One of the places many of us get scammed is when buying a car. The salesperson isn’t just there to help you fill out the forms and complete the car-buying process. He or she has the goal of getting you to pay for as many dealership fees and services as possible. Get prepared to negotiate by brushing up on common costly fees and services you don’t need.
Here are common car dealership fees and services to dodge:
- The processing fee.
- Delivery charge.
- Advertising fee.
- Vehicle identification number etching.
- Fabric protection.
- Paint protection.
- Dealer preparation.
If I missed one, hit reply. Avoiding these fees could mean saving thousands of dollars!