Shopping for a used car is like going on a treasure hunt. There are
amazing deals out there, and with the emergence of the Internet as a car
shopping tool, you have every chance of finding a good deal on a car
that meets your needs and fits your budget.
There are plenty of incentives to buy used instead of new: It will save you money on car insurance,
registration, taxes and depreciation, which is the loss in a car’s
value due to wear and tear over time. It also makes sense because cars
have never been more reliable. It’s not unusual for some vehicles to be
trouble-free for well over 100,000 miles.
Before we go into detail, here’s an overview of the steps you’ll need to take to buy a used car:
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