Prevention is better than cure as they say. So it really is common sense to park where the sun is not going to be directly into your car. How many times have you walked into the baking oven that was your car thinking why did I park there.
Finding the right car can be one of the hardest things to do, especially in a day and age where we are busier than ever, so people are looking at alternative methods to purchasing vehicles that is less time consuming but also prevents rushing into a poor decision and making a bad purchase. This is why car sourcing is becoming more and more popular.
Here are some of our top tips when using a car sourcing service;
Many people have asked recently "so what is it you do?" or "so you are a car salesman then?" and the answer is no, I am a Car Finance broker. Then they look confused or some pretend to understand what it means but unfortunately for me and the other brokers in the trade there are very few that do understand so here is a breakdown of what a car finance broker does and how we can help you make the right decision when going through the process of getting a new car.
This is probably the worst part of the deal for both customers and dealers. The truth is that it is the one place when the salesperson will be at the total other end of the spectrum when it comes to the valuation of the car. The reason being is that to you, the car is a fine piece of machinery that you have spent thousands of pounds in purchasing and maintaining over a number of years and now the car is being scrutinised by a car salesperson in a flash suit and they are looking at it like it is just a 15-year-old fiesta that is probably going to go to the auction. So, when they come back with a valuation of £200 it is no surprise if all hell breaks loose.