According to Auto Remarketing, 38.3 million used vehicles were sold in the United States in 2015. If you are in the market for a used car for the first time, chances are your friends and family are giving you a lot of advice. Unfortunately, the majority of these well-meaning individuals are probably not telling you about the potential issues many first-time used car buyers overlook. Here are three common mistakes that novice used car buyers often make, and what you can do to avoid making them yourself:
- One of the most popular housing trends in recent years has been the inclusion of some type of outdoor living space capable of providing families with somewhat of an outdoor family room in which they can enjoy meals, entertain or just relax outside. Most of these spaces offer a roof or awning for shelter and some type of flooring, ranging from chat or pebbles to concrete, decking or stone. Even with these existing features, however, it can be prohibitively expensive for homeowners and renters to outfit these areas with all the furnishings and accessories needed to make them comfortable and enjoyable for their families.
- Whether you're starting out or expanding your commercial truck fleet, buying used can be a great way of reducing costs. Cold hard cash might be king when it comes to buying a used semi truck, but cash deals aren't the only way to seal the deal. Financing is a popular option for buyers who enjoy the flexibility it offers, as well as those who might not have ready access to hard funds.