Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Choosing a Vehicle Part-1

Refer to resources such as Consumer Reports for information on the safety, performance, and durability of cars that you are considering.

Other sources, such as the Kelly Blue Book http://kbb.com Official Used Car Guide or NADA Used car guide http://www3.nadaguides.com/ can assist you in researching the price of the cars. Some surveys indicate that consumers who carefully research the price of cars pay an average of 5% less than consumers who have not.

Many people consider shopping for a new car to be a daunting experience. Consumers need to become well informed prior to making this important purchase, which is often the second most expensive purchase that most consumers make after their home.