How To Buy a Car Without Getting Ripped Off Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents

Introduction                    3

So You Wanna Buy A Car            6

What You Should Never Do            11

Common Phrases and
Word Games                    12

Top 10 Dealership Scams            14

How to Avoid
Car Refinance Scams                25

The Buyer’s Folder                27

How Much Money Should I
Offer the Dealer?                29

Negotiating Tips                34

What Kind of Buyer Am I?            37

Some Sales Scams                40

Closing Without Extra Costs        47

Common Extras at Closing            51

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Sooner or later everybody has to buy a new car. It doesn’t matter if it’s your third new car or your first, it is inevitable.

Of course, everyone knows that there is an art to buying a new car that everyone must know sooner or later.

Every car buyer knows that there are tricks to getting a car at a reasonable price. Dealerships and private sellers rarely mark the car’s actual worth.

Instead, they mark the price up a little so that they can clear a good profit for themselves.

Some dealerships mark the prices up to be able to offer their salesmen better incentives to sell the cars for them.

Whatever the reason, almost all dealerships can be talked down on their initial prices, if you know how to haggle properly.

The savvy buyer will know that they can talk the dealership’s prices down a little bit, if he/she knows the dealer’s lingo and tricks beforehand and shows that he/she are prepared to deal with them.

Salesmen are there to try and hustle a good price for the company, while you are trying to hustle a good price for yourself…

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