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Buying a Used Car

1. Research – Put together a monthly budget and make sure that all expenses that go along with the car, including insurance, maintenance, gas, and payments fit in it comfortably. It is easy to overestimate your budget, so go its better to consult an expert for professional assistance. Do some homework on market values before you go shopping so you know the value of the car you are buying and the value of your trade-in.

2. Test Drive – Take the vehicle for a test drive along roads that are similar to the ones that you frequent. If possible, test the car on highways, bumpy, curvy, as well as smooth roads. It is important to test used vehicle under strenuous conditions. Test the car on hills, and in stop-and-go traffic.

3. Look it over – Make a through self-inspection of the vehicle. Check all the windows, make sure the interior is satisfactory, look under the hood, check the tires, the radio, the trunk, air conditioning, as well as the heater and seats. Have the car inspected by a mechanic you hire

4. Ask Questions – Make sure that you fully understand all of the responsibilities that come with owning a vehicle and that you comprehend all aspects of the contract. If you are unclear about anything, ask questions.

5. Be Confident – After you have researched, test driven, looked over, and asked questions about the vehicle, make sure you are confidant about buying. Take your time and if you have any questions, feel free to consult a dealer who can help you purchase right car for you.