Buying your first car is intimidating. After all, it’s quite a commitment. You’re not only putting down a good amount of money — you’re also, in most cases, committing to regular payments that will become a part of how you budget your lifestyle. For that matter, the car that you buy today will likely be the car that you drive for years to come. Many think that newer is always better. This may be the case in some circumstances, but it is not when it comes to your car. Your car is better pre-owned than brand new. Think about it this way: when a brand new car is sold, it is immediately be subject to what is probably daily use, the natural wear and tear that occurs in the interior, and potential damage. Essentially, a new car begins losing value as soon as it leaves the lot. Continue Reading No Comments
It’s a lot easier to make some purchases than others. For example, ordering your favorite drink at Starbucks isn’t that big of a deal, however, no one wants a lemon in terms of buying used cars. Therefore, knowing what to look for when purchasing a used car can make the entire process that much easier.
First, it never hurts to ask an auto tech or your mechanic for their advice on the most reliable and safest used cars. There are several questions to ask a mechanic that help you determine what kinds of vehicles would be best for your needs. Don’t be afraid to ask