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Sell My Car: Werribee

88 Cottrell St, Werribee, VIC, 3030

Sell My Car purchase your vehicle directly from you, offering a faster, easier and smarter way to sell your car.

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A1 Cash For Cars

By Appointment, Hoppers Crossing, VIC, 3029

We do not sell parts at this stage please fill out the contact form for any parts enquiry

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Cash For Cars Sydney

12-14 Leabons Ln, Seven Hills, NSW, 2147

Cash for old car has three main yards in strategic locations located in Greater Dandenong, Epping and Laverton North.

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Melbourne Cash for Cars

By Appointment, Melbourne, VIC, 3000

Your used car can be of any make, model and of any condition. We are willing to buy your car 4x4 trucks for instant cash.

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This Car

Unit 16, 45 Ladner St, O'connor, WA, 6163

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Kingston Cars

385 Warrigal Rd, Cheltenham, VIC, 3192

We specialize in cars priced from $2890 - $12,980. All our cars come with Current Roadworthy Certificate, we advertise All cars at Drive-Away Prices, that means No hidden Costs.

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User Guide To Used Cars

Since the invention of cars, it has played a vital part of our transportation. It has been the only means of commuting from one place to another in short span of time. As a result, this made the transportation of people and goods to longer distances easier faster and less stressful. Cars came into being and they have emerged as one of the basic necessities for most of those individuals who can afford to possess a car. Furthermore, both the society and the economy continue to grow because of cars. However, buying a new car or a dream car seems too expensive for most of us.

Considering the expense of new cars, buying a used car can be the most efficient way to save money. It is also a good way to avoid unscrupulous dealers and private owners. In buying a used car, you need to ensure that you are getting a car worth every buck you pay for. With so much to know about used cars, many individuals get home and find out that the vehicle they purchased is not nearly as well maintained as they were led to believe. Because of this, you need to be patient and wise before finalizing the deal.

You can purchase a used car from a car dealer, a company, government department or a private individual. Before agreeing to purchase the used car, the state road authority can inform you if the car has been reported stolen written off or has caveats such as unpaid car payments. It will confirm the owner, whether the registration is current and the amount of stamp duty (tax) payable.
In looking for a used car, it is important to find out as much as possible the condition of the car during test drive. It is also wise if you would have a mechanic with you in checking the vehicle's condition. By taking the car for a test drive, you can ensure that it is fully capable of performing everything what a car should.

The most important thing about buying a used car is that you know everything about the history of the car, including:

  • The number of previous owners
  • If the car was ever involved in an accident
  • Any previous mechanical problems
  • The maintenance history of the car

You should also consider that there are used cars to avoid such as:

  • Police cars, fleet cars, or taxis
  • Used station wagons
  • Used trucks or commercial vans
  • Models that have gone completely out of production
  • Cars with engines that have been modified
  • Sports cars with racing modifications
  • Very new used cars
  • Old vehicles with very low mileage
  • Any car that has been in a wreck
  • Possibly stolen vehicles
  • Previously salvaged vehicles
  • Cars that have been recalled for defective parts
  • Pre-1992 vehicles with defective air conditioners

Buying a used car gives you a large benefit because you can often get a great deal while, in many cases, the car you buy may even be relatively new. Always remember, the most common car-buying mistakes made do involve the purchase of used cars. When you have a good idea of what kind of car best fits your needs and budget, you can begin your research on used cars.

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Allison

25 Jul 2016
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Very rude over the phone! Very disgusted with the way I was spoken to. And was the most expensive qu...
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This Car

Unit 16, 45 Ladner St, O'connor, WA
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Peter

07 Jun 2016
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They suck you in, then if something goes wrong with your car within the warranty, they blow you off!...
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Atom Motors

110 Parramatta Rd, Granville, NSW
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05 Jun 2016
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