Written by : sshields
Published on:: 11/11/2015
The most critical stage of buying a used car is undoubtedly the point where you start to go and take a look at vehicles in person.
After hours of research and trawling through countless adverts, you've whittled down your choice and you're ready to take your interest to the next stage.
The temptation here, however, is to just turn up, have a quick glance and hand over your money to the seller. After all, it's taken a while to get to this point and now you're just looking forward to owning a car.
However, you really need to make sure you're as thorough as possible so that you know you have made the right choice and are not going to be left with any nasty surprises once you get your new car back on your own drive. It’s your hard earned cash & a pretty picture on the internet only tells part of the story.
Here are some of the main things to look out for when you go for that all-important inspection...
Make sure you take the car out for a test drive, and when you do, look out for:
Once you’re happy with the way it looks & drives it time to finish off with the paperwork;
You can also check out Holt's infographic on how to buy a used car, which includes a lot of the information discussed in this article.