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Things to Consider When Buying a New Car

When buying a vehicle, besides the usual benefits depending on the tastes and needs of each person, it is advisable to consider a number of aspects that can save you some trouble. Some are basic, and a good choice within the car insurance, and others, especially if the car is second hand, we cannot escape.

New Car

Insurance:

Of course, you will need to collect and make a comparison between different insurers to find the policy that best suits the car’s features.

Trial Period:

If you are going to buy a new car, the most common questions are those concerning the services offered when the car leaves the factory and not so much the condition of the parts, since it is completely new. However, it is advisable to ask the dealer a trial period to drive the car.

Fuel:

One aspect to consider is what kind of fuel is going to work better. This depends on the type of driving of each, for example, the mid-range diesel passenger cars and 100 bhp offer great benefits in terms of fuel consumption.

Timing belt or chain:

The chain has a number of advantages as it is very difficult to break (the problems may come from errors in the tensor), takes up less space than the belt and, while it needs to be changed every X miles, not many more than 100,000-, the chain has a much longer life .

 Color:

One of the most common myths associated with car insurance is to think that the choice of color will affect the price of the policy. Many customers think that, for example, a black car is less visible than a brightly or that red cars which are more likely to be stolen. However, none of the leading insurance companies take into account this parameter when making pricing and prefer to focus on factors related to the profile of the driver like your age, gender, driving experience, occupation, previous accidents etc …

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