If you want a new car, but have no idea where to start looking, how to find a good deal, or even whether to buy new or second-hand, this is an ideal book for you. It covers everything from the basics of research, buying online and abroad, from dealers and specialists, to the first days in your new purchase (what does that button do?). It will offer sensible and basic tips for car maintenance, including everything from safety checks on tyres, to checking oil and even how to wash, polish, and remove stubborn scratches or persistent dog hairs. With advice on everything from warranties to insurance and how to cope with a breakdown, it is ideal for any of the 10 million people who bought a new or used car in 2005.
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Offering comprehensive coverage of all stages, from research to selling on, this book is designed to teach readers of all backgrounds and ages how to buy, maintain and generally 'own' one of the biggest, and most safety-sensitive, purchases they will make during their lifetimeAbout the Author:
John Henderson is a freelance journalist/photographer specialising in motoring and equestrian photography. He writes for 'Land Rover Owner', 'Land Rover Monthly', 'Used Car Buyer', 'Autocar', 'What Car?' 'The Times', 'Men Only' and was previously a fstaff writer and tester on 'Performance Car', and 'Motor' magazines
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071496874