If you’re giving your high school graduate the gift of motion in the form of a new vehicle this year there are many things to consider. Gas mileage, maintenance and repair cost, tire replacement cost, cost of insurance and safety history are a few of the many things that come into play when deciding on a vehicle for your graduate.
Obviously smaller vehicles with smaller engines get the best gas mileage but small vehicles are more dangerous in accidents. Older model vehicles may have lower insurance costs but may not be as reliable as a newer one. So how do you decide? The most important concern for many parents is safety. Check out the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to check a vehicles safety record.
Once you have chosen a vehicle that you trust is safe also be sure to check the service history of the vehicle with a CARFAX report. Look for vehicles that have a clean service record. The more service records there are the better shape the vehicle is probably in. After checking these items out you’ll be more certain that you have chosen the right vehicle for your graduate.
Instant Auto has over 400 high quality, full serviced and inspected, cars, trucks, and SUV’s to choose from.. Plus, with No Credit Check financing all you need is proof of a job, insurance, and a home address and you can drive away in less than 30 minutes. At Instant Auto you can expect excellent service and high quality vehicles! Check out our inventory here or fill out an application online.
As your graduate heads off to college remind them to stay safe! Don’t text and drive. Don’t drink and drive.
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