If you are one of the people who think that commuting is inconvenient and more time-consuming, then maybe it is time for you to buy yourself a car or motorcycle to get around the metro. Generally, buying a vehicle can be quite expensive and all but if you do not mind using a second-hand car for yourself, then there would be no big issue regarding money spending. To help many Filipinos attain their goals of owning a vehicle, surplus shops have offered low-priced products that are usually imported from neighbouring countries like Japan and Korea. Surplus shops display various vehicles such as motorcycles and bikes, sedan cars, sports-utility vehicles (SUVs), passenger carriers, and even industrial vehicles.
Price ranges can vary depending on the type of vehicle but nevertheless, they are relatively more affordable compared to newly manufactured ones. In addition, there are also surplus shops that specialise in providing only quality used tires for different cars and vehicles. These tires are also displayed at greatly reduced prices so customers can have access to quality tires that fit their vehicles. Payment schemes for surplus vehicles are basically similar with typical car sellers. Surplus shops offer flexible credit terms and light payment methods. Monthly rates are reasonable enough so that the normal consumer will have no issue with paying for the vehicle. Despite the global financial crisis, it is still feasible to own and drive your own car with the help of sprouting surplus shops around the metro.