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What You Should Not Do When Buying A New Car

Written by John G. Nuble

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Never let on that you absolutely needrepparttar car

Attitude isrepparttar 149999 name ofrepparttar 150000 game when buying a new car. Remember that dealers need you more than you need them, so don’t act as ifrepparttar 150001 car isrepparttar 150002 last of its model on earth (unless it’s vintage). In buying a new car, do it with professional savvy. Never let on that you are desperate for their product or that their price isrepparttar 150003 lowest you have seen in a hundred miles radius. Be cool when buying a new car and you’ll surely get a cool deal.

Never let one dealer buy you a car from another dealer

While others do this because ofrepparttar 150004 absolute lack of time, it is still not advisable especially if you are buying a new car forrepparttar 150005 first time. Some dealers may not only try to sell yourepparttar 150006 car at a higher price, they might even try to scam you. If you absolutely have to do it, do not sign anything or put down a deposit until you have seenrepparttar 150007 product inrepparttar 150008 flesh.

Never take on add-on fees until you have reviewed them

Scammers plague people who are buying a new car forrepparttar 150009 first time. Because they know that you don’t have much experience in buying a new car, dealers will sometimes put on additional somethings torepparttar 150010 final cost ofrepparttar 150011 car such as “rustproofing,” “environmental prep,” and a host of others. Beware of this first-time buyer scams.

John G. Nuble 2005. For up to date links and information about car buying, please go to: http://car-buying-guide.us/

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