Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
CarHistory.us.org experts share that spring break is a key time when parents look to buy a car for their teens or college-aged children. These young adults are getting ready to wind down the school year and can't wait to get a new ride. Parents should consider these five tips when shopping for a used car.
1. Conduct the research. A vehicle history report from websites like CarHistory.us.org can enable you to view the value of a car and any damages that a previous owner may have done. It will also show you the correct odometer reading, stolen status, flooding, and more.
2. Know how much it's going to cost. Once the car is checked out through a vehicle history report, be sure to estimate out much the car will cost over time. Find out if there has been recalls on the car or ask people who have a similar model if they have had continuing problems.
3. Drive different models. It's not a bad idea to drive two or more different models of cars if it hasn't been decided just yet. This will help the driver find out what feel is best for them.
4. Advice for parents. Be sure to drive the car even if it's for a young adult. Parents are a more experienced drivers and will be able to see problems children may not. Trust in the right judgement and don't let kids make the final decision.
5. Advice for young adults. Conduct research on a car's safety factors before presenting to parents. Showing the 'rents that safety is important will make any young adult seem ready to help with a car purchase.
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