When you’re in the market for a new car, whether brand new or used; the car is going to be new to you. Chances are you’ve saved for it for a long while, and you want to get a good deal on something you’re going to be using for a long time.
These are the major things to look out for when purchasing a car:
A lot of people take these things for granted, but they are very important. In fact, they could make difference between the passenger(s) surviving an accident or losing their lives. If you are buying a used car, make sure you find out if they have been deployed in the past.
Before buying a car, check out the brake lines. Make sure they are not rusted, damaged, or leaking brake fluid.
Check The Vehicle For Signs of Rust
Check under the hood and the paint job for signs of damage and rust.
Look out for scars, scratches, gouges, cracks or moisture. These things can dim your light and shorten the lifespan of the bulb inside.
Fuel economyTake a look at the car’s fuel economy and factor that into your affordability sums. The most economical cars can get as many as 70 miles to the gallon, but they can also be among the most expensive to buy.