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how to buy a secondhand car


Buying secondhand cars can be a really great way to get great value for money - buying new cars can be soooo exxy. Azaria has just bought a new secondhand car so she debriefed how she went about it, touching on:👉🏼determining your budget - including the cost of the car, insurances, registration, fuel and servicing costs👉🏾narrowing down your preferred make and model of car👉assessing how many kilometres potential cars have driven👉🏿the age of potential cars👉🏽ensuring the car you have is safe (this is so important)👉🏻organising a REVS check on the vehicle: https://www.revscheck.com.au/👉🏽negotiating price and coming to an agreement with the seller in writing
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