Buying a car
OK so what's the story with buying a car in Italy? We were not keen on buying a new car because just about every car I have seen in Italy has dents and bumps, but I have been told that it common practice in Italy to turn back clocks on used cars!! So now we are in a bit of a quandary. Are cars generally more expensive in Italy new and used? I know motor insurance is horrendously expensive and we will need to shop around, but all suggestions welcome here.