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Ray Paulsen

U.S.
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confused buying new or used...buy with confidence from dealer or private...consumer fears...paying to much...getting a lemon...accident car...fair value for trade...negotiation process...etc...you simply want a fair deal... YOU MAY QUICKLY FIND ANSWERS YOU'RE LOOKING FOR AT MY WEBSITE http://www.usedcartips.org/ or feel free to make contact for a detailed answer to your specific question.

Geoffrey veit

U.S.
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I can answer most any question about buying a car, truck or motorcycle

robert ellis

U.S.
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Driving and steering for disabled people. Life's experiences with bum shoulder's and pain. Tips on how to drive again. How to regain ones independence by driving with new technologies or finding easy steering automobiles. Car buying, test drives, zero effort steering options, drive by wire training and certification. 1st hand knowledge of medical procedures for nerve damaged patients.

Don Yarnal

U.S.
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I can help you in next purchase of any new or preowned cars.Buying a car should be easy! The trend is internet,but I am not a computer,I am a consultant in selling automobiles.

Roger Alvey

U.S.
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I can answer any question about the car buying process. I am a recognized industry expert on all issues regarding auto finance, including sub prime and buy here pay here financing, I can answer questions about car lock out systems, GPS monitoring by your bank, and about auto recovery methods and defenses. I am a 20 yr car industry expert and can tell you what to look for in a used car, how to negotiate the deal, help with how to market your own car, and how to negotiate with the internet department of any car store. I can tell you every single way the dealer is set up to beat you and how to avoid those traps, I can discuss all aftermarket and extended service contract products you will be offered in the finance process, I have lectured extensively on "The Best Way to Buy a Car" to civic groups and university students. I am a credit expert and can tell you what the dealer and banks are looking for and the rate you can expect to pay. HERE IS THE LINK TO MY OTHER ALLEXPERTS CATEGORIES WHERE I HAVE ANSWERED LOTS OF QUESTIONS http://www.allexperts.com/ep/3440-114948/Used-Cars/Roger-Alvey.htm HERE .....

Steve

U.S.
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Have sold pre-owned autos for many years, can assist in picking vehicle, financing tips and approximating payments and costs.

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2017-03-15 'handling charge' at lease buyout:

Then yes they were juicing the purchase fee by $299.00. My first thoughts are that the finance manager was new or didn't know what he was doing and charged you the $599.00 by mistake and it wasn't a normal

2017-03-15 'handling charge' at lease buyout:

I am a little unclear on whether they were trying to charge you the $599.00 when you went in to purchase the car on top of the $300.00 fee you prepaid at lease origination? Are you sure they didn't call

2017-01-05 leased car:

Hi Lee,  If you continue the lease, yes it is cheaper, but you are still renting the car. I do not recommend re-leasing, nor buying it, but if miles are good, car is in good shape, then yes it is a viable

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