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How to Keep Your Sanity When Buying a New Car Amarillo TX

The car buying game can drive you crazy if you let it, here's how to keep your sanity when buying a new car. Read on for the free advice from former car salesman Michael Royce.

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How to Keep Your Sanity When Buying a New Car

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How To Keep Your Sanity

The car buying game can drive you crazy if you let it, so here are a few important tips to help you keep your sanity:

1. Think twice before you buy.
If you're not careful, it's all too easy to get yourself into a buying situation that you later come to regret. It's not uncommon for car buyers to hurry through the buying process without taking the time to carefully look over the vehicle, the deal and the fine print before they sign the papers. And it isn't until days or even weeks later that they realize they made a mistake. Don't let this happen to you. Before you seal the deal, be sure that you examine everything with a keen eye.

  • Look carefully at the vehicle's exterior. Check for dings, dents and scratches.
  • Look carefully at the vehicle's interior. Check for rips or tears in the fabric and scratches on the dashboard.

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