Consumers often agonize about what vehicle should be their next car. When it comes to older used cars in particular, I have always offered buyers three ironclad pieces of advice: • Your footwear is going to have a greater impact on your life than the car you drive. • The driving and maintenance habits
As the average car owner typically keeps their vehicle for five to six years, a lot of data disappears. Because there is no tracking service covering the problems in these vehicles, the 10-year-old vehicle that everyone assumed had great reliability will at times have terrible issues.
Buying a vehicle, even a used one, is a big decision. To make sure you get a car that's in good working condition, it is important to go through the process with the correct information, which means knowing the right questions to ask.
Keeping track of your used vehicle's maintenance records is the last thing that most people need to worry about. With so many different pressures and demands on daily lifestyles, remembering how long it has been since your last oil change isn't normally a high priority
One startling statistic that you probably haven’t heard is that there are approximately 33 million used vehicles sold each year. And, if you’re like the 30 percent of vehicle owners in the U.S. who sold their old vehicle themselves in 2011, you know you have some work ahead of you to get the most yo