If you’re looking to buy a used car, you’re far from alone. There are literally millions of used cars for sale and changing hands every year, from both private-party and dealerships.
Buying a used car could save you heaps of money over a new one, but there are also some risks involved. So here is a little guide to help you buy your next used car with confidence and ensure you make the right purchase, not something that you may regret.
1. Exterior Inspection
Take a walk around the outside of the car and look for things like any chips, scratches, dents, or rust to the frame and panels of the car (including underneath). Anything that looks repainted may be a warning sign that it’s either been in an accident or suffered rust damage.
Check the tyres. Not only are they expensive to replace, but worn or incorrectly aligned …