I've been in the market to buy a used truck.
I know what I want, I want to buy a Ranger with less
than 60,000 miles on it and under 6 years old.
In the old days, when there were such things as record
players, I would wait early in the morning and get the
first paper I could find, then circle in ink the used
vehicles which fit my needs.
Now, with the internet, things are so much easier and
free. Not only that, I don't have to throw out the
old newspaper that I used.
The way to buy a car is to go to BuyYourCar on the
internet, Used Cars site offers great advice on how to avoid being
scammed. Last thing I can afford is to be scammed.
The site is very easy and very fast. You select your
particulars, if you want, such as brand (Ford) model
(Ranger) year, and minimum and maximum prices you want
to look at.
They also have a place for you to put your postal code
so you can limit the cars you want to look at to
something that is not far away. I've always thought
of it as a paradox to have to go too far to get to buy
a car, when that is your problem in the first place,
not having a car.
At any rate, check it out, you don't actually have to
buy anything, and you might just window shop and find
something that is a great price, better than you might
Or, if you want, sell that extra car you have through
the site and get back that extra parking space.