With so many options, how do you find the best used car at the best price?

Autos: Choosing a Used Car

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Low Mileage Car

contributed by Tammy

If you are in the market for an affordable low-mileage used car, consider a salvage. In some states, the law reads if the vehicle can't be driven from the accident it gets a salvage title. I found a guy who buys salvage cars that require little work, repairs them, and sells them cheap. I just bought a two year old car with 20,000 miles on it, fully loaded, for $5,500.

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