Buy wiser

Read The Rubber

Buying a second-hand car? Check out its tyres for some extra info. For instance, if they’re wearing unevenly, the wheels might need balancing, the car might have suspension problems or the shock absorbers might need to be replaced.

Negotiate For New

New-car sales are down dramatically which means dealers are even hungrier for business. So, when buying new, push for the best possible deal, like a substantial discount and some free accessories too.

Buy a Run-out Model

When a car is about to be replaced by a newer model, you can generally score a deal on the run-out model. Study car mags (like WOW) to see which vehicles are due to be replaced… and then sit back and count the savings!