Purchasing a used vehicle is a great way to save money and get a great deal. However, purchasing a used car can be risky. In some cases, used vehicles are more likely to have issues if the previous owner didn't take care of it properly, if it was involved in an accident, or simply because the vehicle is older and has become more run-down over time. Fortunately, there are several ways to avoid purchasing a problematic used vehicle. Before sealing the deal, here are some red flags when purchasing a used vehicle to watch out for.
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