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How To Buy A Car During This Pandemic?

Coronavirus has equally affected every industry, and people’s lives are in turmoil because of it. However, if you’re looking to purchase a car, worry not! You can actually buy a vehicle from your home these days. Many options are now available in the market as dealers are offering great bargains if you plan on making your next purchase.

Oh, and we cannot forget to mention that lending rates are comparatively lower than ever, as well. So if you want some financial help while purchasing a car, you can get loans from banks too! We know you might have some more questions in your mind, though. So we’ll try to answer them for you.

Will the car be delivered to me during the outbreak?

While dealerships are being shut for maintenance, there are signs that dealers are still willing to do everything in their power to help you during the outbreak. Since almost every business has been hit hard these days, and people are not ready to buy anything anytime soon, dealers are looking forward to providing the best service that they can offer just to snatch a sale.

Some of the services may include providing the delivery of the car right at the doorstep of customers. Yes, you read that sentence right! E-signing of documents and proper sanitization protocols will even be followed before the delivery.

How soon can I get my car?

Global sales of G-Class increased by 60% in 2019.

Numerous car factories have indeed shut down their doors to help limit the spread of the virus, which additionally means that factories aren’t manufacturing cars. But although some retailers are advising people on how much they have to wait until their car gets delivered, certain car companies have cars stockpiled at distant locations. They may run a check through their database and can provide the vehicle at your doorstep in limited time.

Is there a chance that a dealer or a private buyer could take my car in part-exchange?

Car sales have declined amid the recession and the coronavirus. But yes, some companies would take your car in part-exchange. However, there are specific rules that one has in doing such a transaction. The buyer and the seller mustn’t get physical, talk from an appropriate distance, and shouldn’t spend a long time together. Sales meetings must be done online to limit the spread of coronavirus, as well.

Could a used or a new car be infected by coronavirus?

To be honest, one can never be sure about used cars. But when it comes to new vehicles, they are being sterilized enough to get rid of any germs stuck on the surface. Keep in mind that the coronavirus survives for a different amount of time, depending on the surface type.

Nowadays, it is advised to get extra cautious while touching surfaces that are made of plastic or steel. If you plan on exchanging cars with a private buyer, ask the to-be-exchanged vehicle to be sanitized first.

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