== Mehcanic inspection== It's best to have any used car inspected by an independent mechanic before you buy it. For about $100 or less, you'll get a general indication of the mechanical condition of the vehicle. A pre-purchase independent car inspection is a good idea even if the car has been "certified" and inspected by the dealer and is being sold with a warranty or service contract. A mechanical inspection is different from a safety inspection. Safety inspections usually focus on conditions that make a car unsafe to drive. They are not designed to determine the overall reliability or mechanical condition of a vehicle. To find a pre-purchase car inspection facility, check your Yellow Pages under "Automotive Diagnostic Service" or ask friends, relatives and co-workers for referrals. Look for facilities that display certifications like an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) seal. Certification indicates that some or all of the technicians meet basic standards of knowledge and competence in specific technical areas. Make sure the certifications are current, but remember that certification alone is no guarantee of good or honest work. Also ask to see current licenses if state or local law requires such facilities to be licensed or registered. Check with your state Attorney General's office or local consumer protection agency to find out whether there's a record of complaints about particular facilities. There are no standard operating procedures for pre-purchase car inspections. Ask what the inspection includes, how long it takes, and the price. Get this information in writing. If the dealer won't let you take the car off the lot, perhaps because of insurance restrictions, you may be able to find a mobile inspection service that will go to the dealer. If that's not an option, ask the dealer to have the car inspected at a facility you designate. You will have to pay the inspection fee. Once the vehicle has been inspected, ask the mechanic for a written report with a cost estimate for all necessary repairs. Be sure the report includes the vehicle's make, model and VIN. Make sure you understand every item. If you decide to make a purchase offer to the dealer after considering the inspection's results, you can use the estimated repair costs to negotiate the price of the vehicle. The Buyers Guide lists an auto's 14 major systems and some serious problems that may occur in each. This list may help you and your mechanic evaluate the mechanical condition of the vehicle. The list also may help you compare warranties offered on different cars or by different dealers.
Sure but, have a trusted mechanic check it out first before you seal the deal.
The tires, fuses, gaskets, pipes, transmition, and engine. Aslo you should ask the previous owner about the mileage.
I shouldn't. But if you want to it's ok. Just have a mechanic check it out first.
Check your local dealerships and online. Whatever you do, make sure you have it checked out by a mechanic before you buy it.
IMO, do not buy this vehicle. There are way better choices out there. The Neon is not a very dependable vehicle. You should ask for the record of the car if it has been involve in any accident and try to ask an expert mechanic to check it out firsts before you buy it. You can check the lnik to know more details.
Take a mechanic with you
Well, you should get it check by an expert mechanic. Though you have known some details about the car before buying it, there are still a lot of things that a mechanic would know that a car dealer wont. To get it running better and to prolong its life, you should consider checking everything and fixing/refilling/changing the things that needs to be done. And after that, maintain it properly to stay away from expensive mechanic works.
You could check auto trader's website and you could also try to look in your local classifieds ad to see if there are any there. You will want to get the van checked out by a mechanic before you buy it.
The classifed adds can be a safe place to purchase a used vehicle however it is important to have a mechanic check out the car before you purchase it. If the saler has a problem with that chances are something is wrong, you should always have amechanic look at the vehicle before you purchase it.
If you check out any major fitness equipment retailer you should be able to try before you buy. This is a great idea before investing the money.
No, because there is no such check.
It is alays a good idea to have a used vehicle inspected by a mechanic before you puchase it. You can also buy a certfied used car fro a Chevy dealer in your area.
I own a 1992 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight. They are great runners. What do cab drivers roll with in your area? Take a mechanic to check a car before you buy it. My mechanic charges a little, but compared to the problems a used car can give you, it's money well spent.
When purchasing a new car, you should always have a certified mechanic look it over before purchasing. Many car dealerships will jip you out of your money by selling you lemons. I suggest bringing a mechanic with you when you buy your car.
Have a trusted mechanic inspect the vehicle before you make the purchase.
yes ive tried it millions of times you should trust them just double check the sizes before you buy the the stuff.
If you are referring to the speed of the RAM, then yes, you should check it before you buy it. For instance, the motherboard that you are using may be incompatable with the RAM you intend on purchasing, and as such, will not work.
Some of the shoes you can turn the lights off and some you can't. Before you buy them, you should check.
The ignition switch is broken you should have a mechanic check it out because the bottom rod could be broken then you would need to buy the whole steering wheel.
If you are looking for a notebook and want to compare the notebooks first before you buy one, then you should check out www.laptopplus.com. They have good comparisons that you can check out.
There are many brands of herbal soaps available to you. You can buy them online or you can buy them in stores. Before you buy, you should check if you need a certain type of herbal soap for project
you can get a vet to check it over(preffrebly before you buy it)
Make sure to buy from a reputable dealer- ask your mechanic or coworkers, and don't be afraid to take along your mechanic to give the car a look before you buy.
No. They check them before buying them from you, and they won't buy a broken one.
You should check for th obvious signs that there is a problem. You should look for any puddles of fluids or oil under the vehicle,and any warning lights on the dashboard.