How not to run into hidden problems in the car when buying

There are many professional stores, but even they are not immune to defects. Moreover, the highest quality car cannot avoid defects. And the worst is when a used car is on the market: it is necessary to check it as qualitatively as possible. Any factors may influence the performance of such car: mileage, exploitation and other. But if you buy a used car, you should also pay attention to the history of the car: it can be a drowned car, an accident participant and other car troubles. All these things create a lot of problems in the future when using a used car.
1) First, you need to ask the sellers the right questions. If you have picked up a car for yourself, the first thing to do is to contact the dealer or private dealer to discuss the technical condition. Questions should be specific, precise. Any discrepancy should alert you. For example, it is worth asking about the equipment of the car. In this case it is necessary to make sure that the submitted advertisement really corresponds. It is necessary to ask for facts, which are already specified: for example, ask how many airbags are in the car and whether there is a climate control.
2) Ask questions in order to find out the details of the car's history. It is necessary to find out if the car was serviced at the dealer. For example, the seller may claim that the car was recently serviced at a technical center: ask him if there are any documents about this fact? Let's remind, such may be receipts and service book. If the service was recently serviced, and the documents are not available to you - it's an alarming call.
3) Questions for the owner of the car, if you are buying from a private individual, should be as accurate. Ask how many owners the car had, who was the last, how the car was driven. You should especially focus on why the seller decided to sell the car. This is quite a serious decision for every car enthusiast, so most often you can run into a fraud or just a "cheating" person, who is trying to disguise the shortcomings of the car and quickly get rid of the defective car.
4) Finally, take into account all the details during the inspection of the car. Note that the inspection should be done on a dry and clear day, with daylight. Street lighting can create additional glare on the body, which also allows you to hide certain defects and irregularities. Be sure to bring a friend or acquaintance, or better yet, a professional you trust. The car should not be warmed up before you come: the car should be inspected with a cold engine.
On the body, pay attention to every scratch. For example, any asymmetrical gaps may signal poor assembly after painting the car as a result of a past accident. Cosmetic defects may not signal a defect, but rust can. Rust can hide inside the body, in this case you need to find small bubbles on the surface of the body to find it.
Pay special attention to the doors - if they close easily and freely, it means that the hinges have already had a very long life.
Finally, you need to pay attention to the optics to determine its tightness. Here you need to involve a helper, who will alternately turn on the necessary equipment, and you - to observe.
New tires can also indicate a drop in the car's mileage.

Before buying a car we recommend you to look at car pictures like a car interior and trunk to understand, this will help you understand if the owner has changed something in the car.
The listed markers are a must to consider. There are plenty of scammers in the auto world.