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Large numbers of Brits have bought cars without taking them for a test drive first, according to a leading used cars website.

One in five motorists in the UK don't take the car out for a drive before they part with their money, claims research from

The survey also found that over 75 per cent of Brits felt "out of their depth" when trying to buy a car, with intimidated buyers into acting before they think.

Recognising this, has written a free guide designed to educate buyers on what to say and do when making the purchase of a new vehicle.

Alan Hazelhurst at said: "We've created a free car buying guide to provide consumers with simple, easy to use, jargon-free tips to consider when choosing a car.

"We aim to take the mystery out of the whole car buying process."

A recent study by the Office of Fair Trading found that more work was required to make used car dealers aware of the law and buyers aware of their rights.ADNFCR-2576-ID-19706292-ADNFCR

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