- If you are interested in a particular car, ask the dealer or owner if you can take it on a test drive. Try to drive the car under many different conditions, such as on hills, highways, and in stop-and-go traffic.
- You also may want to ask the dealer or owner whether the car has ever been in an accident. Find out as much as you can about the car's prior history and maintenance record.
- Getting an independent inspection by an experienced mechanic is a good idea before purchasing any used car.
- Be prepared to negotiate. Many dealers and individuals are willing to bargain on price and/or on warranty coverage.
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