If you are considering buying a car it is important to look closely at the details – and we can help you understand which ones you should always pay closest attention to.
Some are easy to overlook, and sometimes they give away more information about a vehicle than the seller would like it to. To get to the key components of the chassis, you will need a canal or a lift. This is important because it enables you to check the suspension clearance, look for leaks invisible from the top (i.e. from the engine compartment), check the longitudinal, axle, and articulated joints. But it is a complicated task that an unskilled buyer should outsource to a professional. On top of that, a vehicle assessor will be able to catch traces of any "untypical" repairs. It is crucial to check the car thoroughly before you buy it, so you can avoid paying more in a long run.