The value of a used car inspection.

It’s a safe bet that we have all purchased something and a short time later kicked ourselves for being so blind. We think to ourselves, “How could I have thought this was ok?” or “Why didn’t anyone tell me?” or “How could I have been so clueless?” The pain of regret can be hard to get past. Believe me, I’m still trying to get over feelings like these stemming from the Zubaz pants craze from the 90’s…

That is a primary goal of Integrity Auto Inspections. No, not bringing back the Zubaz. Helping people make informed used vehicle purchases that bring satisfaction and peace of mind. Helping people get a clear understanding of the condition and safety of a vehicle that they are considering purchasing. It can be a large investment for most of us and to be unsure of what we are really buying can be a very scary idea. And with the assurance and convenience of our on-site inspections, we have taken away all the roadblocks to the peace of mind everyone searches for.

Hopefully, most people know that having a car inspected before a purchase is a wise thing. Simple little details that might go unnoticed to an un-trained eye can be clear indicators of big trouble to someone who really knows what to look for.  This can put power in the buyer’s hands to confidently negotiate a fair purchase or even to walk away from something that might not be the best vehicle for them.

On the other side of the transaction, sellers can highlight the exceptional way they have maintained their vehicle. A inspection for them can mean small details un-covered that might have incorrectly scared away potential buyers. It can also showcase the good value that this vehicle is compared to the sea of competitors out there. If you had two potential new vehicles in mind, one impartially inspected and the other not, wouldn’t you lean towards the one willing to pay for a full disclosure of it’s true condition? It can make a world of difference.

In short, Benjamin Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” With today’s transmission repairs running into several thousand dollars, it sure takes a lot of pounds of cure to balance out that preventative ounce…

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