Get Rid Of The Stress Car Shopping Gives You By Reading This! Have you decided that it's time to get a new or used car? Are you not sure what you can do to make shopping for one less stressful? You are in the right place if so. Here you'll go over a few of the things you need to think of when you go car shopping, so read along. You should always get a CarFax report if you are in the market for a used car. If the car has been in an accident, the CarFax report will let you know. You probably want to keep searching and not buy that car if the car has been in an accident. Before you go car shopping so you have a great idea of what is in your price range, establish a budget. Try your best to stay within your budget. If you must go over, the amount that you go over should not be so significant that it puts you in a financial bind. When you are considering buying a used car, always have your mechanic check it out first. You are not a qualified mechanic trained to spot problems or repairs, so you need to take it to a professional. It may end up saving you thousands, even though be prepared to pay $100 or so for this service. Prior to shopping for a used or new car, check your budget. You'll need to know how much you'll be able to afford. You need to know a comfortable car payment amount you can afford monthly. Even look for a loan prior to your car search. Do some research online, before you set foot into a dealership. Check nearby dealership's websites and record their listed price on the vehicle you want, as well as any special deals they might be offering. Having this information at your disposal will be a valuable asset when it comes time to negotiate with a salesman. Make sure you stay silent about any trade-ins. Wait to discuss your trade-in until after you have negotiated the sales price of your new car. The value of the trade -in will almost certainly be added into your purchase price if they know you have one before you start negotiating. Consider the cost of insurance, before buying a car. You will probably need comprehensive coverage, in addition to liability protection, if you are financing the car. Some cars cost significantly more to insure than others. Avoid any surprises by asking your insurance company for a quote before you sign any paperwork. Don't expect to make a purchase in your first dealership. If you do so, then you are probably making a bad purchase, in fact. Shopping around is always important, and this is especially true when it comes to making an intelligent purchase with a car or truck. Take your time and look around. Try renting cars to get a better feel for the vehicle. You will be able to drive it much more than a test drive. If it is a good fit, take your family out on a road trip in the car and really see. You can get more acquainted with your vehicle of choice before purchasing. Never settle for the price that's set for the car when you're shopping for one. You must be a great negotiator and try to knock a little off the price. Every car dealership knows that they're going to have to negotiate anyway, so they make the car seem like it costs more than they'd settle for. When it comes to purchasing a car, whether new or pre-owned, you need to beef up on your negotiation skills. Cars are intentionally marked up because the sellers understand that a negotiation must take place. So make sure you NEVER pay sticker price for your vehicle and if you can't haggle, get someone to do it for you. Don't forget to research when purchasing used. There are very useful Internet resources to help you determine a car's worth. Find out the value of your car from the KBB or the NADA book. If this dealership is selling you a car for much more than these two sources state, go to another dealership. Watch out for dealership advertising fees. These are often tacked on to new car purchases, and you should not have to pay them. Car dealerships have to advertise as part of doing business, and many shoppers who challenge this fee will win. Ask to speak with a manager if your salesman will not remove this fee. If a car salesman tells you, a deal is only good for today, do not fall prey to this trick. In order to get you to make a hasty decision, Dealerships like to put a sense of urgency into the negotiation process. This always works to their benefit, and it rarely works to yours. If a deal is offered to you today, any reputable dealership will extend it to you tomorrow. Make a list of the cars that interest you. Once you know what kind of cars you like, you can begin narrowing the list down by price, features and reliability. It will make it easier for you to find the car that will suite your needs at a price that you can afford to pay. When you are looking for a used vehicle, you should avoid any cars with high mileage. You really don't know, even though people will tell you that they drove on the highway or that they drove responsibly. If the mileage is too high, even if you like the car, avoid buying it. Once you narrow your list down to a few models, go for a long test drive. Test the cars on literally every surface you plan to drive them on. Take it on the highway, city streets, park it in a crowded mall parking lot, drive it to the school, your work, your home. This is the only way to truly know what it offers. Now that you've seen the tips, it should be a little easier to do your car shopping. You may have started out with same car buying problem that others commonly experience, but now things will be different. 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