Don't Get Screwed When Buying a Car

Don't Get Screwed When Buying a Car

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THINKING ABOUT BUYING A CAR? LEARN THE SECRETS OF BUYING A CAR FROM A VETERAN OF THE CAR BUSINESS! CAN THIS BOOK HELP YOU SAVE MONEY? I'M SURE THATS THE QUESTION ON YOUR MIND AND THE ANSWER IS YES! YES IT CAN AND IT WILL, IF YOU TAKE WHAT YOU LEARN AND PUT IT TO USE. WITHOUT ACTION, KNOWLEDGE IS USELESS! If you're like the many frustrated consumers world-wide that absolutely hate the idea of purchasing a vehicle, much less actually making it into a dealership only to be bombarded by an overly pushy salesman, then this information is for you. We have created this guide to offer you an alternative to getting taken to the cleaners each time you decide to change up the vehicle you're driving. Dealerships make profit on each and every vehicle they sell along with their other products such as extended service contracts, gap insurance and even financing! The word profit isn't necessarily a bad word but there is a such thing as "a fair profit." How do you know if you're getting a "fair" deal or if you're one of the suckers that's getting screwed? The answer is simple, EDUCATE YOURSELF! We have provided resources that offer a great place to start, but there's still more. You can find reviews online to help you make the decision of what type of vehicle to purchase, what to pay and how much you should get for your trade but that's not all you should know. So what else is there? How about, what is the fair price to pay for an extended warranty, how much is GAP (Guaranteed Asset Protection/Guaranteed Auto Protection) insurance really worth? What about the interest rate that the dealership informs you that you qualify for on this purchase? These are all questions that will be addressed in the following pages and through out my other guides. What you can expect to learn! How car dealers make money The steps car salesmen use to make more profit How to narrow down your options What you should know before going to a dealership Financing options Backend product details How to get more for your trade www.SCREWEDGUIDES.comshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.83mm | 181.44g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507668503
  • 9781507668504

About Drew Eubanks

Andrew "Drew" Eubanks was raised near the sunny beaches of Brevard county Florida, where he grew to love the surf and sun. At the age of sixteen he became an Eagle Scout, the highest rank that can be achieved in the Boy Scouts of America. The social skills and ethics of hard work and leadership served him well when he joined the United States Marine Corps after graduating from Titusville High School in 2002. During his time in the Marine Corps, Drew was in charge of over 50 other Marines and millions of dollars of heavy equipment and hazardous waste disposal. During this time, he gained a love of fitness that still carries on today - through countless hours of exercise and a mostly organic diet. Drew believes that the self-discipline one must have to keep the body sharp carries over to the mind. His commitment to his health is a commitment that carries onto all aspects of his life, including sales. After four years in the Marine Corps, Drew acquired a position as a salesman for a midsized auto dealer in eastern North Carolina. After showing continued success in his ventures, he was eventually given the opportunity to manage a small hyundai dealership in south Georgia. There, he successfully took the dealership from an average of 6 cars per month to selling 47 in his first month. Today, Drew resides in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina with his girlfriend Britni and his six year old daughter Alize. Here he has combined the values of honor, courage and commitment that he learned in the Marine Corps and the salesmanship learned through out his auto sales career into a new passion. Drew's love for business has led him to a new venture that he hopes will provide a great service to the public in their auto buying experience. Though, Drew's work has often involved motor vehicles, his true passion in life is real estate. This started at a young age with a love of skylines and the complexities of architecture. Drew believes that real estate, more than any other business combines his appreciation for skylines with his love of helping people to make their dreams come true. Drew's newest venture is the beginning of what will lead him to one day change a skyline!show more