A woman buying a car has to deal with money-hungry dealers who are still under the impression that they can get over on us because we have ovaries. Buying a used car can be even worse. It’ll save you money, but could also set you up for costly repairs, replacements or shelling out more cash on buying a new car sooner than you think.
Making a used car purchase is similar to getting involved with a new beau. The car will have a past, so make sure you check for its previous relationships (owners), how many times its been around the block (mileage) and make sure you are willing to compromise (negotiate). Sound familar?
Don’t get lost in the car-buying process without the proper knowledge. Here are a few tips to ensure your used car is one to take home to momma.