For many people, buying used cars is a great investment. But, you’ll need to know what you’re looking at to be sure. Keep reading to learn what you should look for in used cars before buying one to ensure you are making a good investment.
the first thing to do when you’re looking at used cars is to look at them in daylight. You should never buy a car at night as you are not able to do a proper inspection. In the daylight, look at and compare panels to each other to make sure they are all uniform. If not, the car might have been in an accident and repainted, making it not a great investment.
Next, always check the tires when looking at used cars. Turn them all the way out one way, and run your hands over the tire to make sure it is wearing evenly. If not, it could have an alignment problem or have been in an accident.
Next, check the transmission fluid. You’ll want to find a nice red fluid. Make sure it is not low and smell it to make sure it is not burnt. Also, check the engine oil. Make sure it is clear and like the transmission fluid, not low, and doesn’t smell.
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