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Truck Trader - Using Online Classifieds to Buy or Sell a Used Truck

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Are you thinking of buying or selling a used truck through classifieds like Truck Trader magazine? Why do people choose to buy a truck through classifieds such as the Truck Trader magazine rather than a dealership? What are some suggestions to make the buying and selling experience safer for both parties? How can the internet make the experience with truck trader and classifieds easier?

People buy and sell used trucks through publications and online classifieds like a truck trader because they can save money. Sellers offer lower prices than most dealerships because they could not get even that much for the truck as a trade in. Buyers are happy to pay the lower prices they get in a magazine such as Truck Trader, and are willing to put forth the effort to get their own financing and get the car checked at a mechanic because of they money they can save.

When you buy a truck through classifieds like Truck Trader, you need to be very cautious to make sure that not only is the truck the “great deal” that you think it is, but also that you are treated fairly by the seller. After you have decided what kind of truck you would like to buy, you will need to Blue Book it to get a good idea of what a fair price is. Once you find a truck in Truck Trader that you are interested in buying, you should make sure that the seller will allow you to take the car to a mechanic of your choice to get it checked out and check it out on CARFAX as well to see if it has been in any accidents. You should offer a cash down payment to provide the seller with “earnest money.” Financing can be done through your bank, credit union, or an online loan company.

Truck Trader and other classified magazines are also good for sellers. You can advertise your used truck to a wide audience. Offer a fair price that you can find in a Blue Book and write an ad that emphasizes the positives such as low miles. Before any potential buyer takes the car for a test drive, positively ID them, and you can even ask for something as collateral such as a down payment if they want to take it to a mechanic.

The internet makes it easy for you to list your used truck if you are a seller, and it makes it easy to find and narrow down your choices if you are a buyer. You will find other resources such as financing, Blue Book info, and tips for both buyers and sellers as well.

Eriani Doyel writes articles about Trucks. If you would like more information about a truck trader visit daytruck.com