Post Delivery Used Car Inspections for Carvana Online Car Purchases

Post Delivery Used Car Inspections for Online Car Dealer Purchase and Delivery Services Are you considering or have you already purchased a used car or vehicle through the new car buying process of Carvana and many others?  We think it is a pretty interesting idea on buying and trading vehicles. Taking out the expensive and high pressure middleman at the auto dealer is a great idea however it does have some downfalls of course.  Here are some reviews that we have found useful from BrightReviews.com. One of the downfalls we see is not being able to “kick the tires” or … Keep reading…

How to Spot a Scam and Fraud on Craigslist

Craigslist and other classified sites are becoming filled with more and more fraud everyday.  Here is how you can spot a scam or fraud on Craigslist or any other classified site. Not too long ago we had a client email us from Australia looking to purchase a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda in the St Louis area at Scott Air Force Base. This poor chap from Australia asked if we could inspect a vehicle inside Scott Air Force Base but said the vehicle was in some sort of logistics storage on base. Being prior military myself I know the base pretty well … Keep reading…

Top 5 Questions to Ask a Seller Before Having a Vehicle Inspected

Here are the top 5 questions to ask a seller prior to having a vehicle inspected by an independent 3rd party vehicle inspector. Here at TDT get some very common questions so we thought we would throw this quick list of questions out there for vehicle buyers to ask a seller prior to having a vehicle inspected…  Print it and keep it next to your computer when you are shopping online for quick reference.  Don’t get duped into the emotional vehicle purchase. Before you start throwing stones at me through your screen please understand that we have been in this business for a long time … Keep reading…

5 Reasons to Require a Pre-Purchase Vehicle Inspection

Every year the used car market gets worse as far as quality and honesty.  Consumers are getting into auto loans with too high of payments. Consumers are buying vehicles that are not dependable and often the seller knows it beforehand. The cost of vehicle repair is at an all-time high as well and the majority of 10 year old vehicles have to go to the manufacture dealership for repair due to the technology. We are also seeing a huge spike in pre-owned vehicle prices but at the same time depreciation after the sale is enormous. If the previous mentioned reasons … Keep reading…