The Five States You Shouldn’t Buy a Car In
When it comes to purchasing a car, there’s obviously a lot of bad stereotypes surrounding the industry. We hate to say it but sometimes, this is for good reason. There are simply a lot of automotive dealers out there that want to make as much money as they can and don’t really care how they get there. We get that there’s a financial bottom line to an extent but some of the tactics that these folks use are just downright tacky and predatory.
This time, though, we check in with a good car salesman who many know as Chevy Dude on YouTube.
Now, in order to expose these dirty salesman, he actually put together a list of helpful tips that some might want to look into if they’re planning on purchasing a vehicle in a certain area. As it turns out, there are a lot of tried and true pieces of advice that you’re going to want to use to go into a negotiation process with a car dealer. However, what a lot of people don’t know is that this advice might change depending on where someone is located geographically.
A physical location can mean a lot from different things that might relate to the condition of the vehicle to other factors like taxes, markups, and salesman who tend to do things a different way. Perhaps certain areas are more deceptive as fake pricing schemes run rampant. For example, a lot of us have received marketing materials from dealerships in the mail that promise free things have just been downright bogus attempts to get people in the door.
By following along with the video below, we’re equipped with all the information that we might need in order to tackle buying a car and where exactly we might want to avoid buying a car in the country.