Buyer’s remorse is a real thing. Everybody has bought something they thought would be a perfect addition to their life, only to find it isn’t the right fit. When this happens, you have two options: keep it and let the money go to waste, or return it. The latter is always the best option, yet it isn’t as simple as it sounds. If there is a contract in place or strict terms and conditions, the seller might not offer a refund or an exchange.
So, what are you supposed to do? How are you meant to avoid bad deals in life? To find out, continue reading.
A car is a valuable asset. It gets you from A to B and often has a decent resale value. However, as an industrial item, anything can go wrong at any time. The last thing you want is a piece of junk which won’t start or run without breaking down. That’s why it’s smarter to get a lease these days. With a rental, you can return it for a new model without any fuss or hassle. You’ll still have to pay, but at least you’ll get the asset you paid for in the first place. Otherwise, make sure the vehicle comes with an extended warranty and the relevant documents.