Before you buy a car, you need to take it for a test drive. There are a few things to look for while you have the car on the road. Check the tire pressure to ensure that the tires are properly inflated. Look for any lights that might come on in along the instrument panel, especially the check engine light.

When you're test driving the car, you want to monitor the oil pressure gauge and the temperature gauge. After driving a few miles, find a parking lot so that you can check the details under the hood of the car. Check all of the fluids as well as the paint color underneath the hood. If it's different than the exterior of the car, then it's a good sign that the car has been painted.

Once you have a good idea for how the car drives, consider asking for a demonstration of some of the performance or technology features the vehicle includes. Our sales staff is ready to assist with your car-buying experience!



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