Car Superbook Tony Kelbrat

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Car Superbook  by  Tony Kelbrat

Car Superbook by Tony Kelbrat
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The main areas of this book are as follows:Volume 1. Buying a Car Basics Volume 2. Car Stuff For SaleVolume 3. Car Knowledge BasicsVolume 4. Car Law InfoVolume 5. Car Energy/ Car PowerVolume 6. Land Travel BasicsVolume 7. Car MiscellaneousMoreThe main areas of this book are as follows:Volume 1. Buying a Car Basics Volume 2. Car Stuff For SaleVolume 3. Car Knowledge BasicsVolume 4. Car Law InfoVolume 5. Car Energy/ Car PowerVolume 6. Land Travel BasicsVolume 7. Car MiscellaneousVolume 8. Cars for Fun BasicsFor more car information, go to #629 or TL162 at your local library.

Check the car magazines in the magazine stacks. For an extensive list of automotive magazines, refer to a periodical directory at the library.Volume 1. Buying a Car BasicsChapter 1. Buying a New CarBuying a Car 1Over the years, Ive read at least twenty articles and books which talked about buying cars.

Not one says to buy a new car. They say buy a used, late model one from a dealer that doesnt specialize in that type of car because they want to get rid of it.Most new car dealers also sell slightly used cars of the same model as their new ones. Youll save thousands of dollars buying one of these rather than a new one.Car values depreciate quickly. The best deal is probably buying a two to three year-old used car with a service warranty.Do not buy a more expensive car or a bigger one than what you realistically need.

Do your research in advance, pick your car in advance then go to negotiate for the best price with the car dealers.Beware that car magazines are in business to promote cars and get a lot of money for ads so dont trust their car ratings tests. Trust only objective tests like those done by Consumer Reports, consumerreports.org.Sell your extra cars.Keep your cars longer.Use a bike or a bus around the city.Buy used instead of new.Dont get stupid options on the car like rustproofing and fabric protection which are spozed to be there already.Dont buy extended service contracts.Ask about their demo cars for a bargain price.Watch out for rip-offs with used cars.Sell your old car privately rather than at the car lot but be wary when placing a classified ads.

Criminals sometimes use these ads to find victims they can rob on the pretense that they want to check your car out.If hauling something heavy, make sure your power train can handle it.Learn basic maintenance and do it yourself.Buy car parts at discount auto stores or at auto junkyards.Buying a Car 2You could either hang on to the car you got now, buy a used car, buy a new car or lease a car.I think the best way to buy a car is to go online and send email offers to local car lots.If you walk onto a car lot, your best bet is to be friendly, bring cash and go Saturday after four o-clock in the afternoon.

The more he likes you, the better the price hell give you.On a small car lot, theres one guy. On a big car lot, there might be five sales people. If the one youre with seems rude or not friendly, tell the manager that youd like a more helpful salesman.Be straight and specific. If you got a bundle of cash, show him and tell him you got cash for the right car if the price is right.An expert sales person talks to you pretending to be friendly but hes really sizing you up for what kind of monthly payments can you afford.When he shows you a car that you like, dont show any excitement.

Remain nonchalant.



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