Every time I consider buying a used car, the image of Danny DeVito playing the role of Matilda’s dad pops to my head, and I know I’m not alone: buying a car can be complicated and confusing, and a great thing to procrastinate over. Invest some of that complimentary office DSL to take a look at this site, home of Auction Direct USA, a used car auction platform, which actually owns dealerships in New York, Atlanta, Raleigh and Jacksonville.
By singing up to the site, you can browse the available listings, and bid for the car you like, plus note that this company charges a fixed price, so buy the car you like and stop worrying about the commission rising. I was thrilled to discover that you can read your car’s history from the site, to learn what kind of mechanic problems it’s had, which definitely comes in handy if you are buying your car over the internet. If you don’t live in the north east, don’t worry about not being able to take advantage of these resources; rather take a look at the shipping policies to find an estimate of how much it will cost to get your car home, and be thrilled to find it’s probably more reasonable to buy used from this site and have it shipped to your home than buying new in a local dealership.