{You can tell a man by the type of used car he buys… I guess

{You can tell a man by the type of used car he buys… I guess

{Try to seek out signs that tell if bodywork has been done on a used car you are considering buying. Find what story is behind that one and couple it into the price. Buy only when you are satisfied with it.|A used car recently in an accident has lost much value, and this is a fact that you may never forget, especially when you are thinking of buying one. Even if work has been done to restore it, it just can’t be right enough. If you must buy it, be sure you’re paying the right price for it… if you are buying.}

{Signs of rust or of fluid leaks should tell you not to buy a used car. These things are not things you want to have to deal with within the first couple of months you are using it. Instead of using them to bargain for a lower price, you may be better off discarding the idea entirely than buying it and spending bucks to fix it.|Tire wear is not something you can check and trust too well in a used car. They could have the tires changed just before putting it up for sale, and that could be misleading. Look for other signs that are less easy to alter.|You are smart enough to know not to buy a used car that does not live up to your standards. What you need to define then is what those standards are. Check them against what you have in front of you and be sure you have it right.}

{There is no way to check the statistics of a used car against the facts about it while you are doing your shopping for it online. When you want to buy a used car, you should try to see the car for yourself. You understand how that makes sense in the big picture. That is why I think online shopping still has a few limitations.|While deciding on which used car store you should visit, try scouting for a trustworthy one. One that has a record of offering disappointing sales is not one that you should trust. That ought to go without saying.}

{When buying a used car, you are going to have to check to see if the tire wear on each wheel is equal on both sides of the car. Not only can they be expensive to replace, but they could also imply that the mechanics of the car aren’t right. Rather than contemplate using that to bargain for a lower price, you should actually not buy something like that.|Just after a used car purchase, you want to have some fun with it before you get around to the mechanic’s. Be sure you don’t buy something with too many things wrong with it from the first, and then you can be sure of that.|The condition of a used car’s interior has got to rank high on your list of qualities when you are buying. I suggest you don’t settle for second best on that one. Hey, you never know who you’ll be giving a ride to one day.}