Money Talks News - If you've ever bought a used car, you've probably done the normal things: looked it over, taken it for a drive and showed it to a mechanic.
However, there are other things we rarely do, but should.
If you avoid new car showrooms when you buy a car, good for you.
Buying used is the single best way to save money.
But a used car means more potential for problems. So if you want to avoid being driven to the poorhouse, that means more preparation.
A final place to check before considering a car is a list of recalls and investigations about any model you're considering.
It's natural to think that behind the wheel is the way you find your next car, but the truth is there are lots of things you need to look at first.
So park in front of your computer before you park at a car lot.