In this new edition of the consumer guide to car buying, the author cites recent undercover investigations to show how dealers use deceptive sales practices to trick shoppers into paying outrageous overcharges. The book details every scam--from dealer's cost surcharges to leasing rip-offs--in use today. This book is unique in its consumer protection information and insights from car dealers, attorneys, and victims.Generally speaking, dealership mechanics are paid more because they have had more training and are more skilled in their particular area. (They have to be ... only situation that would justify replacing that many parts would be if the engine caught on fire and all those parts were burned.) Even though a ... Sometimes a mechanic has to make an educated guess concerning 161 Service Department Secrets.
|Title||:||What Car Dealers Don't Want You to Know|
|Publisher||:||Technews - 1995|