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Updated by Linda Garliardi on Sep 16, 2014
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Ways on How to Buy Used Trucks

Here's a list on how to buy used trucks in a safest way that you will also save lots of money.

Questions on Buying Used Trucks

Trucks Used vehicle buyers go truck shopping for a variety of reasons. Some buyers own their own businesses andneed a truck to use as a work truck. Other buyers want a truck to use for those occasional times when theyneed to haul something. And die-hard truck lovers prefer trucks to cars.

HowStuffWorks "Top 5 Ways to Get a Good Deal on a Car"

Top 5 Ways to Get a Good Deal on a Car Buying a car is no trivial matter. If you don't plan to buy a house, a car may very well be the most expensive purchase you'll ever make -- one that you'll spend several years paying off.

How to Buy a Used Commercial Truck

Edit Article Two Methods: Finding a Used Commercial Truck to Buy Financing a Used Commercial Truck Buying a used commercial truck is a great way to start your business, or upgrade the equipment you have in your existing business.

What Should I Consider When Buying Truck Tires?

Purchasing new truck tires is a little more involved than driving to a dealer and asking for a new set. There are several considerations that you should always take into account before making a purchase of this magnitude. By choosing the right tires, you will save money and also keep yourself and your family safer on the road.

How to Buy the Best Used Truck

Are you looking for a used truck? You'll find a little of everything out there, from rundown trucks suitable to haul trash to feature-rich trucks comfortable enough to use as daily drivers.

Buying Used Truck Tips |

Q. What should I look for in a used truck? I'm looking to spend around $2500. I'm getting a pickup to haul stuff and travel to and from work (5 miles one way). I'm mechanically declined. What should I ask the seller? What potential red flags should I look for?

How to Maintain a Truck: Tips When Buying a Used Pickup

Not long ago the ruggedest, most versatile farm utility vehicle made anywhere was the pickup truck manufactured by the American automotive industry. Like most Detroit brain children, it was a mother-bear to work on . . .