This web site features new car buying tips
provided by consumer advocate & auto expert Mark Eskeldson, author of
What Car Dealers Don't Want You to Know. Mark also wrote
What Auto Mechanics Don't Want You to Know, the first
hard-hitting exposé of the biggest names in the repair business. His books
have been featured in Smart Money, Kiplinger's, Reader's Digest, The
Wall Street Journal, and on ABC, NBC and CBS TV.
New Car Buying Tips--
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Saving Tips & Resources: New car buying tips plus resources for
buying or leasing cars & trucks. Information and free price quotes on
new & used cars, loans, leases, insurance, extended warranties, vehicle
history reports and much more.
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Invoice: Learn how to buy new cars at huge discounts, often below the
dealer invoice price. Smart shopper secrets revealed!
Car Buying Secrets:
Learn the most common tricks that new car dealers use to overcharge people.
Great car buying tips to protect new car shoppers!
Car Leasing Secrets:
Learn the most common tricks that have been used to overcharge people on leases.
Car Buying FAQ:
See this section for answers to the most common questions asked by car buyers.
Leasing Secrets, Part 2:
How to Get Great Lease Deals. Learn all about lease residuals, how to calculate
lease payments, and how to get great lease deals.
NewCarBuyingTips blog: See videos of undercover investigations,
car dealer tricks and scams, how to buy new cars, and more new car buying tips.
Secrets: Find out which well-known companies have been accused of
selling unnecessary repairs after undercover investigations were done.
Learn how quotas, sales commissions and contests have been used to encourage
mechanics to sell more repairs -- and which big-name companies were sued
over those practices.
CarInfo News Page:
Contains stories of auto-related consumer rip-offs that may have received little or
no coverage by the mainstream news media. (The offending companies are usually among
the biggest advertisers for TV, radio, and/or newspapers.)
In this site, you will find a lot of
information on the deceptive practices of many large, well-known companies
in the automotive industry. And if you spend any time at all visiting
other car sites, you'll notice that we're the only ones with all this
information. Since our "inside secrets" and exposés are all
true (most are actually common knowledge inside the auto industry), you
might ask yourself why the other sites aren't telling people the whole
story. If they don't know these secrets, they're not really car experts.
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