2 checklists with step-by-step instructions to save you time, effort, money and grief! On The Phone - in 10 minutes you'll know if you want to view that car At The Viewing - in 10 minutes you'll know if the car and the seller are straight.
You don’t get dirty hands.
You don’t crawl under cars.
You don’t need any mechanical knowledge at all. More
'How To Avoid Being Stuffed With The Car You Don’t Want!' was recommended by UK Government’s Trading Standards Central Office CEO, James Humble, who, on reading the editor’s final draft, said, “If every member of the public used this guide when buying a car, be it new or used, our job would be a lot simpler - and their rights, when things go wrong, would be a lot stronger.“
'How To Avoid Being Stuffed With The Car You Don’t Want!' was recognised as an approved product by UK Government’s Driving Standards Agency for inclusion in their learner driver publication ’Drive On’.
'How To Avoid Being Stuffed With The Car You Don’t Want!' was reviewed by The Scotsman newspaper’s motoring correspondent who said, “'How to Avoid Being Stuffed With a Car You Don’t Want' is, as the title suggests, a no-holds-barred bible for potential car buyers. It has detailed easy to follow steps to take on the road to buying a used car using two check lists.”
'How To Avoid Being Stuffed With The Car You Don’t Want!' incorporates two checklists,
The first, Xpert Help On The Phone is a conversational checklist that talks you through your phone enquiry, flags up the correct responses to your questions and warns you when the responses are suspect.
The second checklist, Xpert Help At The Viewing has step-by-step, easy-to-follow procedures for over 200 checkpoints. Checkpoints are organised into groupings so that, at the end of your viewing, you can see at a glance what the car's failing are and act accordingly. There are also price deductions for common failures incorporated in the check points to help you obtain a realistic sale price.
At the end of the checklists there are Seller's Declaration and Receipt for deposits and deal conclusion. Finally there is a summary of Do's Don't & Nevers to help you keep your focus.
There are 100s if not 1000s of car aid books around. All of them share the same fundamental failing. They were written by experts/enthusiasts. The problem with experts/enthusiasts is that they assume that you - the reader - knows something. 'How To Avoid Being Stuffed With The Car You Don't Want!' was not written by an expert/enthusiast. And it assumes that you - the reader - knows next to nothing about cars.
There is only one book in existence that can do all this for you and it is;- 'How To Avoid Being Stuffed With The Car You Don't Want!'
Hi! My name is Louis lesCrooge. I used to be a UK trained and registered optometrist and one-time founder of The Softlens Practice of Soho, London. Now I'm just a UK trained optometrist with time on his hands.