Looking for a used car?
Part 5 of this series discusses the paperwork, formalities and techniques in negotiation once you have settled into a used car. Negotiation and price are the biggest hassles of buying a new or used car.
The video will take you through a discussion of the different types of prices in the industry (wholesale vs. retail), where you buy a vehicle (auction, used car dealer, new car dealer or private sale) and check the title Car to make sure that it matches the vehicle and the car is not branded, salvaged or has any lien registered. In addition to buying a used car information report, car accident or carfax accident reports and looking at past service records is discussed.
It also addresses the factors that affect insurance rates.
Some advice on bargaining, including fixing your price, time, ignoring the distributor's fuzz, buying warranties, avoiding unnecessary charges, bleak excuses stains, exchanges, buying dealer accessories are presented.
Finally, once the vehicle is purchased, you must undergo an emission test and pass a safety certification before you are ready to accept the keys and drive.
Buying a used vehicle can be one of the biggest purchases you make in your life. Significant savings can be obtained by purchasing a used car in a new car, however, do not neglect to thoroughly inspect the vehicle in order to avoid significant headaches along the way.
This Six Part Used Vehicle Buying Guide covers:
1) External Inspection
2) Mechanical Inspection
3) Inspection of the Interior
4) Road test
5) Procedures and procedures
6) After you buy
This video was filmed with a Canon Rebel EOS T5i DSLR and a Canon PowerShot SX130IS camera.
Ice Flow, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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No Squirell Commotion from Podington Bear
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