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http://www.carloanskingston.ca/ It’s the little things that make the biggest difference. After looking at dozens of used cars for sale, it should be obvious that they all have the same basic features: four wheels, an engine, a transmission, and a place to sit.

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Your used car accessories checklist

Your Used Car Accessories Checklist


Your used car accessories checklist

It’s the little things that make the biggest difference. After looking at dozens of used cars for sale, it should be obvious that they all have the same basic features: four wheels, an engine, a transmission, and a place to sit. It’s the odd bits and pieces that sometimes get lost that you should be checking for.


Your used car accessories checklist

Accessories to Add on Used Car

Items in the Trunk

When you are shopping, open up the trunk and go through the entire storage compartment. Make certain that any vehicle you purchase is equipped with its emergency roadside equipment. A spare tire is a standard feature. Also look to see if the jack stand and tire iron are still with the vehicle. Having a spare doesn’t help you at all if you can’t actually swap it out.

Walk around and look at the wheels of the vehicle. Inspect the lug nuts for locks. Some people prefer to have locking lug nuts, but be certain you have the key along with the purchase of your vehicle. You could be stuck somewhere without it.


Your used car accessories checklist

Interior

The things inside often go missing. If there is a removable face for the stereo, ask the dealer if it is still available. If there is a cartridge for a Disc changer, push the eject button to find out if it is present. Check the outlets for the cigarette lighters.

Floor mats may be missing, but more often than not, they are simply worn out. Even if these items are still with the vehicle, you may consider replacing them eventually.

Open the glove box and check for the owner’s manual. This manual has valuable information on the specific operations and requirements of the vehicle. Fuse locations, oil specifications, and a description of warning indicators are all found in the owner’s manual. Make certain the manual is still present.


Your used car accessories checklist

Interior

The things inside often go missing. If there is a removable face for the stereo, ask the dealer if it is still available. If there is a cartridge for a Disc changer, push the eject button to find out if it is present. Check the outlets for the cigarette lighters.

Floor mats may be missing, but more often than not, they are simply worn out. Even if these items are still with the vehicle, you may consider replacing them eventually.

Open the glove box and check for the owner’s manual. This manual has valuable information on the specific operations and requirements of the vehicle. Fuse locations, oil specifications, and a description of warning indicators are all found in the owner’s manual. Make certain the manual is still present.


Your used car accessories checklist

Under the hood

It may seem safe to assume that the components in the engine compartment would be present at the time you buy. You should take a look anyways to ensure that nothing has gotten lost. Sometimes caps get lost. Make certain that the oil, radiator, and power steering caps are all still present. Also look for dipsticks. You should check the fluids anyways. While you are doing that, glance around the engine bay to make sure nothing is missing.

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