ABOUT THE BOOK Buying a car involves hard work, time, discipline, and learning as much as possible. Preparing yourself properly is the key to any negotiation, whether in business or while buying a car. The more facts you have, the more informed a customer you become. Information gives you the ability to carry on an intelligent conversation, ask pertinent questions, and determine the legitimacy of the answers you receive. Knowledge protects you, your money, and your buying decision. MEET THE AUTHOR The Hyperink Team works hard to bring you high-quality, engaging, fun content. If ever you have any questions about our products, or suggestions for how we can make them better, please don't hesitate to contact us! Happy reading! EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Be certain to have a qualified and trained professional run a vehicle history summary report for you. This is especially true when buying a car from an independent seller such as estate sales and any number of auctions, where you do not know the previous owner. Many online companies perform this service for a minimal fee, such as the online site found at AutoCheck.com. These reports include a title check, odometer check and highlight any negative areas you need to concern yourself with. If you feel comfortable enough to understand the information given, this may be your best route. If you feel insecure with your automotive knowledge in understanding reports, your best bet may be to work with a qualified professional. Unless you know and trust the person who you are purchasing the car from, like a personal friend or family member, you can save a ton of money on your used car by purchasing from a car dealership. Many dealerships perform a vehicle history summary as part of the sale and go over these facts in detail with you so you have a full understanding about your potential purchase. The first section of a Vehicle History Summary will give you a report summary of the car's history in general terms. Other sections include the title and problem check, odometer check, a use and event check plus a final summary. The final summary, according to Auto Check.com, qlists events such as vehicle title registrations, title renewals, emissions test results and reported odometer readings. This section would also highlight any reported problems.q Buy a copy to continue reading!The VIN, which stands for Vehicle Identification Number, is a unique identifier number assigned by the manufacturer before the vehicle leaves the assembly plant. Knowing the VIN is crucial for making a wellinformed purchase. Find the VIN byanbsp;...
|Title||:||How To Save Money Buying A Car|
|Author||:||The Hyperink Team|
|Publisher||:||Hyperink Inc - 2012-02-05|