1) Don’t rush, take the time to research the vehicle you are considering purchasing
3 - Avoid Vehicles with issues -Some vehicles have certain issues and if they are serious enough you will want to avoid purchasing that vehicle. No one wants to buy a car and then have to spend thousands of dollars fixing it.
2) Make sure the vehicle suits your needs
3 - Is it capable of handling the winter season – If you live in an area that receives a lot of snow during the winter months you will want to avoid rear wheel drive car as they can be quite a challenge to drive on snow covered road, focus your search on front wheel drive cars only, and a good set of snow tires would be great to have, if you can find someone selling a car with a set of winter tire that would be best.
Know what it costs to insure – Before you purchase any vehicle no matter how much you may love it always find out how much it will cost you to insure it before buying it. You will be surprised at how much it can cost to insure some vehicles. So before you buy it is always best to find out. Because once you sign the papers and the financing is approved the vehicle is yours.
Winter Driving Tips ,
Opinion: Is it time for a return to photo radar in the Province of Ontario? &
A look back at Mosport International Raceway
Review of the Buick Verano,
Review of the Mazda 5 &
Review of the Scion xB