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Car Buying Precautions

To avoid getting stuck with a problem car, here are a few precautions you can take:

  • Inspect your new vehicle before you accept delivery. If you detect any problems, refuse delivery until they've been corrected. Don't accept a dealer's promises that everything will be taken care of at the first service.

  • Review and keep copies of the manufacturer's literature about your model, especially advertisements, brochures and warranties. Any statements the carmaker makes about performance could help you get a refund or replacement if a defect keeps the car from living up to the claims.

  • Follow the guidelines in your owner's manual for routine maintenance. Keep thorough records of all service and any problems that crop up.

  • Whenever you take your car in for repairs, give the service adviser a dated note that describes all of the conditions you're concerned about. Keep a copy of the note in your files.

  • Get a detailed repair order every time you take your car in for repairs, even if the shop isn't able to diagnose or fix the problem. Be sure all repair orders indicate how many days the vehicle was in the shop.

  • Keep copies of the repair orders and other paperwork somewhere other than in your car, where they could get lost.
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