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Your 1st step should always be to reflect on what you'll want on your checklist. Make a list of all the important things you want from a vehicle, as well as all the important things it needs to do. A soccer mom may need extra seating for carpooling and great deals of room for sports equipment, while a bachelor or bachelorette might enjoy a smaller sportscar for zipping around town and easily parking in tight spaces.

While your budget is very important, so is your credit. If you plan on taking a loan when you start visiting used car dealers, your credit score will contribute in what you can afford. If your credit is good, the bank may want to work with you to lower your interest rate. If your credit is bad, the APR may be higher. Many of the larger used car dealers work hand-in-hand with banks to ensure they can assist people, regardless of their credit score, in obtaining the most effective possible loan rate and payment plan. Obviously, you may independently obtain your own financing before making an offer on a car. The choice is yours.

Next, check the vehicle history on a site like If the vehicle checks out, schedule a test drive of the car, and try to test it on roads like the ones you would usually encounter during your day-to-day routine. Ask any used car dealers you visit for records. After considering all the aspects of the car and whether it fits your budget, make an offer to a trusted salesperson.

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First you need to ask yourself some questions: What's your dream ride? What models do you like best? How old should it be, and the number of miles should it have? The amount of are you going to spend? By answering these questions, you'll have a better idea of what you really want and what you want to opt for. If you know this before you walk into a dealership you'll have a much easier time negotiating a good deal on the car you want.

Request a title and a Carfax record, which will rule out all scamming hacks and save you a trouble at the DMV. Search for out other facts about the vehicles' history, such as who its previous owners were and any maintenance performed by the dealership.

When you've found a car you think you want, ask the salesperson if you can take it to your personal mechanic, if you have one. Having a trusted mechanic is like having a lawyer or accountant; they're a reputable source of expert recommendations that can help you make an informed decision. Used car dealers should let you drive a possible purchase to your mechanic for a real-time inspection during your test drive (let your mechanic know beforehand). This is the only way to know if what you're buying is truly worth it.