So, the first check of the car takes place before the meeting with the seller. There is a high probability of getting scammed, so study the ad carefully, and then contact the seller. For example, if you are buying a Honda Accord VTech Sport, do not rush to send the seller money as a down payment, make an appointment, and make sure that the seller really exists. The meeting should start with a document check and an external inspection of the car. If there are several scratches, broken parts on the body (headlight, bumper, door handles), then the car was poorly followed. Be sure to try a ride in the car and listen for extraneous sounds. What is your opinion about this?