Buyers Guide

Be patient and do not expect miracles to happen. Once you have accumulated debts, there is no easy way to make them disappear, no matter what you hear from companies that "guarantee" that the alleviation of their obligations. An important caveat Take your time and make the research and even if you have bad credit, you can save money. Do not jump to an agreement that they are unprepared. Not worth it. Be prepared to negotiations and everything will go well for you and your car buying experience. Here are some tips on how to save money by buying a used car: O log out car repair, maintenance costs, and safety and mileage ratings in consumer magazines or online. Look for the "blue book" value, and be willing to negotiate price.

Or the purchase of a distributor? Look for the Buyers Guide. It is required by federal regulation called the Used Car Rule. O Make sure all oral promises are written into the Buyers Guide or You have the right to see a copy of the dealer's warranty before buying. Guarantees o are included in the price of the product, service contracts cost extra and are sold separately. Or ask the maintenance record of the car owner, dealer or repair shop.

Or to test the car on hills, highways, and in stop-and-go traffic. Or have the car inspected by a garage mechanic. O Check out the dealer with local officials to protect consumers.