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The New Year is the perfect time to start thinking about purchasing a new or used car and there are some great deals on offer in the lead up to the new 13 plate in March. Dealers are keen to reduce stock to leave room for new cars on the forecourt, which means that buyers are in a great position to cash in on great car-buying opportunities.
It pays to be savvy when you enter the showroom to make sure that you avoid getting scammed. That’s why the team at Trusted Dealers have offered buyers a free Scambusters guide to safe car buying.
At Trusted Dealers, we’re on your side every step of the way. We know that buying a car, particularly if it’s your first time can be an extremely daunting process. There is a lot to consider – not only which model to buy, but also the mileage, service history and – most importantly – who to buy from.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed, which is why following the Scambusters guide is the right road for you to take. By seeking advice from the industry experts, we can help you to identify a faker and stay safe.
Our focus this month is on where to start looking for your next used car. The number of places you can buy a second-hand car is growing all the time and there’s everything from car supermarkets and private sellers to private auctions and franchised dealers to choose from.
Although all of these places have their pros and cons, you can be assured that if you buy from a Trusted Dealer your car will have been background checked and provided with a warranty. All of our members operate according to our 10 Points of Difference which guarantees minimum standards across our network.
Below is a list of the five most important questions which you should put to any seller before buying to make sure that you don’t get ripped off.