When it comes to buying a used or second-hand car, it should come with a “Buyers Beware” pamphlet to make sure your car is not a lemon.
There are often some clear tell-tale signals and some not-so-clear signs that your potential new car isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
According to this study, about two-thirds of lemon cars will start to have problems within about a month of you buying it.
Buying a used car can save you a ton of money in the short term, but in the long run, you might be paying more in maintenance fees for repairing the car.
Here are some signs to tell that the car that you want is actually a lemon: