Last Update on March 3, 2015 // Written by Hank
Buying a used car is a risky business. It’s never easy to tell whether the seller is genuine or trying to sell you a piece of junk. That’s why you have to have your wits about you and know what you’re doing when you go in. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of buying a car, but you should try to remain detached from the situation and assess the car as clinically and carefully as possible. You don’t want to discover that fault when you get home; you want to notice it while you’re still on the forecourt. Here are some of the main things people forget about when buying a used car, get reading!