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You cannot do without anti-lock brakes, also referred to as ABS. You need to buy a car that is equipped with airbags this is safer than without. Safety is key when you'll be driving a lot. Figure out how much you can afford on a car payment before you get there. Your eyes will be big, and you will be willing to pay anything to get what you want, if you wait. Start out with a firm figure and do not allow yourself to be moved by anything the salesman says. Avoid being distracted when you are shopping at a car lot. With so many vehicles available, it is easy for all your research and planning to go out the window. Remember, you should have a clear idea of the vehicle you want before you set foot on the lot, and do not let the salesperson steer you from your goal. Have a budget in mind before you go car shopping. This involves assessing your monthly bills and income, and having a clear understanding of how much you can really afford to add to those. 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Research the resale value of the car you are considering. This way, when the time comes to sell the car you are buying, you will be able to get a decent amount of money back out of it. You do not want to end up stuck with a car because you owe more than you can sell it for. Always check the Carfax of any vehicle you are considering before you make a purchase. This will give you a good idea of whether the vehicle you want is in any condition to be purchased. You want to avoid cars that are salvage vehicles and/or may have had the odometers rolled back. The thought of car shopping can make many people cringe, but now you can see that it does not have to be a stressful experience. You can do several things to give yourself a more positive experience. 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