Consumers need to be aware that purchasing a used car could mean that they might find themselves dealing with many repair bills or breakdowns if the vehicle is not well-maintained.
Repair costs can be outrageous, any car owner knows this. Before purchasing a used car, consumers must be educated on what repair options they have.
In some cases, the parts may be rebuilt at a lesser cost than a new part. Always get a second opinion when looking for the best mechanic and do preventative work to get the best from your vehicle.
Have a technician who regularly checks your oil and will spot serious problems before they happen.
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The Debt-Free Car Project Chapter 4: Dealing With Repairs