Buying Used Cars - #Tips

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Don't view a car in the rain, in poor light or at night 
You won't be able to check the condition of the car properly if it's wet – water hides scratches, dents and other problems. Make sure you can see the vehicle clearly and from all angles.

Ask about service history 
Most cars require some work during the year so the owners of a car a few years old should have amassed quite a sheaf of garage bills for work or parts as well as previous MOT certificates, and records of regular servicing.

Buyer beware 
Be wary of anything that seems like a real bargain, or has a very low mileage for its age. There are bargains to be had but in general, if a deal looks too good to be true then it most likely is.

Test Drive
The test drive is your only opportunity to check the car's general mechanical condition and to find our for sure that it meets all your needs.

Don't be pressured into buying
There are always other vehicles out there so if this one doesn't feel right in any way it's time to walk away.