1) Check the price of other cars in the market. Do this by looking at various websites on the internet.
2) Don't buy the first car you see. Shop around, there are plenty of cars in the market but not enough money around, so don't part away with your money so easily.
3) Check the car thoroughly for wear and tear. Check the carpets, drivers seat, gear stick handle/cover, foot pedals, door panels and steering wheel for wear and tear. These parts will look well used or worn out on high mileage ... Read More