New Report: How To Avoid These 5 Deadliest Sins When Buying Used Cars
Have you ever felt like a lamb, in a lion’s den, when stepping foot onto a used car lot? The average used car salesman is well aware of his advantage, so it’s no surprise that, when you go shopping for a blue mini-van, you end up driving home in a red SUV.
Reno, Nevada August 27, 2009 The solution might be an auto locator service. You decide which car you want, they find it for you and it’s a done deal. No haggling, no dragging the family from one car lot to another and, best of all, no used car salesmen are involved.
After 29 years with a utility company, in the bay area of California, Steve Lewis retired and went to work for a used car dealer.
He lasted just short of six months, then was fired, immediately after he talked a young female college student out of buying a “salvaged” Italian sports car that his boss had gotten out of a field. The sexy looking little sports car had been slicked up just enough to look shiny and enticing, but it was a lemon just waiting for someone to buy it.
“I knew that she was in college and struggling to make ends meet,” says Lewis, “and selling her that car would have violated my conscience.”
Steve then started his own auto locator business and wrote a revealing report titled “How to Avoid the 5 Deadliest Sins Most People Commit When Buying Used Cars” which you can obtain by visiting http://www.usedcars-reno.com and requesting it or by contacting Steve Lewis. This report will guide you past the pitfalls of buying from a dealer or private party seller and could save you thousands of dollars in repairs.
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- Sterling Auto Locators
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