Car loans customers advised on "dangerous territory"Car finance customers are entering "dangerous territory" when shopping for a used car, according to one expert.
Car finance customers are entering "dangerous territory" when shopping for a used car, according to one expert.
According to Valerie Schultz of bakersfield.com, there are a number of things that motorists need to bear in mind when looking to secure the right pre-owned vehicle.
She states that there are five main areas for car loans customers to consider the first of which is allowing for time to shop around and do the homework. She also notes that certified dealers are a great place to start.
"A dealer can leave one feeling roughly handled, even violated, but a limited warranty can be a godsend," she states.
When buying from a private seller, Ms Shcultz states that there are two types - the type who keep all there paperwork in check and those who do not and that by searching online there is more chance that the right car will come your way.
"There is a perfect car for your needs, if you're willing to search for it. Don't settle," she concludes.
A recent article for the Walton Sun advised that new motorists looking for their first car have a memorable experience ahead.
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