Updated: March 26, 2014 at 8:38 PM

Buy a car

Category: How To Auto Repair

1. Buy a used that is six months old will save you thousands over a new car. A new car charges massive hidden fees that you won't have to pay for. Used cars are also more negotiable.

2. Don't buy a car that has been through a major accident. If the frame of the car has been repaired, it will never be as strong as the original frame. A damaged frame means future accidents are less protective.

3. Make sure you get a CarProof for free. If you have to pay for it, don't buy it. A car proof will show you the history of accidents. At least ones that has been reported.

4. You would need to also inspect the car, looking at the frame to make sure it has not been compromised. CarProof only shows reported accidents. Most accidents go unreported to save the headache of insurance fees going up.

5. Your safest bet is to buy a used car from a specialized, authorized, certified dealer.
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