Before You Buy a Used Car….
Regardless of the price you will pay, purchasing a used car is an investment. Protecting your investment and avoiding buying someone else’s headache is critical.
Test Drive Thoroughly - drive at highway speed to feel for vibrations, listen to noises, slam on the brakes – even if you don’t know what it means – you can notice problems
Open the Hood – check the oil – look around – is the engine covered with oil? What do the belts and hoses look like? Look like you know what you are doing – even if you don’t – it will make the salesperson nervous.
Have Vehicle Checked by a Mechanic – who works for you – not the seller!