Is it possible to buy a car for less than 2 000 USD? It may sound surprisingly but it's quite possible. The car called "Nano' developed by the Indian company "Tata Motors" is currently considered to be the cheapest car in the world (in its minimal package and without all the taxes that usually are included in the cost of a car) as the price of it makes up 1 979 USD or 100 000 rupees.
Everybody has to face this problem sooner or later. As a rule, newbies in driving opt for used cars due to the lack of experience. Indeed, there are lots of advantages of buying a secondhand vehicle. Firstly, it’s cheaper. You can save a lot of money as compared to buying a brand new car. Secondly, small accidents and scratches on the bodywork are almost inevitable while you are learning the science of driving. Thus, you won’t regret it that much. And finally, the repair works of an old vehicle will cost you times cheaper than those of a new car. But how to choose the best variant among used cars in order to avoid its turning into a permanent pain in the neck for you?