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Setting a Budget When Car Shopping

Car and Money.jpgI bought my first car in 1982. Although I had graduated high school and had two years of college, I was financially naïve. I had never learned how to set a budget or how to manage credit. I was, in that sense, very much like many consumers today.  Fortunately, the marketplace for car shopping in 1982 was much safer for inexperienced consumers than it is today.

Setting a Budget When Car Shopping

Car and Money.jpgI bought my first car in 1982. Although I had graduated high school and had two years of college, I was financially naïve. I had never learned how to set a budget or how to manage credit. I was, in that sense, very much like many consumers today.  Fortunately, the marketplace for car shopping in 1982 was much safer for inexperienced consumers than it is today.

Setting a Budget When Car Shopping

Car and Money.jpgI bought my first car in 1982. Although I had graduated high school and had two years of college, I was financially naïve. I had never learned how to set a budget or how to manage credit. I was, in that sense, very much like many consumers today.  Fortunately, the marketplace for car shopping in 1982 was much safer for inexperienced consumers than it is today.

The Way We Buy Cars

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Car Salesman.jpgNot many people are car shopping during the COVID-19 shutdown. However, once businesses re-open and people get back to work, car dealers will be aggressively marketing to the public.  In order to help our clients and friends avoid becoming a victim of the Games Dealers Play, we will be presenting over the next few weeks a series of blog articles about things that people should do before they visit a car dealership.  

Researching a Dealership BEFORE Car Shopping


Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for young couple researching.jpgOne way to avoid becoming a victim of auto dealer fraud is to conduct on-line research before car shopping. While positive reviews will not guarantee a good car-buying experience, consumers can frequently avoid the worst dealerships by checking their reputation in advance.

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