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If you’re looking to purchase a used vehicle, our shop can do a pre-purchase inspection for you.
Buying a new or used vehicle can be an intimidating task when approaching a commissioned salesperson or an unknown private seller. The vehicle you’re interested in buying was no longer wanted by its previous owner and one begs to question: “Why?” Well, what many consumers forget about is using a local auto repair shop to obtain a used vehicle inspection before committing to a purchase.
Once you look at the vehicle, bring it into our auto repair shop and we’ll place the vehicle on our lift, check the undercarriage, under the hood, and do a thorough inspection to point out potential for repairs including brakes, engine and transmission, timing belts, electrical and more.
As both men and women use the Internet to empower themselves prior to their purchase, I’d like to share 7 tips before you take your vehicle to a mechanic for a used vehicle inspection:
I want to also note this: have you ever heard of auto remarketing?
It’s a service that’s been around for many years, but designed to repair vehicles without any insurance claim. Why is this important? Repairing vehicle damage – without going through an insurance claim – will never appear on any CARFAX® vehicle history report. These repairs are usually done by very reputable, talented people because they can be done in the convenience of a parking lot, driveway, or small shop. Many of these remarketing services are mobile – operating out of a trailer or van.
Empower yourself into being a vigilant used vehicle buyer and bring your vehicle into our auto repair shop for a full used vehicle inspection. The service is minimal and takes less than one hour to complete.