Buying a car can be a nightmare sometimes. This performance car buyer guide will hopefully help steer you in the right direction. Although titled for performance cars, much of it can be applied to any car.
Full of tips on how to buy a car and what to look for. How to get the right insurance and still save money. What finance options are available and adding security to your pride and joy. This performance car buyer guide has it all!
Car Buying Guide
This section looks at choosing a car for your needs/wants and how to go about getting more information to help you with your decision. Pros and cons of buying new vs used and a comprehensive guide to what to do next when you have found the car you want, including what to say/ask the seller and how to look around a car.
Car Insurance Guide
If you have ever been involved in an accident, had a minor knock, a major knock, had your car vandalised, broken into or even stolen, then you know it’s no joke when it comes to getting the right cover. Not to mention, that heaven forbid you cause an accident and need to compensate the other person for damages to their car or person. Plus know what it’s going to cost to insure before you look/buy your car. Find a specialist and reduce the cost of owning that pride and joy by knowing what to ask and what to do to reduce that premium.
Car Security Guide
When it comes to your pride and joy, car security has to be a consideration. From the theft of possessions, theft of parts and accessories, vandalism to the car and the theft of the car itself, you certainly have to take the right precautions. Full of no cost options and what you can buy for extra security, this guide will hopefully help you keep that pride and joy safe and a joy to own.
Car Finance Guide
You’ve seen the car you want, but you haven’t got the money to pay for it! My car finance guide will hopefully help you understand what finance is available and what questions to ask and what to watch out for. Get yourself a good deal.
Once you have read the above, you may want to checkout the DVLA Website (opens new window) – for additional information. Covers a multitude of area’s for both driver and vehicle.