Buying a car online - A guide


After dream car purchase

Buying a Car in the 21st Century
Choosing the right car for you
Choosing the Right Technology
Comparing your Top Choices for cars
Making the Final Decision for cars
Research about your dream car
How to gather Anecdotal Information
Choice reevaluation for cars
How to do test drive
Now Ready to Buy
Your Trade In
To buy Dream Car Online
How to make the system Work for You
To get the Best Financing
Car Warranties
Car Insurance
Checklist for cars
What to do after dream car purchase
Considerations for used cars
How to sell old car




Once you’ve got your new car home you have two goals – to get as much use for the least money out of your car as possible and to preserve as much resale value as you can.


To this end buy yourself a pocket calendar, hard-cover notebook and 3-inch binder. The pocket calendar will go in the glove compartment and be used to track service appointments. Use the hard- cover notebook to track gasoline expenditures and mileage (keep both the pocket calendar and notebook in a zip lock plastic bag in the glove compartment). Use the 3-inch binder to keep photocopies of all original receipts and manuals associated with the car.


Research new car maintenance – especially as it pertains to your particular car – and make a schedule in the pocket calendar for any recommended servicing or tasks (such as washing, fluid replacement or seasonal preparations).