Are you looking for a new car, and want to take it for a spin first? Here’s how to maximise a test drive, and ensure you’re getting a full sense of the car
It might seem obvious, but the first thing you’ll need to do on a test drive is show your driver’s license, so you can prove to the dealer or car owner that you’re licensed. Another tip before you begin is to take someone with you who can experience the drive with you as a passenger, and who can be a good sounding board if you need it.
No matter what your budget is, you should be after a safe and comfortable car, that drives smoothly, and can easily handle braking, hills and steering.
Here’s your checklist when test driving:
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Driving takes all of our concentration at the best of times. Driving in the rain is much more difficult. In wet conditions, it’s imperative to understand how to safely manoeuvre your vehicle and avoid weather-related car accidents. Responsible driving means that you’ll be more likely to complete your journey safely.