bypass dealers, saving you valuable time and unnecessary stress when purchasing or leasing a new vehicle. Your family's needs are always our expert concierges' top priority, and as an added bonus, we'll even deliver your vehicle to your door!

At Car Leasing Concierge, we're not here to sell you a car; we're here to help you purchase one.

To learn more on how we can assist you and your family, visit:

http://www.carleasingconcierge.com, Or call us at 1-800-886-1950    

 

Most Dangerous Driving Mistakes Moms Make

All smiles, but there's nothing more dangerous than looking backwards when driving a vehicle!

A recent survey of over 2,000 mothers of children under the age of two has showed a troubling number of women are making some dangerous decisions on the road - while their kids are in the backseat!

Here are some of the most common errors, and what we can do to change our behavior BEFORE accidents occur!

1. It's one thing to "multitask" when you're at work or home, it's another to drive distracted!

Nearly 75% of survey respondents said they're more stressed since they've had children, and most have trouble concentrating on one thing at a time. This same lack of concentration can be a key factor in life or death decision-making and driver reaction time. "It's become part of our culture to not just drive, but to drive and do 20 other things," says Kate Carr, president and CEO of Safe Kids Worldwide. Everything from applying makeup, checking texts and email, eating, or listening to music (Wiggles DVDs being played on high volume for our captive audience??) can make a driver preoccupied on what they shouldn't be concentrating on.

Here's an even scarier statistic - almost 8,000 accidents a day are caused by "distracted driving." Emails and makeup can wait for the parking lot!  A mere 5 second distraction could end in a lifetime of regret. If your child gets upset, pull over! Driving while a 2 year old is in full tantrum mode is not only headache-inducing, but extremely unsafe.

2. "But I'm talking on my cell via Bluetooth, not texting. I can do that, right?"

Experts say a resounding NO. 78% of participants revealed they talk on the phone while driving with their children, and a whopping 26% admit to checking text or check email. All are unquestionably reckless. "Research shows you're four times more likely to have an accident when you talk on your cell, even hands-free," says David Strayer, Ph.D., a psychology professor at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and a leading researcher on car accidents and distracted driving. "That's the same risk as driving drunk," he adds. "When you text or email, your odds of having a crash shoot up eightfold, making it twice as risky as drunk driving. It's ironic, because if you ask moms if they'd ever drink and drive with their baby in the car, they'd say to you, 'Absolutely not!' But people don't consider cellphone use to be equally, if not more, dangerous." "Driving is a multitasking activity, before you add the phone," Dr. Durbin says. Research shows that when we are speaking, we miss half the visual stimuli in our vision - (brake lights, stop signs, pedestrians). In order to drive safe, turn off your ringer and notifications, and place your phone in the backseat so you won't be tempted to talk. Out of sight, out of mind!

3. New mothers get less sleep than truck drivers!

Here's a scary thought. New mothers are averaging 5 hours and 20 minutes of sleep a night. That's a full hour and a half less than the 6 hours and 50 minutes truckers average, according to the National Sleep Foundation. With multiple feedings in the middle of the night, and calming our children after a bad dream, it's no wonder moms are exhausted; BUT it's important for them to realize they shouldn't get behind the wheel! "Just one night on such little rest will slow your reaction time behind the wheel," Dr. Strayer says. Though many moms think they can handle their car after that first cup of coffee, a fatigued individual is likely to drift into a brief three- to four-second episode of sleep in traffic without even realizing it. And those seconds can be the difference between life or death!

"I had to pull over once because I was literally falling asleep with my 3-month-old son, Nicholas, in the back," says Larysa DiDio, who lives in Pleasantville, New York. "I kept veering off the road and slapping my face to stay awake. So I found a shady spot in the back of a Kmart parking lot, cracked the windows and locked the doors, and the baby and I napped! I remember thinking, Should I be sleeping here?" In answer? ABSOLUTELY!!  56,000 crashes a year are attributed to those who are sleep-deprived, according to the NHTSA. And as with distracted driving, the risk of having an accident is the same as when driving drunk. A cup or two of coffee or tea can help temporarily with a good shot caffeine, but nothing beats proper rest and a good night's sleep. If you start to feel you are drifting off, pull over to the nearest parking lot or shopping center. Those few minutes of rest and revitalization can be a life saver!

4. New mothers have an accident rate that equals that of teen drivers!

Almost 10% of new moms said they've been in an accident while driving with their baby. This may sound like a low number, but the rate is nearly THREE TIMES that of the general population. "It's on the order of the accident rate of teen drivers--a group we think of as particularly at risk," Dr. Durbin says. A possible cause? Looking backwards. Many mothers admit to turning around to check on their toddlers in the backseat while they are driving.  "I find that alarming," Dr. Strayer says. "Taking your eyes off the road, even for two seconds, increases your risk of an accident. In that time, a car going 55 miles per hour will travel 176 feet, about half the length of a football field, with no one really piloting it."

Too often mothers forget they are driving a several ton vehicle moving at high velocity. Whatever your child is carrying on about in the backseat can wait until you're stopped safely at a red light, or pulled over to the nearest parking lot.

5. Child safety seats aren't being properly installed.

58% of new moms admit they find installing their babies' carseats to be a challenge. Even worse? Most don't ask for help! Six in 10 said they haven't had their baby's child-safety seat checked by a child-passenger safety technician. When used properly, a child-safety seat can reduce fatalities among infants by 71 percent, according to the NHTSA, yet THREE OUT OF FOUR of these seats are not being used correctly. "I've been in this field for 26 years, and I can tell you that parents are making the same mistakes today they were making years ago, even though the products are better," says Lorrie Walker, training manager for Safe Kids Worldwide. "It's amazing to me, because riding in the car is the single greatest health risk your child will face until adulthood."

The website SeatCheck.org can help you find a safety inspection facility in your area that can offer you free installation of your child safety seat. You also should take advantage of your manufacturer's Hotline, and websites, where you can find manuals. "Parents never read the directions--they think, How hard can it be?" Walker says. "But you never want to someday say, 'I wish I had.' " The seat should be secure enough in the car that you can't move it back and forth more than an inch. Be sure to also remember that all seats should be rear-facing until the age of 2. Once your child is buckled in, make sure to tighten the straps until there is no excess strap for you to pinch at the shoulders.

6. Never Leave Your Child Unattended

Eight percent of mothers admit to leaving their babies unattended in the car to run into a store for a quick errand, yet the only acceptable number is ZERO. "Even a few minutes in the car can be dangerous," Carr says. Children's bodies don't regulate temperature as well as adults'. And it's not just in the summer. A child's body temperature can plummet fast on frigid mornings, or quickly rise to unsafe, possibly deadly, levels on even mild days when they are left in a vehicle.

"I've seen it happen time and again," Carr says. "These aren't careless parents. They're solid, loving parents who just forget."

Besides the horror stories we have seen far too often on the news of babies being left in hot cars for just "a few minutes" while their parents rush into a store, many carjackings occur when the motor is running, and/or keys are still in the ignition. Criminals aren't checking the backseat before they take off with your precious cargo, but you should!

Remember, no matter the circumstance, there is never an excuse to leave your child unattended in a vehicle.

Car Leasing Concierge wants all new moms to drive safe and worry-free. We specialize in a stress-free experience when purchasing or leasing your new vehicle. Learn more on our better way to buy or lease a new vehicle at http://www.carleasingconcierge.com.

 

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Mothers Know Best

As auto manufacturers begin to identify the demographics of their consumer targets, mothers are increasingly asked what’s most important to them when purchasing a vehicle. Is it selection, price, vehicle safety? Most likely. But to many, it’s about how they are treated by sales professionals.

Women (and mothers) too often in particular have felt overlooked or pressured as potential buyers by dealerships’ past marketing and selling techniques. Oftentimes the final decision on selecting the new family vehicle will rest with mothers, and they want to have their voices heard, and find a simpler way to buy or lease a car.

Car Leasing Concierge knows our clients lead busy lives that require helpful solutions for their lifestyles. As hard-working moms, we realize you'd rather spend more quality time with your children than at an auto dealership!

No need for stress when you work with the best!

No need for stress when you work with the best!

Car Leasing Concierge helps you bypass the dealer, saving you valuable time and unnecessary stress. We help you feel secure throughout the purchasing or leasing process with our personalized service. Your family's needs are always our expert staff's top priority, and as an added convenience, we'll even deliver your vehicle to your door!

At Car Leasing Concierge, we're not here to sell you a car; we're here to help you purchase one.

To learn more on how we can assist you and your family, visit http://www.carleasingconcierge.com/first-class, or call 1-800-886-1950.