I can't drive two vehicles at once. If I take another car then I can't take my new car home at that moment. But if there's some sort of complication and I don't get the car if I take the bus I'll have to take the bus back home. I live about 5 hours from the dealer I'm interested
I can't drive two vehicles at once. If I take another car then I can't take my new car home at that moment. But if there's some sort of complication and I don't get the car if I take the bus I'll have to take the bus back home. I live about 5 hours from the dealer I'm interested in.
I've got good credit (over 700) and have $3000 to put down on a $12,000 vehicle. What are the odds I won't be able to drive this car back home so I can decide whether to take the bus or not.
?: When I bought a car about 6 months ago, I asked the seller of my new car if I could leave my old car there for a few days until I could get a ride. It turned into a week and I got someone off craigslist to drive me to get my old car.
If you are buying from a dealer, they would almost certainly help you get the new car home.
But they would also let you leave your old car there and you could take the bus later.
I used to be a car dealer and would buy cars from dealer auctions. I would always drive my old car there and then worry about arrangements after I bought another car.
I used to catch rides with other dealers, from the auction and also take the bus,
One time I sold my car at the auction and needed a ride home. The auction was driving someone to the airport so they agreed to drop me off. What ticked me off is they wouldn't drive 1/4 of a mile and take me to my car, rather they let me get out on the side of the interstate and walk.
Someone who is logical and intelligent would work things out with the bank or finance company and get pre-approved before they go. Apparently you're not one of those types of people.
I'd say buy closer to home.
how about getting it towed