Auto Transport Quote Services is always trying to get the word out to make things just a little bit cheaper for people, especially our own customers. When we are transporting a car for a customer we want to find them the best quotes and get the best transporter to perform the job. This article is about buying a new car and making sure you’re not paying as many or potentially any dealer fees.
Dealer fees have changed over the years. Some dealers make up fees by using weird names or sometimes just initials just to dd an extra charge to the price of the car. All of these extra fees and dealer fees is pure profit for the dealership. They do not need to have the dealer fees, but it seems that companies are looking for any way possible to earn an extra buck, even if it is to screw over its own customers.
Dealers will come up with fee such as extra protection for the fabric in the interior of your car, or even the under body. Guess what? There is already a protection from the manufacturer on these things. You’re paying extra for nothing. Also, dealerships have been known to charge for paperwork processing. All this fee is for is for someone to perform their normal duty and process your paperwork. They are already going to perform the task, the dealer is just trying to make extra profit off of you.
Most people do not negotiate these smaller charges on their bill of sale because they do not see it as much extra. An extra $300 spread over 60 months or even 72 months is hardly anything, so most people do not even bring it up or negotiate on those fees. Majority of people only focus on the larger numbers in the equation. They will negotiate on those numbers and feel good about getting $1000 or $2000 off the bill of sale price, but the dealership already has those smaller numbers to still make a good sized profit on you. They built in their own extra numbers because they know people will negotiate on the larger numbers and not focus on the small ones.
It is time for us to bind together and take a stand for these fees that we should not be paying. Why pay an extra $2000 to a dealer when you can have that in your pocket instead. Granted it may only be $2 extra per month, but $2 is still $2. It is time that we fight for what is right and what is fair. Stop paying these extra dealer fees!