10 Tips For Buying Second Hand Car | Checklist To Buy Second Hand Car

10 Tips For Buy Second Hand Car

Along with the middle class in India, the automobile industry is also developing very fast and with this, the market for second-hand cars is developing. Every day new models are being launched in the market. The peoples get bored with their cars in years, two years, three years or have to sell their cars for some other reason.

Many people have to buy a new car but they do not have that much budget. Many times, novices prefer to buy second-hand cars instead of new cars. But it is necessary to take many precautions in buying a second-hand car, otherwise, it can face many other problems along with loss of money. Let us see what is important to keep in mind before buying an old or second-hand car.

Top 10 Tips For Buying Second Hand Car

  1. Do Proper Research
  2. Maintenance Care
  3. Talk To The Car Owner Before Meeting
  4. Do Proper Test Of The Car
  5. Take A Test Drive
  6. Check Legal Paperwork
  7. Get No Objection Certificate
  8. Get Service History
  9. RC Investigation
  10. Check Car Insurance

10 Checklist For Buying Second Hand Car

10 Tips For Buying Second Hand Car
10 Tips For Buying Second Hand Car

1. Do Proper Research

First of all, make your budget and according to your requirement, find out which is the best car in that range. After selecting a car model, gather as much information as possible about it. You can take the help of magazines, websites, newspapers, etc. In this, you mainly know the current price and launch price of the car in the market. Also, try to carry along as a model option.

2. Maintenance care

Cars of companies whose spare parts are not easily found should not be purchased. It should also be seen whether the service center of the company you are taking is in most places.

3. Talk To The Car Owner Before Meeting

If you have liked a car online, please ask some questions before meeting the owner of the car: such as what position the car is in, how many kilometers the car has moved, and under what circumstances, the body part and interior of the car Parts and whether they are scratched or replaced.

The car was purchased new or second-hand, do you have a service record of the car or not and why do you want to sell the car, etc. In answer to your questions, the owner of the car may not give the correct information, but when you give the car If you go to see it, then you will know whether he was telling the truth or a lie.

4. Do Proper Test Of The Car

When you go to see the car, you should take a mechanic with you, checking the car thoroughly both inside and outside. Closely check all parts of the car such as car body, painting, engine, doors, Diggy, hood, light, glass, etc.

The body line, floor, rust, oil leakage, tire condition, the door border, and Diggy border, etc. should also be examined. Suspension condition, wheel alignment, and engine noise should also be checked.

5. Take A Test Drive

Without any vehicle, the exact position of any vehicle cannot be ascertained. Therefore problems related to pickup, gear shifting, accelerator, etc. can be detected by driving the car. Try to take more test drives, this will give you more time to test the car.

6. Check Legal Paperwork

Paperwork is the most important task for buying any second-hand or old car. In this, you have to check the RC book, service history, no objection certificate, and insurance, etc.

7. Get No Objection Certificate

Find out if the person you are buying a car from has not bought it on a car loan. If he had bought a car by taking a loan from the bank, you would have to get a 'No Objection Certificate' from that person. This certificate will be proof that he has repaid all the loan amounts.

8. Service History

See the user manual from the car owner to know when the car has been serviced and maintained and if there has been any major mistake. Service history will also tell if engine oil is being replaced at the right time. Open the hood of the car and also check that there is no leakage of any kind.

9. RC Investigation

The manufacturing date of the car is written under the bonnet, see also. Also, match it with the manufacturing date written on the Registration cum Tax Certificate (RCTC).

10. Insurance

See if the car you are selling is insurance or not and the premium is paid at the right time. Make sure the insurance paper gets transferred to your name. See if the road tax has been paid by the owner of the car till the date of selling the car. You can also ask for the original invoice for the car.

So these are the 10 Tips For Buying Second Hand Car and Checklist To Buy Second Hand Car. Also, read more car and bike articles given below.

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