Lemon Laws Donít Protect Used Car Buyers

Written by Charles Essmeier

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will require used car dealers to have their cars inspected by certified mechanics prior to their being offered for sale. This will help, in time, but what can a potential buyer do now?

  • Ask to have a certified mechanic examinerepparttar car before purchase. Any reasonable dealer should allow you to takerepparttar 140916 car to a mechanic; if not, you should probably shop elsewhere.

  • Get a list ofrepparttar 140917 carís known problems in writing prior to purchase. Inquire as to whether you have any recourse should something go wrong afterrepparttar 140918 sale.

  • Askrepparttar 140919 salesperson ifrepparttar 140920 car has any sort of warranty, and if so, get it in writing. If they tell yourepparttar 140921 car is sold ďas isĒ, ask them to define those terms exactly.

  • Contact your local Better Business Bureau to see if they have had any complaints about that particular dealer.

  • If possible, purchase a used car from a dealership that offers certified used cars with a written warranty.

  • Buying a used car is more problematic than buying a new one. After all, a used car is one that someone else didnít want anymore. Buyers who are considering a purchase of a used car should be aware that their protection underrepparttar 140922 laws of most states is quite limited. Asking a few questions and doing some investigation prior to makingrepparttar 140923 purchase may save buyers thousands of dollars downrepparttar 140924 road.

    ©Copyright 2005 by Retro Marketing. Charles Essmeier is the owner of Retro Marketing. Retro Marketing, established in 1978, is a firm devoted to informational Websites, including LemonLawHelp.net, a site devoted to automobile lemon laws and End-Your-Debt.com, a Website devoted to information about debt consolidation and credit counseling.

    Replacement Parts for the Mercedes Benz E500 at Partstrain

    Written by Jenny McLane

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    The 2005 Mercedes E-Class has a strong chassis structure with large front and rear crumple zones, adaptive airbags, a rollover sensor that can deploy side window bags, and ``Tele Aid'' telematics to summon help inrepparttar event of a severe accident. ESP stability control, traction control, and antilock brakes with Brake Assist are all standard.

    It features a 3.2L inline-six diesel engine producing 268 horsepower and 369 ft-lbs of torque. This engine is coupled to a driver-adaptive electronic five-speed automatic transmission with Touch Shift. Other E-Class models includerepparttar 140882 E320 in Sedan or Wagon, The E500 in Sedan or AWD Sedan or Wagon, andrepparttar 140883 E55 AMG Sedan or Wagon. The E-Class offers several luxury packages, including Lighting, Entertainment, and Sunroof Packages. Other options include Keyless Go, a tire-pressure monitoring system, heated front seats, a hands-free communications system, and an audio-visual parking aid system (Parktronic).

    Shock absorbers are in abundance at Partstrain. May it be to replace a badly damaged one, to lift your car for sturdier rides or for higher ground clearance, or to lower your car for better handling. Spark Plugs too are in stock. Partstrain offers different brands of spark plugs. Every time you have a tune up, a good set of spark plugs is needed for better power output of your engine. Replacement and Aftermarket Parts are available, depending onrepparttar 140884 specifications needed.

    Just browse through http://www.partstrain.com/ShopByVehicle/MERCEDES_BENZ and you can sift through thousand of Mercedes Benz Parts , Performance Parts, Replacement Parts, Aftermarket parts which gives its customers genuine quality Mercedes fuel tank, spoiler, radiator, electrical parts, engine parts, hood, hubcaps, condenser, bumper, catalytic converter, exhaust, fender, grille and a whole lot more.

    Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.

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