The sale of a car worth a dozen (or several dozen) monthly salaries is a high-risk operation. So what should you pay close attention to during this procedure? How not to be deceived?
Do you want to sell a car for the highest possible price? It’s normal. Everyone dreams about it. But how can you do it? How much do you need to invest in it? Today we’ll show you 5 ways to increase the value of a car in the eyes of a potential buyer, including one effective method hardly anyone knows.
I must admit that I was a bit amused by the Google search engine, which suggested to me the search phrase “honest Silesian used car dealer”.
The mere fact that such a phrase was suggested proves two things. Firstly, used car dealers haven’t got a particularly good reputation these days. Secondly, people still haven’t lost hope that there are honest car dealers out there.
So how do you find a really good establishment of this kind? What should you pay attention to when visiting such a place?
We’ve decided to write an anti-guide: we wrote down the worst things you can put in a car advert to be positive that no one will call to inquire about the offered car.
General opinion has it that when it comes to buying/selling a second-hand car, no season is worse than winter. Consider the weather conditions that make it impossible to carefully examine the car or, if you are selling, to present all its features to the buyer. Why do some people say that they have made their best purchases in winter, then? Who is right? Is buying and selling second-hand cars in winter really worth the trouble?