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In The Market For A Used Vehicle?
A pre-purchase or used vehicle inspection by a trusted certified automotive technician is not required but highly recommended.
Whether purchasing from a private party, used vehicle lot or a dealership, the money spent is good insurance against the unknown.
Don’t assume the vehicle has been well taken care of if it looks clean. A good inspection should include a road test, under body, steering/suspension and under hood inspection.
Be willing to walk away-if the seller has a problem with YOUR mechanic inspecting the vehicle prior to purchase, perhaps there is something hidden.
Don’t be in a hurry, sometimes finding the right vehicle may take some time. It’s a process that will be very beneficial to you in the long run.
While no inspection is guaranteed to find every flaw in a used vehicle, a trained eye can help you avoid a potential serious problem down the road.