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Now that you've decided to purchase a boat for your household, you'll want to find a reliable dealer to work with who will help you make the best buying decision for your personal needs. It's a good idea to schedule consultation appointments with multiple dealers before deciding who to work with so you have a clear understanding of what you can expect throughout the boat purchasing process. Here are a few considerations you should make when choosing a boat dealer to buy from:
Who Has Inspected the Boats for Sale?
Whether you intend to buy a new or used boat, it's important to make sure that you understand who has inspected the boats being offered for sale at each potential dealership you consider working with. Make sure that licensed mechanics or structural engineers are the ones visually looking over each boat and its specifications to ensure safety and reliability. The boat dealer you decide to work with should be willing to provide you with an inspection checklist that outlines everything that has been inspected on the boat you're buying and condition reports for all the major components.
What Ongoing Services are Offered?
Before deciding which boat dealership you are going to buy from, find out what kinds of ongoing services each potential facility has to offer. Are repair services available on-site or will you have to travel to the closest experienced mechanic? Can appointments for maintenance services be made throughout the year? Are reminders for maintenance tasks sent out before they need to be done? Make a list of all the services each potential dealer is offering and then compare the information to figure out which service provider is likely to meet your needs and preferences as time goes on.
Are Any Extended Warranties Available?
While the boat you purchase will likely come with a manufacturer warranty of some kind, it's a good idea to find out whether or not you can get an extended warranty for your boat before bringing it home. Extended warranties typically cover all major components that are expensive to repair for several years after a boat purchase, which should make it easy to get things fixed and keep your boat in the water without having to take care of all the repair expenses out of your own pocket. Ask for actual copies of the policies that are available so you have plenty of time to compare the coverage and copay differences before purchasing your boat.
With these considerations in mind, it should be easy to find a boat dealer, like Captain's Village Marina, to work with.Share
8 July 2016