The Globe and Mail columnist and former CBC producer Paul Braid’s new book, What You Don’t Know About Cars, is the subject of a special CBC Radio Canada program today.
Braid spoke to the panelists for an hour-long discussion, but also offered up a few thoughts on how to make the best of a second-sale transaction.
When you sell a car, you don’t want to buy a car that you already own or that’s used, because you want the car to last as long as possible.
If you’re in a situation where you’re a new owner, that’s not necessarily the case.
You can buy a used car from someone who has been in a garage, or even a garage that they have had for a few years.
You don’t have to worry about it being a car with a brand new sticker on it.
You want to be able to say, “I bought this car and I’m going to use it for the rest of my life.”
You want the second-seller to have a good story, and that story should be true.
And that means being able to buy the car that is the most up-to-date with what you want.
It can be a bit tricky to buy second-sellers, because the first-seller has to make an offer.
You may have to negotiate a price with the second seller, but that’s usually what you have to do.
I like to think of it this way: If you can sell it for $25,000, you’re the first to get it.
But if you’re going to take a chance on it and buy it for half the price, you can afford to wait until you’re sure that you’re getting the best deal.
The other advantage of buying second-sales is that you can see if the car is working out well for you.
It can help you decide if you should buy a new car or take a year off and then buy the same car and try again.
If you buy a second car that’s being used, it will probably have a lot of issues.
It might be getting too hot, it might not be running properly, it could have a broken rear window, a cracked bumper, or maybe a damaged engine bay.
That’s something that you’ll need to talk to the seller about.
And if you have a question about that, you might be able a second seller can help with that.
If it’s a brand-new car, a new front end, it’s not something you’re likely to want to take the chance on.
But it could be something you do have a problem with.
What I think is very important is that there is no obligation on the seller to sell the car.
You just need to do your best to make sure that it’s the best car for you, for the buyer, and for the seller.
And there’s a lot to think about, but you have no obligation to do it.
So it’s all up to the buyer and seller to figure out what the best decision for the consumer is.