If your car has been in a collision, you may assume that you can ignore certain repairs that need to be done and just drive with a few minor dents and dings. In truth, this can actually put your safety at risk during a future accident. Consider why this is and why you should always have your car repaired and fully restored after any accident. 1. Windshields need to be in good repair at all times
I've always driven used cars, and when I first started driving, I made some costly decisions and bought a couple of cars that just weren't worth the money I spent on them. I knew I needed to learn how to inspect a car's engine and how to spot warning signs when I was buying a used car, so I started reading everything I could find on the topic, including basic car mechanics and maintenance. I started this blog to share what I've learned over the years, and I hope my tips will prevent other new drivers buying used cars that will drain their wallet and sap the enjoyment out of driving. I hope you find my posts informative and useful.