car that is brought onto their lot, but they may not be the ideal choice. Being aware of what you should look to find can help you avoid buying a, and help you save money in the long run.
The first thing you need to check the outside of the vehicle. Examine the outside for scratches, dents, and discoloration. These could be signs of the possibility of an accident. Additionally do a test run of your fingers over the seams between the door and the hood of your car. Inconsistency could be a sign of previous damage.
Then, look to see if an inspection sticker is present. It will let you know the length of time your car has been on the road. There may be issues when it comes to vehicles older than one year.
The tread on the tires should be inspected as well. In the absence of proper tread, tires will not pass inspection and should be replaced.
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