VehicleHistory.com Launches Used Car Negotiation Guide

Will teach people the ins and outs of getting the best deal on a used car.

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The guide will also explain the tactics that used car dealers employ to get people to overpay during the negotiation process.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

VehicleHistory.com is set to publish a guide on what consumers can do in order to negotiate for the best deal on a used car, the company announced yesterday.

“We've always been here to help people figure out if the car they want to buy is a lemon or not,” a VehicleHistory.com spokesman said. “Now what we want to do is teach them how to get a great deal on that car. Negotiating is a huge part of the used car buying process, but many people don't know how to do it. We plan to change that.”

The guide will take customers step by step through the used car buying process, explaining what to say, when to say it, and how to close the deal, he said.

“People don't realize just how much leverage they really have when they are buying a used car,” the VehicleHistory.com spokesman said. “They can easily get talked into paying more than the car is worth. We'll help them avoid this and other issues.”

The guide will also explain the tactics that used car dealers employ to get people to overpay during the negotiation process, he said.

“Once you know what used car dealers do to manipulate a buyer, you can use their own tactics right back at them,” he said. “It's a very powerful way to get them to give you what you want.”

The guide will be released on the members' area of the VehicleHistory.com site, he said.

About VehicleHistory.com:

VehicleHistory.com was created to serve the needs of public records clients across North America. With thousands of requests processed each day, VehicleHistory.com continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit VehicleHistory.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-855-482-6465, or email manager(at)VehicleHistory(dot)com with any questions or concerns.


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