Do you dream of owning a car and are looking for ways to go about it?
Fret not, that’s where we are going to step in and cover a part of that job for you by listing some checks that one must do while purchasing a pre-owned vehicle.
1. Structural integrity of the vehicle.
First of all, you have got to judge the book by its cover!
2. Make sure the mechanical features are intact.
How do we know a car runs well? That’s right, you have to take it for a stroll and judge what it feels like to drive it. Focus on the brakes, gears, drive train, under chassis, etc, and NOT, I repeat, NOT on the person waiting next to you at the signal!
3. Keep a keen eye on the electrical parts.
The last thing that you want is a broken electrical system. So keep a keen eye on the air conditioners, lights, vents, wipers, switches and all that jazz… (Not to mention all the info you need to gather about the batteries, alternator, spark plug, fuses and the ignition systems)
4. Check for major dents, spots and scratches.
Well, who would want a vehicle with visible dents, scratches, chipped paint and scuffs? And so, lastly, you have to check a pre-owned vehicle for all those things before letting your mom brag to the neighbour about your new car.
Sounds like a tedious job, no?
And if you still have questions, let Dhairya Karwa put all your doubts to rest with the film linked below.
*Well, I’m gonna go book driving lessons before it’s too late. Happy car shopping experience to you! Thank me later…*