Whether you’re a college junior or a forty-year-old mother of three, the car-buying process can be difficult for any first-time car buyer. There’s uncertainty because you don’t want to make the wrong decision. It’s also time-consuming to do your research on what to buy, where to buy, and how to buy. Being a good first-time car buyer isn’t easy, but it’s worth doing well.
We’ve compiled a list of helpful tips and things to be aware of when you are buying for the first time:
Establish the purchase price before moving on to discussing financing, if applicable. There’s often no need to get any extras like rust-proofing, fabric protector, or an extended warranty. They aren’t necessary. If the seller won’t meet what you would consider a fair price, walk away. There are plenty of other cars out there.
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