Car Buying Scams

Written by Tim Gorman

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Another favorite scam isrepparttar forced warranty scam whererepparttar 102714 auto dealership will insist that in order to qualify forrepparttar 102715 car loan you will need to purchase a $2000 2 or 3 year warranty. The bottom line upfront is that itís hogwash and you donít needrepparttar 102716 warranty.

Hereís a good scam that Iím sure youíve seen often. Itís calledrepparttar 102717 dealer prep scam. Yes thatís right Iím talking about that extra $500 that seems to appear on your contract to compensaterepparttar 102718 dealer for basically doing nothing sincerepparttar 102719 car arrives inrepparttar 102720 dealership ready to be driven offrepparttar 102721 car lot to a prospective buyer. Try an avoid paying this if you can otherwise find a dealer that will knock this ridiculous charge off ofrepparttar 102722 contract.

The dealer markup fee is another phony fee that is made up just to padrepparttar 102723 car dealershipís profit margin. This is an unnecessary fee thatrepparttar 102724 dealer charges for no reason other than greed. This fee can be seen onrepparttar 102725 orange sticker marked onrepparttar 102726 manufacturerís suggested retail price (MSRP). These are just a few ofrepparttar 102727 many scams that can surface from time to time when you are attempting to buy a new car. Although these practices to go on there are many trustworthy car dealerships that can and will sale you a car forrepparttar 102728 right amount of money allowing you to purchaserepparttar 102729 car without getting ripped off and still allowrepparttar 102730 dealershiprepparttar 102731 opportunity to makerepparttar 102732 compensation they deserve for their efforts. The trick is to find that dealership. Best of luck to you.

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Graduated Driver Licensing

Written by Melih Oztalay

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Notifying other drivers will give themrepparttar ability to consider choices when approaching a vehicle operated by a teen driver. We can increase traffic safety and awareness. Car magnets have become a viable possibility asrepparttar 102713 notification tool. Easy to put on and easy to take off! No hassles or concerns about permanent bumper stickers that may not come off.

Auto Safety Magnets has a focus strictly on car safety for teen drivers, their parents and driving schools. Help keeprepparttar 102714 roads safe.

More information onrepparttar 102715 GDL subject can be found atrepparttar 102716 Center for Disease Control and this web page:

Melih Oztalay, CEO Auto Safety Magnets

Melih Oztalay, CEO Auto Safety Magnets

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