The CarHistory.us.org used car negotiation guide will tell consumers what questions to ask used car sellers, when to walk away from a sale, when the best time to negotiate for a car is, and also explain tricks sellers use to try to make people pay more.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
CarHistory.us.org is set to release a comprehensive guide on how to negotiate with used car dealers, the company announced yesterday.
“Our reports give people a decent picture of what the used car or truck they are thinking of buying is like,” a CarHistory.us.org spokesman said. “But that is only a small part of the used car buying process. How to negotiate with the seller to get the best price possible is an important piece of that puzzle – so we want to be able to offer that to consumers as well.”
The CarHistory.us.org used car negotiation guide will tell consumers what questions to ask used car sellers, when to walk away from a sale, when the best time to negotiate for a car is, and also explain tricks sellers use to try to make people pay more than they should for the car, he said.
“Understanding the psychology of how these negotiations work is crucial if you don't want to overpay for a used car,” he said. “But most people have never learned this basic psychology. We want to change that.”
The guide will be in the form of a series of articles posted in the members' area of CarHistory.us.org, he said.
“In the near future we'll also be posting these tips to our social media channels and our blog,” he said. “We believe that the more people who learn these skills the better. Nobody should have to pay too much for a used car.”
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