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Buying a car

Buying A Car – Getting started

13 August 2012

If you want to know how to buy a car in the UK you have come to the right place. Whether you are buying a new car from a dealership or a used car privately, we’ll take you through the whole car car buying-process, making it as cost effective – and enjoyable as possible.

We’ll start by helping you find out how much your current car is worth by using our free What Car? used car valuations.

Once you’ve got your valuation, the next decision you’ll need to make is whether to go for a new or used car – we’ll even look at a third option that could prove best for you.

Next, we’ll help you choose the right make and model to suit your individual needs.

We’ll take you through What Car?’s new car reviews ; written both by our experienced road testers and real-life owners.

We’ll show you how to compare data, specifications and prices between multiple models, saving endless hours spent scouring manufacturers’ websites.

We’ll also help you make an informed decision between diesel and petrol power .

Beyond this, we’ll explain the reasons behind depreciation. while also looking at its implications when you come to sell on.

We’ll also explain how to take a test drive using What Car?’s road-test regime and reveal the nine key areas where potential cars should score top marks.

We’ll help you get the best deal, too, with invaluable tips on how to haggle with a car dealer, by combining What Car?’s haggling tips with new-car discounts that we’ve found at main dealers through our Target Price promise.

When it comes to paying for your car, we’ll take a look at how car finance works – stripping away the jargon to help you get the best deal possible.

Finally, we’ll run through the post-purchase paperwork and delivery phase. We’ll look at waiting times, handover procedures and – in the worst case – rejection of your new vehicle.

Buying any expensive item brings risks, but following our advice should make the whole process a whole lot smoother and far less stressful.


Do s and don ts of getting rid of your old car #car #floor #mats


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Do’s and don’ts of getting rid of your old car

I have only ever owned two cars, and a thief relieved me of the last one. So when it came to saying goodbye to my defunct 13-year-old Alfa estate, lying abandoned with a dead battery outside my house since November, I realised I had no idea how to actually get rid of a vehicle. Could I sell it? Scrap it? Give it away?

Every year in Britain between six and seven million used cars are sold, and two million are scrapped. The EU has introduced strict environmental rules on how cars should be disposed of through its End of Life Vehicle Directive, while new rules designed to combat copper and other metal theft have had the curious impact of making it illegal for car owners to be paid cash when scrapping a vehicle.

So what is the best way to rid yourself of an ageing car? Where can you obtain the best price? And how can you be sure the buyer isn’t some rogue who will take your car, yet leave you still liable for potential speeding tickets and fines?

Selling

Autotrader.co.uk is probably the best place to start (full disclosure: The Guardian Media Group has a 50% share in the company, although it last month announced it was selling this). You can enter your car registration and mileage for free, then it finds the vehicle and gives an immediate suggested selling price. Advertising on the site costs from 9.99 to 19.99. In my case it said the car was worth around 600. But what the computer didn’t know was that the MOT and tax was due to run out in three days’ time, there was no proper service history, and I was pretty sure it would fail the MOT – and, with a corroded battery, even jump-starting looked out of the question.

Trading in an old car when buying a new one is seen as bad value. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA

Gumtree is another option. Its chief advantage is that advertising is free (although it will encourage you to pay for premium services) and clearly the site has lots of old bangers like mine for sale. But again, with just days to go before I risked being clamped for failing to have a tax disc, I decided against.

How about Webuyanycar.com. It offered 285, but it prefers you have an MOT lasting at least one month and two sets of keys – both fails for my Alfa. Plus (something of a problem) I’d have to drive it to a local centre. and they’re not keen on non-runners in any case.

Trading in your old car when buying a new one is discouraged as bad value by many motoring experts. Back in November I bought a new car, and at that point thought it might be useful to keep the Alfa as a second vehicle, given it was still taxed and insured for a few months. But those months slip away, and I realise now that had I traded it in then (for around 400) I would have saved a lot of hassle.

Scrapping

The good news is that the days when drivers had to trawl round dodgy car breaking yards are over. Now just pop scrap my car into Google and up comes dozens of companies that promise to collect your car within days – and pay you as well.

But are these safe? The first one I emailed gave me an instant quote of 120 – and rang almost immediately, saying they’d pop round in an hour. And this was a Sunday afternoon. It’s the sort of offer that rings alarm bells; were they a registered scrap dealer? (he mumbled something about a certificate coming soon); would he pay cash? (should be able to – which later I realised is a no-no); and would it definitely be scrapped? (er, he might sell it abroad). At this point I realised more research was necessary.

Rules introduced in 2005 make it a legal requirement that any car sent to be scrapped must go to an Authorised Treatment Facility. All car scrapyards must have a licence issued by the Environment Agency or Scottish Environment Protection Agency to ensure that scrapped vehicles don’t harm the environment (all that battery acid, gearbox oil and engine parts) and that they are recycled appropriately.

All the car scrapping sites that came up on my Google search allowed me to enter my car registration and came back with quotes for how much they’d pay me. The range was between 150- 200 if I took the car to the yard, or 50 or so less if I wanted it collected from home.

You must tell the DVLA if you send your vehicle to scrap. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA

Which sites should you trust? Under the EU directive, the car manufacturers are ultimately responsible for ensuring vehicles are recycled properly, and that cars can be disposed of for free.

Many have linked up with either cartakeback.com or rewardingrecycling.co.uk. which says it has handled the destruction of 1.25m cars. Ford in the UK says cartakeback.com is its recycling partner, while Toyota is linked to rewardingrecycling.co.uk, although both sites deal with virtually all brands of car.

They don’t scrap the car themselves but get a local recycling centre to contact you. In my case, both offered around 150 for home collection.

What happens next? Dig out your V5 ownership document, follow the instructions and send the relevant part to the DVLA, which should confirm to you that you’re no longer responsible for the car. The scrap dealer should send you a Certificate of Destruction, and should also tell the DVLA you don’t own the car anymore.

If the dealer says they’ll pay you in cash it’s a sure sign they are dodgy. Under the Scrap Metal Dealers Act, introduced last October to combat metal theft, particularly copper from railway lines, it is illegal for anyone to pay cash for scrap cars. Most will issue a cheque or make a payment directly into your bank account. When selling, you have to give proof of identification, such as your driving licence or passport.

Remember to claw back any road tax or insurance you have on the vehicle. You can reclaim any unused complete months of road tax from the DVLA by downloading form V14 and returning it along with your tax disc to the DVLA.

Giving it away

There are a number of organisations that will take your clapped-out car and donate the money to charity. The leading one is giveacar.co.uk. while cartakeback.com operates charitycar.co.uk. Oxfam runs a donation service at oxfam.org.uk. which since 2006 has raised 100,000-plus through the sale of more than 350 cars.


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3 Tips for Getting a Cheap Title Car Loan

March 18, 2013

In order to get a cheap title car loan. it s important to bear certain things in mind. A car title loan is an easily acquired loan given by financial institutions, mostly bad credit loan lenders or title loan companies, to persons who give the title of their car as security against the loan. The interest rates for such loans generally vary from 30 percent to 300 percent. These loans are short-term and have to be paid within 30 days. If unpaid, they may be renewed or the lender might repossess the car, if the loan cannot be renewed. It s thus best to make note of certain tips.

Get A Free Car Loan Quote

Research every possible source for the car loan. Check at least 5 title loan companies to get the best deal. Take the car, spare keys, your monthly income statement, and the title of the car to various companies to get a good rate. It s also important to find out the requirements to get the loan. Ask about the loan amount, the payment amount, and how much of the payment would go towards repaying the principal.

Act quickly and make small payments throughout the month to reduce the principal. On no account, should you get behind on the interest. This will ensure you pay off the loan on time and retain possession of your car.

Lower Interest Rates

If you have recently lost your job or gone through a divorce, the title loan company might be more understanding and offer a loan at a lower interest rate, so advise them of the same. In addition, there are different types of bad credit finance loans and the institution would be able to suggest one best suited to you. It s also important to remember that the interest rate would be dependent on the condition of the car and your current income.

See what kind of interest rates you can get

It s necessary to be sure you have enough money coming in within 30 days to repay the loan, as a title car loan should be your last option, and this ought to be paid off at the earliest.


Sell a Car With a Loan – Getting Rid of Financed Autos #auto #classifieds


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Sell a Car with a Loan

By Justin Pritchard. Banking/Loans Expert

Justin Pritchard helps consumers navigate the world of banking.

You want to sell your car but you borrowed money to buy it. How can you unload the thing while you still owe money? Without the title, the process is tricky. However, it is possible to sell a car with a loan still outstanding.

Ask First

They’ve certainly heard the question before, and they can lay out the process for you. If you don t have any luck (or you can t do it exactly the way they want), read on.

The Payoff

You’ll need to know how much you still owe your lender — right down to the penny. Technically, you probably won’t sell your car with the loan outstanding. Instead, chances are you ll unwind the loan while (or ideally before) you sell the car. Ask your lender for a ‘payoff amount,’ which will tell you exactly how much they need — and when they need it — to close out your loan.

You may not know exactly when you’ll pay your lender, because you may not know when the car will sell. In that case, the payoff amount will change over time as interest and payments affect your loan balance. To sell your car with the loan still in place, ask your lender how the loan amount changes with each day that passes (the process is similar to using a mortgage payoff letter ); they can calculate how much to add or subtract.

The Title

You’ll also need the title when you sell your car. While you might be able to sell without possession of the title, it’s a lot easier if you have the title handy.

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Titles are handled differently depending on your state of residence — one more reason to call your lender, and you may need to call your local DMV. Find out what it takes to get access to the title (or a lien release), how long it will take to get the actual document in your hands, and so on; set your buyer’s expectations so the deal goes smoothly — and so it gets completed.

Get Rid of the Loan

If possible, the best thing to do is to pay your loan off long before selling the car. Get a clear title that you can simply sign over. This is most attractive to buyers, so you’ll have an easier time getting the price you want. Selling your car with a loan attached may spook some buyers away.

Remember that you’ll get cash after you sell the car, so you may be able to replace whatever funds you use to pay off the loan. If you’re upside-down on your auto loan. it’s not so simple. Consider all the options and pick one you can live with, including:

If You Trade With a Dealer

Trading in your car is easier than selling it to an individual. Dealers commonly handle transactions like this, and they’ll handle all the paperwork behind the scenes. After paying off your loan ahead of time, it’s the second best option.

However, the ease trading in a car with a loan does not come for free; you may not get the best price for your car. In addition, you may end up transferring debt from one automobile to another, which can eventually snowball out of control. If you’re upside-down on your trade in, it’s risky to finance another car.

Private Buyers Who Trust You

You’ll get the best price for your car if you sell to a private buyer. If the buyer trusts you, it may be as simple as selling the car with your loan untouched, paying off the loan with sale proceeds, and signing the title over after you get a clear title from your lender (which may take several weeks). You can ask your buyer to pay the lender directly if that makes things more comfortable, but this still requires substantial trust.

If you’re upside-down on your loan, you’ll have to supplement the buyer’s payment with funds of your own.

A Trip to the Bank

If your buyer is more skeptical, but still accommodating, you can go to the bank together — assuming your lender has branches in your area. Your buyer’s payment can immediately be applied to your loan, and you can sign the car over in the branch. Call your lender ahead of time to make sure this is possible, and to be sure your title (or other necessary documents) will be ready and waiting for you at the branch.


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How to Get a Second Bachelor’s Degree

If you’re still in college, getting a second bachelor’s degree could be as easy as picking up a second major. [1] If you’ve already graduated from college, it’s a bit trickier. Getting a second bachelor’s degree can be an important step in retooling your career or deepening your knowledge about a particular subject. There are challenges involved, however, including constraints on time, money, and enrollment policies. Before beginning a second bachelor’s degree program, research which institutions and courses of study are right with you. If you enroll in a program, stay aware of policies by contacting advisors so that you can complete your degree as efficiently as possible.

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Consider whether or not a second bachelor’s degree is the right plan for you. [2] For many careers and goals, having just a single bachelor’s degree is sufficient. Those interested in more advanced study in a particular field might consider entering a graduate school program instead of earning a second bachelor’s degree, since graduate degrees can open additional career possibilities and provide more substantial qualifications if you want to work in a particular field.

  • Second bachelor’s degrees make the most sense if a career change or other factor requires you to acquire a body of knowledge in a substantially different field. [3]
  • Some potential employers or others who review your credentials might see earning a second bachelor’s degree as showing a lack of commitment, so be prepared to explain your reason for earning one if you decide it is the best plan for you.
  • Many graduate programs don’t necessarily require an undergraduate degree in the same field as a prerequisite for admission. For instance, you may be able to enter a graduate program in Sociology even if your undergraduate degree is in Anthropology, or a program in English if your bachelor’s degree is in Computer Science. With this in mind, consider whether a graduate program or a second bachelor’s degree is the best option for your plans. You can contact the graduate coordinator of the program you’re interested in for details.

Choose the right field of study based on your career plans and an institution’s admissions requirements. Many programs will only consider admitting second bachelor’s degree students if their intended field of study is substantially different from their first bachelor’s degree. [4] [5] [6] For instance, if you already have a bachelor’s degree in biology, some institutions will not admit you if you want to earn a second bachelor’s degree in microbiology. However, the same institution might consider admitting you if you want to earn a second bachelor’s degree in computer science.

  • Generally, the intention of most colleges and universities is to award first bachelor’s degrees to students. [7]

Determine how you would fund a second bachelor’s degree program. While you may be able to find some financial aid as a second bachelor’s degree student, many loans, grants, and scholarships are only available to first bachelor’s degree students. When selecting a school and program, or deciding to get a second bachelor’s degree at all, make sure to consider the cost of attendance (tuition, fees, living expenses, etc.).

  • You can find information about costs of attendance at a particular college or university via its admissions website.
  • Private loans may be available to fund a second bachelor’s degree program, but can have high interest rates.
  • Contact an institution’s financial aid office about particular sources of funding that might be available to you as a second bachelor’s degree student.

Choose an institution or program you are permitted to enroll in. Some institutions or particular programs limit the number of second bachelor’s degree students they admit, or will not accept them at all. [8] This is more frequently the case for high-demand courses of study or at campuses where student enrollment is at or above capacity. [9] [10] If this is the case for you, either look for a different institution to study the same subject at, or choose a different program of study at the same institution.

  • You can search for colleges and universities in a particular area using online databases. [11] [12] [13] Then, check the admissions website for an institution you are interested in to see if it admits students seeking a second bachelor’s degree.

Meet admissions requirements. Each college or university will consider specific criteria when determining which applicants to admit. Matching these criteria does not guarantee admission, but increases your chances of being accepted. For applicants seeking a second bachelor’s degree, common admissions requirements include: [14]

  • Completion of a four-year college course of study leading to a bachelor’s degree. Most colleges and universities require your first bachelor’s degree to have been awarded by a regionally accredited institution.
  • Previous good standing at the last college or university you attended.
  • A good GPA. Many institutions require second bachelor’s degree applicants to have maintained a GPA above a certain threshold, particularly if the intended concentration is in a high-demand field.
  • If you are an international student, there may be additional admissions requirements for you, such as certifying language competency or showing proof of accreditation for your previous bachelor’s degree. [15] [16]

Complete the application for admission. Depending on the college or university you are applying to, there may be a special application for second bachelor’s degree students. Other colleges and universities will have only one application for all students. [17] [18] Check the admissions website for a college or university you are thinking about applying to for details on the application process.

  • Most institutions have application fees, including for those seeking a second bachelor’s degree. [19] [20]
  • You may have to submit special documents as part of your application, including transcripts and/or proof of your previous degree, a statement of purpose or admissions essay, etc.
  • If you are seeking a second bachelor’s degree at the same institution which awarded your first one, you may be asked to complete an application for readmission instead. [21]

Getting a Vehicle Repair Estimate After an Accident: 3 Tips #japanese #car #auctions


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Getting a Vehicle Repair Estimate After an Accident: 3 Tips

Get a quality estimate even if an insurance company is dragging its heels during the estimate process and protect yourself from low-ball estimates.

Getting a trustworthy repair estimate (or a few estimates) is a necessary first step toward getting your vehicle fixed and back on the road after a car accident. This article offers tips on getting a quality estimate, what to do if an insurance company is dragging its heels during the estimate process, and how to protect yourself from low-ball estimates.

1. Get a Quality Estimate, Not Just the Easiest One

Seek estimates for repairing vehicle damage or damage to other property only from places where you would actually go to have the repair work done. Make sure that the repair shop is qualified and thorough enough to find all the damage. And make sure that the estimate quoted will be an amount sufficient to repair the property to the highest standards. If a piece of business equipment or a vehicle is damaged, for example, get your estimate from a factory-authorized repair facility.

If you just get the easiest estimate — taking your car to the corner gas station, for example, or taking your laptop computer to the neighbor­hood techies — you may find that the amount quoted will not be enough to cover the repairs you eventually have done at a quality repair shop.

2. Don’t Let an Insurance Company Delay the Process

Do not allow an insurance company’s inspection or estimates to delay repairs unnecessarily. If the insurance company does not inspect the property within a week or so after the acci­dent and you have given it a reasonable ­opportunity to do so, and if you already have two independent written estimates, then there is no reason to delay getting your property repaired if you can afford to pay from your own pocket. Get the repairs done and then demand reimbursement from the insurance company. Of course, if you get the repairs at the shop that gave the highest estimate, the insurance company might agree to reimburse you only for a lower estimate. Also, be aware that getting car repairs before you agree on an amount removes one of the incentives for the insurance company to settle quickly. Once you have your car back, the insurance company no longer has to pay for alternative transportation.

3. Watch Out for Low-Ball Estimates

If a third-party adjuster tells you the company has a repair shop that will fix your car for substantially less than the estimate you got, be ­cautious. Insurance companies sometimes have sweetheart deals with local repair shops that do cut-rate work for the insurance company in ­exchange for lots of referrals. But that doesn’t guarantee that the inspection for damage is ­thorough or that the work done is good quality.

You should always get your own inspections and estimates from independent repair shops. If two or three independent estimates are higher than the one insurance company ­estimate, the insurance company’s estimate is probably a poor one. Repairs should be made only by a shop chosen by the car owner, regardless of how much money the car owner receives in settlement.

Looking for More Information?

For more tips on getting your vehicle repaired the right way after a car accident — and all the information you’ll need to navigate your case — get How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim by Joseph L. Matthews (Nolo).


3 Tips for Getting a Cheap Title Car Loan #online #car #sales


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3 Tips for Getting a Cheap Title Car Loan

March 18, 2013

In order to get a cheap title car loan. it s important to bear certain things in mind. A car title loan is an easily acquired loan given by financial institutions, mostly bad credit loan lenders or title loan companies, to persons who give the title of their car as security against the loan. The interest rates for such loans generally vary from 30 percent to 300 percent. These loans are short-term and have to be paid within 30 days. If unpaid, they may be renewed or the lender might repossess the car, if the loan cannot be renewed. It s thus best to make note of certain tips.

Get A Free Car Loan Quote

Research every possible source for the car loan. Check at least 5 title loan companies to get the best deal. Take the car, spare keys, your monthly income statement, and the title of the car to various companies to get a good rate. It s also important to find out the requirements to get the loan. Ask about the loan amount, the payment amount, and how much of the payment would go towards repaying the principal.

Act quickly and make small payments throughout the month to reduce the principal. On no account, should you get behind on the interest. This will ensure you pay off the loan on time and retain possession of your car.

Lower Interest Rates

If you have recently lost your job or gone through a divorce, the title loan company might be more understanding and offer a loan at a lower interest rate, so advise them of the same. In addition, there are different types of bad credit finance loans and the institution would be able to suggest one best suited to you. It s also important to remember that the interest rate would be dependent on the condition of the car and your current income.

See what kind of interest rates you can get

It s necessary to be sure you have enough money coming in within 30 days to repay the loan, as a title car loan should be your last option, and this ought to be paid off at the earliest.


How to Buy a Car: The Ultimate Car Buying Guide to Not Getting Ripped Off and Saving Thousands! (Car Buying – Car Buying Guide – Car Repair – Buying a Car – Car Sales – Car Buying Strategy) #cars #for #sale #ireland


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How to Buy a Car

The Ultimate Car Buying Guide to Not Getting Ripped Off and Save Thousands!

Learn the top inside tips, secrets, and strategies to buying a car that could save you thousands of dollars

This book is my gift to the general public that are tired of being taken advantage of by car dealerships. I have spent years selling new and pre-owned vehicles to hard working people and I have seen the dirty tricks and games that are played to get all of your money. I decided that I wanted to give the public an inside look in buying a car and how to save money.

There are strategies and inside secrets that you will find in this book that is used properly could save you thousands of hard earned dollars. Aren’t you tired of feeling like you aren’t getting the best deal when buying a car? Aren’t you tired of feeling like you are getting ripped off? If so, then invest in this publication and learn those big money saving tips that will give you the upper hand on the dealer once and for all.

5 Reasons Why You Must Have This Book!

1. In this book you will learn how to best prepare for your vehicle shopping

2. This book will teach you how to get the upper hand on the car dealer

3. In this book you will learn what is really behind the negotiation numbers

4. This book will guide you in picking out the right vehicle

5. This book will teach you how the dealerships try to trick you out of your money and how to overcome.

What you ll Discover from How to Buy a Car

*Doing your homework AHEAD of time will save you money in the long run

*The importance of keeping a good poker face will keep the salesman from playing off your emotions

*The tricks behind the negotiation stage and how to beat the dealership!

*The Finance Manager is not your friend. They want all of your money!

*Inside secrets that could save you THOUSANDS of dollars!

Want to Know More?

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9 Steps To Getting A Car Loan With Bad Credit #car #pricing #guide


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9 steps to a car loan on damaged credit

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9 steps to a car loan on damaged credit

Bad credit doesn’t mean you can’t buy a car, and doesn’t automatically mean you can’t get a car loan with terms that don’t break your monthly budget.

Like everything else, “bad” is a matter of opinion and degree. If the score is borderline, some lenders might still smell a good prospect while others, with slightly different criteria, would see more risk.

Most important: Shop around. While the average interest rate for borrowers with good credit is between 4% and 5%, subprime borrowers will pay an average of 10% to 13%, depending on their credit score. Some lenders can go higher than that, according to Phil Reed, senior consumer advice editor for Edmunds.com. “You don’t want to have the attitude of ‘just get me a loan.’ There are still deals to be made.”

It’s also a good time to be looking. Delinquencies on auto loans dropped in the first quarter of 2015 compared with a year ago, so lenders are more confident, leading to a rise in subprime loans.

Here are nine strategies to help you find the best subprime auto loan.

Shopping for a car or just a car loan? Download Bankrate’s auto app for price comparisons, loan calculations and more.


How to Buy a Car: The Ultimate Car Buying Guide to Not Getting Ripped Off and Saving Thousands! (Car Buying – Car Buying Guide – Car Repair – Buying a Car – Car Sales – Car Buying Strategy) #used #cars #for #sale #by #owner


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Description

How to Buy a Car

The Ultimate Car Buying Guide to Not Getting Ripped Off and Save Thousands!

Learn the top inside tips, secrets, and strategies to buying a car that could save you thousands of dollars

This book is my gift to the general public that are tired of being taken advantage of by car dealerships. I have spent years selling new and pre-owned vehicles to hard working people and I have seen the dirty tricks and games that are played to get all of your money. I decided that I wanted to give the public an inside look in buying a car and how to save money.

There are strategies and inside secrets that you will find in this book that is used properly could save you thousands of hard earned dollars. Aren’t you tired of feeling like you aren’t getting the best deal when buying a car? Aren’t you tired of feeling like you are getting ripped off? If so, then invest in this publication and learn those big money saving tips that will give you the upper hand on the dealer once and for all.

5 Reasons Why You Must Have This Book!

1. In this book you will learn how to best prepare for your vehicle shopping

2. This book will teach you how to get the upper hand on the car dealer

3. In this book you will learn what is really behind the negotiation numbers

4. This book will guide you in picking out the right vehicle

5. This book will teach you how the dealerships try to trick you out of your money and how to overcome.

What you ll Discover from How to Buy a Car

*Doing your homework AHEAD of time will save you money in the long run

*The importance of keeping a good poker face will keep the salesman from playing off your emotions

*The tricks behind the negotiation stage and how to beat the dealership!

*The Finance Manager is not your friend. They want all of your money!

*Inside secrets that could save you THOUSANDS of dollars!

Want to Know More?

Hurry! For a limited time you can download How to Buy a Car: The Ultimate Car Buying Guide to Not Getting Ripped Off and Saving Thousands for a special discounted price of only $2.99

Download Your Copy Right Now before the price goes up!

Just Scroll to the top of the page and select the Buy Button.

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