When buying a car in Kenya, I am sure that you might come across the term accident-free. This is because most car dealers like to declare cars as accident-free to inform the buyers in advance.
When buying a car, you should always check on whether it has been involved in an accident or not. below are some reasons why you should avoid accidents in automobiles.
The moment a vehicle is involved in an accident, there are very low chances of you surviving another accident in the vehicle. This is because the structural integrity of the vehicle has been compromised and it is not safe for use. This explains why some people prefer to sell their cars as parts once involved in accidents.
2. High repair costs.
When a vehicle is involved in an accident, you should prepare to produce a lot of money in terms of maintenance and repairs. This is because most people hurriedly fix cars that have been involved in accidents to get rid of them as fast as possible. These fixes often wear out after some time leaving the buyer with a huge repair bill in the end.
In conclusion, buying an accident car is not that bad, however, you should try as much as possible to analyze the extent of the damage to avoid regrets in the future.
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