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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Buying a Car

For those of you who are just browsing and buying a car. You've come to the right place. Depending on where you live you may come across a nice Ef in your local area, or also you can try in line. Sites like
This site is great to start off with. It allows you to search by state, city, and also price range. I mean who wants to look at a car, get all souped up about, then realize, it is cost to much. So give it a try.
But when searching on this site, I do have a few tips that I think you should use, When buying a car and selling one.
  1. Never provide your personal information. You should never provide credit card info, Bank account info, or social to anyone.
  2. When going to meet with a seller or buyer, make it a common place such as an local and well lit location. And make sure you don't go alone. Bring a trusted friend or family member along.
  3. Never accept Cashier checks. Since there is a big scam going on to be on the safe side, don't take them.
  4. Also if the person says they want to purchase without even coming to view or test drive the vehicle, it is most likely a scam.
For those of you buying a car please make sure you are able to test drive. Ask questions and make sure you are provided with answers. Make sure you know what is under the hood, miles, and what is needed to be done. Sometimes if you know someone who is good with cars particularly Hondas I would bring them along also.

And a little note to those selling. If your asking price is lets say 1000. If the buyer comes at you with 850 cash. Lets not be greedy. Take the cash cause we both now you would rather have the cash then to wait every week for a payment that may never come. You know yo watch those court shows.


GM From My Cheap Tech said...

Great I'm lokking for an used car in San Diego, Bmw, Volvo and Lexus mostly, and I never even considerd using craigslist which is funny cause I use it all of time for other things.

Thanks for the info the other site is goods also.

Tried Everything said...

There is also a site www.kijiji.com.
it is somewhat like craigslist. Not sure where all it covers though.