Winter Car Buying
||By Anna Finger
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Winter is here, and it appears that it will be here for a few months. Cabin fever will settle in, and before long, you will be staring out the window every
morning wondering how long this will last. The longing for warmer days will have its grip on most of us, and spring cannot get here soon enough. Shoveling snow
is great exercise, but let's face it, it very quickly grows tedious. When all the winter projects dry up, and there seems like there is nothing left to do,
splurge on yourself and buy a car.
Let's put a little twist on this car buying topic. Instead of going to the local dealer and purchasing something for everyday transportation, think outside of
the box. How about a cool, wind in your hair, sports car? A sports car in the dead of winter? Before many of you think this author has lost their collective mind,
let's further explain. One of the better times to buy a "summer" car is in the middle of a long winter. If you have found one for sale, it will be in storage with
the payment intact for the current owner. Along with the usual car insurance premiums and car payments if applicable. Maybe this current owner is fed up with paying for
something they can't use. The timing is perfect for you to buy that car. Sure, the expenses will shift from them to you, but the deal you got will outweigh the added expense.
After sealing the deal, and driving the new car to its winter den, the real fun begins. The time available to really check over the car for needed repairs is
there. After going through the car and getting it ready for the first outing in warm weather, you can rest assured that it is 100 percent ready for the summer
season. Some things like a wash and wax job may have to wait until warmer weather, but think of all the new people you will meet who are doing the same thing at
the local car wash. This car buying deal is starting to make perfect sense, isn't it? If parking the car in your own mancave garage, this is also a good excuse
to get out into the cave and spend quality man time as well.
Buying a car in the winter time, and a sports car at that, makes perfect sense to those who think this way. Who knows? Maybe in the dog days of summer you will
go snowmobile shopping.