Most used car complaints are the result of people not asking crucial yet basic questions about the car itself before they buy it, or taking preventative steps.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014
VehicleHistoryRecord.com is launching a new guide that will make it easier for people to deal with the most common used car complaints, the company announced yesterday.
“Very often people have a complaint after they buy a used car,” a VehicleHistoryRecord.com spokesman said. “In general, these are not big problems but minor annoyances that people can handle on their own, if they know how to do so. We want to provide people with that kind of information so that their complaints can be solved quickly and easily.”
Most used car complaints are the result of people not asking crucial yet basic questions about the car itself before they buy it, or taking preventative steps, he said. Therefore, part of the guide will show people how to avoid having a complaint in the first place.
“Asking the right questions and having your own mechanic look at the car before you buy it can solve 90 percent of all used car complaints in advance,” he said. “So, we'll walk people through that part of the used car buying process. In doing so, we believe that we can give consumers the upper hand.”
The rest of the guide will walk the reader through exactly what they need to do to make their complaint about a vehicle a thing of the past, he said.
“More often than not, a few simple maintenance moves will solve the problem before it gets super annoying,” he said. “We'd rather a consumer spend 10 minutes under the hood of their car than spend weeks being annoyed at a small problem.”
VehicleHistoryRecord.com was created to serve the needs of public records clients across North America. With thousands of requests processed each day, VehicleHistoryRecord.com continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit VehicleHistoryRecord.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-992-4640, or email manager(at)VehicleHistoryRecord(dot)com with any questions or concerns.