In India, as the population increasing the need of a steady and healthy lifestyle is also increasing and the stepping stone towards a healthy life style is to cop up with the rest of the world. It is like that rat race where every persons wants every facilities for life. If you are thinking about purchasing a used car, you know how confusing it can be. There are so many things to consider that it can be daunting experience. There are many things to look for when purchasing a used car but one important factor is to give the car a physical check before making your final decision.
1. Checking The Car's Form
The frist thing to check the car's form which can be easily shown by outside. The car must be in good condition for re-buying and re-maintaning. You must check the window, gates, floors, surfaces, bonets and car sapce properly before buying the car.
2. Checking Under The Hood
The main thing is to check what condition it has under the hood. The engine of the car is laid down under the hood. You first may check for any indication of dents, damage or rust, then check the hoses and belts, Inspect the engine for any sort of leaks or corrosion. You must remove the oil filter cap also for inspection.
3. Checking Inside The Car
Inside the car check the seats, floors, gear box, paddles, fabric, driving wheel, adjustment window and other aspects like air conditioning, odometer of the car for mileage, ventilation windows and lights.
4. Checking The Car While Driving
Now have a test drive of the car and carefully check if there is any problrm present or not. Be sure to check the brakes of the car by pressing down hard enough on the brakes to decelerate rapidly, but enough to slide.
5. Checking The Owner's Information
Check the previous car owner's information throughly and go through if the owner have any crime records or any FIR with the car or remain a clean record for terms and conditions.
6. Complete Check Up of The Car's Healt By Mechanic
It is always advised to check up your car by any expert like any Mechanic for advance condition check.
7. Check The Car's Registration Details
You must also check the Registration details of the paper work of the car.