Im purcahsing a 2007 Entourage by Hyundai tomorow and a bit hesitant. Its low miles and it drives nice in the neighborhood. Gentlmam wont let me drive on highway because its got no tag. Anyone can help me with there thoughts? Thx

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Asked by Sep 25, 2014 at 10:43 PM about the 2007 Hyundai Entourage GLS FWD

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First thing to do,would be,run a car fax on it,this will let you know some history on it,and as far him letting you test drive it on highway,even with no tag,is weary,because you would be the one with the ticket and fine not him,so be very care full of this,sound,s like he don,t want you to go for a long run,on it.This would make me very weary of what may be wrong with it.

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Thank you so much for the response. Ran a carfax and its all clear. He has all service records on it including recalls he's taken the car in for fix. He says he doesnt like the fact that anyone can hit us and then he has to fix repairs. Im a ball of nerves and hope this doesnt bite me in the end. Car checks out completely as far as carfax. Thx again

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