How to Buy a Car Without Losing Your Shirt

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When you walk into a car dealership to look at cars, who has the advantage? Does the customer have the advantage, since he has the money? Not on your life! Even if you buy a new car every two or three years, the salesperson who is about to greet you talks to at least three or four customers EVERY DAY! The dealer has this down to a science, and you don't. This book tells you what to watch out for.
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PublishDrive
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Published on
Dec 3, 2017
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Pages
102
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Language
English
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Genres
Young Adult Nonfiction / Books & Libraries
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