New Used Car Purchasing Guide Published
With the economy shrinking and people looking to pinch pennies any way they can, purchasing new cars has taken the back seat, so to speak, to purchasing used cars. Used car buyers have numerous financial advantages than new car buyers but purchasing a used car requires some homework, according to an article recently published on InsuranceAgents.com.
The article titled, ‘Your All Encompassing Used Car Purchasing Guide’ states: “Before purchasing a used car you should consult a used car purchasing guide so you can be sure to get the most out of your purchase.”
Included in the used car purchasing guide is some important information regarding the difference between private party sellers and used car dealers. The article describes private party sellers as generally offering the best deal because they are usually willing to negotiate more and don’t have any hidden or extra fees that come with a used car purchased from a dealer. However, purchasing from a private party requires a little more leg work and the car does not come with a warranty that comes with a car purchased from a dealer.
Regardless if the buyer plans on purchasing from a private party or licensed dealer they should strongly consider performing a vehicle title check. It helps in preventing car title fraud and can be done quickly online.
Visit InsuranceAgents.com today to learn more about tips on purchasing used cars as well as tips on how to lower auto insurance quotes.
Staff contribution: Kyle Fitzsimmons
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