Buying a used car can be a daunting experience.
There are dozens of things to check for, including tyre tread depth, wear and tear on the brake discs and any warning lights that appear. And that’s not to mention checking the registration document for previous owners and the VIN plate.
But thankfully with the right knowledge it’s possible to buy a great car that will run smoothly for years to come. With this handy infograpic from http://www.carshop.co.uk/ you can run through all the most important points when purchasing a second hand motor.
What a useful article, with some great tips to avoid being ripped off with a duff second hand car deal. Now’s the time that many people change their cars for all kinds of reasons, be it coming into some extra money for Christmas or via a work bonus, or simply feeling the need to upgrade in time for possibly harsh winter driving conditions in the weeks ahead. Yet I firmly believe that the desire to buy a car must never distract from the importance of checking thoroughly what you’re buying; hence why I was so pleased to read this article.
One easy way to avoid being scammed is to buy your car through reputable used car dealers, or a used car supermarket like Car World in Peterborough (http://www.carworld.uk.com ), where all the cars are vetted and put through thorough checks before being put on sale. Customers can test-drive the vehicles they are interested in first, to add to the peace of mind on offer. Sounds like a great way forward to me.