How to buy a Metro Vancouver vehicle online
COVID-19 has seen more and more people trying to buy a vehicle online, says the Better Business Bureau, but that brings along a host of challenges.
Car dealers were among the top consumer inquiries for May, according to the local BBB, with over 2,900 requests, coming from less than 1,700 in January. “With most of these consumers trying to find vehicles online, BBB is sharing key considerations to help ensure they find what they need while also avoiding scams,” the BBB said in a news release.
“Given the stress often involved in buying a vehicle, many dealers are figuring out ways to simplify the process by moving it online. One main perk of purchasing a vehicle online is that there is less stress and emotion involved. It is easier to stay detached when chatting with someone remotely. This helps you make a clear-headed purchase. Also, any discussion you have about…