My son is saving up for a car. He's not going to have a lot of money to spend so it's going to have to be a cheap, used car. Anyone have any car buying tips for buying a car through the paper? I have never done it before, i bought my car at a lot.
Ruth in CA
If I was to buy a car for a first time driver I'd be sure to take a personal mechanic with me to inspect the used vehicle or do a little research online by obtaining the vin number from the person you are buying it from to see if the car has ever been in any accidents I say be picky, get under the hood, open all the doors and the trunk and give it a through inspection for rust holes and look behind the wheels for wires or other things like broken inner wheel wells that might rub the tires and "always test drive it before you buy it"
I am about to start looking for a used car. I hope to buy a car that is a few years old. Does anyone have any good advice to use when I start shopping?
Check step-by-step used car buying guide. Learn, where to look for a car, how to choose the right one, how to check car history using the VIN number, what to look for when buying a used car. Learn at this article "Buying a Used Car and Maintaining It" - http://autopartswholesale.blogeasy.com/article.view.run?articleID=98658
Is there tax deduct for buying a certified used or used car this year?
By Wangliru from Warren, NJ
There is one other tax deduction. If you have a business, you can deduct the used car if it is used for business. You can also use the vehicle deduction if you are an employee who has to use your own car, for deliveries for instance.