How To Buy A CHEAP Car Without Getting SCAMMED

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IAAI – http://iaai.com
How to buy salvage cars


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27 thoughts on “How To Buy A CHEAP Car Without Getting SCAMMED

  1. Would be cool if between you, Kyle, and Oscar you all did one of the three options. Buy an electric, buy from auction, and buy from private party. Would be really cool to see the different struggles one would face doing a cross country trip. Especially when factoring in charge times and locations needed for the EV. Overall great content between the builds and information you pass down. Thanks Chris!

  2. Good work on the video! The "tomorrow" part on new cars is a bit "untrue", in the current situation. I've "bought", or atleast orderd one. It's a 12-18 months deliverytime… :/

  3. Everyone has different experiences – this video information is only general, not something to follow as a rule – and some of it is dubious, plus of course it's more specific to his country so not the same everywhere. I've bought from great dealers, and bad, great private, and bad, great salvage, and bad, great Ebay, and bad, and lastly great family…and bad!. So learn by your mistakes, be vigilant & thorough, it's your money you're spending so if you value your money take the time to check out what you buy. My biggest advice would be if you're even slightly suspicious about a cars condition or the seller, walk away!

  4. Good video but you missed public government auctions and tow yard (impound) auctions. I’ve bought dozens of cheap cars from these auctions and most were for under $1000. Even if you can’t save them, they become good parts cars.

  5. Tip, don't lease old cars you'll be paying the difference for a new one in warranty plans, with the added inconvenience of them breaking all the time. A common old car leasing scam is to lease you a car that they'll know will break if you don't buy in to encourage buying into a warranty scheme.

  6. “How I would tell my friend and family on how to buy a car” – proceeds to let his friends and family know about his sponsor prior to giving them information.

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