Purchasing a new car can be risky business. There are several things you should do in order to ensure you are making a good investment in your used car purchase, such as: taking the vehicle for a test drive, getting a certified mechanic to perform a pre-purchase inspection, and obtaining a vehicle history report.
What is a Vehicle History Report?
A vehicle history report is sometimes referred to as a used car report or a VIN check.
In summer, temperatures can climb rapidly. Inside a closed vehicle that sits all day in the sun, the average temperature is about twenty degrees hotter than the temperature outside. If you have dark upholstery, like dark blue, black or brown, your car heats up faster than a convection oven in the summer time because it attracts more of the sun's rays and holds in more heat. To reduce the temperature in your car such that you are not drowning in your own sweat on your drive home, you can use window films.