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Buying a used car is more complicated than buying a new one. There are concerns about what may be breaking or already been fixed. Another concern with buying a used car is the warranty. Over half of the used cars today are being sold "as is". Buying an "as is" car is very risky – once you hand over that money and sign your name on the dotted line, that car is your problem no matter what happens.


·Examine the car's repair record, maintenance costs, safety and mileage ratings in consumer magazines or online.

·Make sure all oral promises are written into the Buyer's Guide.

·You have the right to see a copy of the dealer's warranty before you make your purchase.

·Warranties are included in the price of the product; service contracts cost extra and are sold separately.

·Ask for the car's maintenance record from the owner, dealer, or repair shop.

·Tests drive the car on hills, highways, and in stop-and-go traffic.

·Have the car inspected by a mechanic you hire.

·Find out as much as you can about the dealer from local consumer protection officials.

·If you buy a car "as is," you'll have to pay for anything that goes wrong after the sale.

·The Used Car rule generally doesn't apply to private sales


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That is so informative, in additional, first, make sure that the car is on level ground before checking it. And also, Review the history of the car to make sure if the car you need for example is a used seat North London vehicle has no outstanding financial obligations, isn’t reported as stolen, isn’t a write-off, and doesn’t have a mileage discrepancy. Lastly ask to see a copy of the document. Compare the details against the results of your car data check.

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