A car is a big investment for you. Besides spending a chunk of change on it, you will be spending many years of your life driving this car. That is why it is important to pick the right one. You don’t want to pick one you will regret. People make all sorts of mistakes when it comes to purchasing a car.
They sometimes purchase new cars that they can’t afford. Other times, they purchase old Junkers that might as well live in the auto garage. In this video, you will learn how to make the best car purchase possible.
First, don’t ever buy a new car unless you are debt free and want to overpay. These cars are significantly marked up. On the other hand, used cars that are four years or older will provide excellent value for the cost to purchase them. Even so, you don’t want to buy a used car that will constantly be breaking down. This is why it is important that you keep an eye on the number of miles that it has accumulated. You will also want to investigate the accident and repair history if possible. Lastly, don’t leave the lot without having that used car inspected first. It should be on them to fix it, not you.