You already know the standard guidelines on 2nd hand car or used car buying:
1. bring a mechanic (or someone who knows cars) with you; 2. closely check on the car body for repairs or paint jobs done; and 3. make sure the registration papers are clean, legit, and updated.
Aside from that, here are a few more tell-tale signs that you may want to consider:
1. Tires tell a story
Are the tires worn out or mismatched?
We expect tires to get worn out, as much as we expect the car owner to replace them when they do get worn out. Continue reading Don’t buy this second hand car! Not so obvious signs you should look out for.