How to Buy Your First Used Car

Before you go and purchase your first used car, there are certain questions you should be prepared to ask. Here are a few things you will want to make sure to learn before buying a used car:

Know your budget. To determine the budget for your new vehicle, you must remember to factor in license plates, registration for the vehicle, taxes, and insurance costs. A whole lot of these costs vary depending upon the age and type of car you drive. You can find used car second hand (which is also known as “หารถมือสองมือสอง” in Thai language) with the help of internet.

Another thing to think about is that if you go out and look at cars that are not within your set budget, you will make the cars you can afford pale in comparison. Also, in order to have the vehicle you want, you may sacrifice quality and end up with a car that does not run nearly as well as one that was within your predetermined price range.

Check out at least 10 different cars that fall within your price range before making a decision. Take a friend or relative who is knowledgeable about cars to look at them and test drive each car. They will notice things which may otherwise be missed by you or a car buying novice. There are lots of options to find used car by area (which is also known as “ค้นหารถมือสองตามพื้นที่” in Thai language).

Test Drive Your Top Three One More Time. Make sure you ask any and all questions you might have about the automobile, however absurd they may seem. Asking about the number of previous owners there were, if it’s been in any accidents and exactly what the damage was, have any major components been replaced or rebuilt, has anyone smoked in the car, or anything else you want to know is a fair question.