A vehicle is not merely something to move one from place to place but also speaks of the owner. Whether it is a two- or four-wheeler, or even a truck or van, buying and selling a new or used vehicle is most easily done through placing vehicles ads in newspapers.
These ads take any of three forms:
Because vehicles are expensive, many buyers first check out the classified ads in the newspapers. The vehicles section of a newspaper classified page comprises several ads inviting buyers to also think of second-hand models. Such ads provide full vehicle specifications such as the year of first purchase, condition, price, colour, condition, model number, etc. Sometimes, the ads mention the mileage, number of past users and any other special features of the vehicle.
Automobile ads in newspapers also include ads in the newspapers which tell prospective buyers about where to find the most suitable accessories for the vehicle. These could be for every kind of wheeled conveyance - like cars, motor cycles, jeeps, scooters, trucks, vans and even bicycles.
The 2-wheeler segment is doing huge business in India in both the brand new and pre-owned segments. A new motor cycle can cost as much as Rs 50,000 and more while a used one can come for anywhere above Rs 25,000.
The advantage of checking out the classified ad columns is that one can have direct dealings with the seller or buyer and, since there is no third party involved, come to a reasonable price. The buyer also gets the liberty to choose the best offer among all the people contacted from the classified ads list.
Then again, every kind of vehicle of every kind of user needs periodic maintenance. Also, vehicle workshops too need to advertise since there are any number of them â€“ some operating almost next to each other. Similarly, those using vehicles to transport goods or for training people to drive need the help of advertising to get ahead of competition. Since the costs of vehicles can be prohibitive for some people, auto-finance companies can help them out, but they too need to advertise themselves to attract sufficient business. Many banks regularly indulge in this practice as can be periodically seen in newspapers.
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Newspaper ads make it easier to promote products on a larger scale because the daily press is the largest medium and the most flexible and cost-effective. Therefore, you benefit when you book vehicles classified ads in all leading newspapers such as The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Dainik Jagran, Amar Ujala, Navbharat Times, Hindustan Hindi, The Indian Express, Dainik Bhaskar, The Tribune, Gujarat Samachar, Maharashtra Times, Malayala Manorama, Eenadu, Daily Thanthi, The Hindu, The New Indian Express, Prajavani, Anandabazar Patrika, Assam Tribune, Daily Aj and about 1000 other members of the Indian Newspaper Society (INS).
From anywhere in India, when it comes to placing vehicle advertisements in newspapers, the quickest and simplest way is through the online advertising facility, Myadvtcorner of an INS-accredited, full-function ad agency, Mind Makers Communications Pvt Ltd., which offers free media services that include, among other things, the latest rates of any vehicle ad in any newspaper in any language and, wherever possible, vehicles ad samples.
So, get going to get noticed since such ads offer an edge over others.