How can you decide what vehicle to buy?
What kind of car do you want that you can afford and does what you need it to?
if u have the flashpaq for gm or ford or have the cortex u can buy an update from superchips that allows u to program more than one vehicle at a time. if u dnt do that then u can program one vehicle then if u decide to program another u must change the vehicle back to stock then use it on a different vehicle. if u have any questions u can go to superchips.com…
You can go buy a spare tire and rim. The dealership can try to comp you somewhat, IF they decide to do so. When you buy a used car, you buy it "AS IS - NO WARRANTY". If you didn't have the foresight to look the vehicle over (and I wonder what else you missed if you missed the lack of a spare tire), that's not the dealer's fault.
You have a V.I.N. on the vehicle check the engine block it'self it will be located there and if there honestly is no V.I.N. then it will be almost if not impossible to sell and or buy the vehicle. So to answer your question you will not be able to buy an honest title for a vehicle with no V.I.N. it is Highly illegal.
Yes! As long as you are of legal age (In the state you are a legal resident of) you can buy a vehicle. You cannot legally register the vehicle in your name or legally drive the vehicle. You can even insure the vehicle with many insurance carriers; just not for driving purposes (i.e. as a "collector" vehicle for loss or damage in storage).
Well it has to be done localy unless you are willing to drive where the vehicle is. Craigs list is only face to face deals and most of them are cash only, unless its done by dealership then but not many dealerships will post on craigslist. So you have to reply to post of the craigslist which will send email to the poster, or call if he has given number to meet face to face…
The speed limit is applicable when overtaking another vehicle, just as it is at any other time. A police officer observing you overtaking another vehicle MIGHT decide what you did was within reason, and not bother you, but they have full authority to pull you over for exceeding the speed limit- even when overtaking a slower moving vehicle- should they decide to.
What is the correct pronoun-antecedent agreement when a driver wants to buy a new vehicle he or she test drives it Or them?
Like all things in life - decide what you need, or want, in a vehicle. Don't neglect looking at comparable model Toyota's either. I own both makes and still can't decide which I like better. They have been, are, and continue to be, EXTREMELY reliable and dependable vehicles, that require very little 'heavy' maintenance (providing you service and take care of them on a regular basis).
Usually when faced with buying a new vehicle, or in my case, a new-to-me used vehicle I'm either in a state of denial or a state of depression. Sigh..... But really, consider this, if you buy a car from out of state the sales tax is typically applied in your state of residence when you license it. So.......you might better ask which state would it be best to live in for buying a car but…
When you sell a vehicle to a private party and they sign the title are you responsible for the vehicle yet?
In this day and age choices are all around you. It can be hard to decide which choices to make. Commercial vehicle insurance can be a tricky one. First you should figure out exactly what you need. Once you have done this you should get quotes from competitive insurance companies. Then you can decide which company would be best.
When a wants to buy a new vehicle he or she usually test drives them is the pronoun antecedent agreement correct?
Looks like enterprise gives you 7 days or 1000 miles to decide whether you want to keep the car or not, this is a really good deal and you won't find these types of vehicle warranties when you purchase a used car from a dealer or private seller. The money you will save really depends on the type of car and year for both enterprise and used cars from dealers and private sellers, but having…