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Many people believe that the law gives them three days to change their mind when leaving a deposit for a new or used car with a dealer...Federal and state laws do give consumers an automatic so-called cooling off period for some types of purchases,
Knowing the invoice price, or what the dealer paid for a car, is supposed to give a buyer a fighting chance when negotiating at the car dealership. However, car buyers are warned to be wary of websites that will provide the dealer invoice price,
Sticker shock doesn't have to be part of the car-buying process. In fact, the sticker listed on cars with the manufacturer's suggested retail price doesn't have to be part of the process at all. The internet has largely changed the way we buy cars,
The notion that complaints about cars and dealers are more prevalent in Saudi Arabia than in other countries is not accurate. In the US alone, consumers regained $98 million in compensation for shoddy cars or lousy services by car dealers last year.
Here's some advice that every shopper should know before setting foot on a car lot, whether it's a buy-here-pay-here joint or a fancy downtown Jaguar store with all-you-can-drink espresso. Ultimately, it's all about streamlining the process and
PAD® from Reynolds Helps Dealers Deliver More Than Just Vehicles , Jan. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In the words of Reynolds and Reynolds' dealership customers, docuPAD ® is helping them meet the challenges in the changed world of automobile retailing
A few years ago, serial entrepreneur Scott Painter's company, TrueCar , came up with an interesting proposition. If the company could attract car buyers as customers by promising to help them pay less money for new cars, it could then attract
Four car dealers in Southern California agreed to a settlement with the U.S. government over accusations of deceptive advertising, part of a broader effort to keep a tighter rein on the auto industry. The dealers which include Honda of Hollywood and
Auto dealers don't make a sale every time they speak with a customer; this is no big surprise to anyone who works in the industry. But being able to follow up with a contact who didn't purchase a car might mean making a conversion down the road.
Car and truck dealers are planning to fight a possible fee increase proposed by the Iowa Department of Transportation. The department has suggested increasing the fee to 6 percent for vehicle registrations. The current 5 percent fee is applied every