Don't Get Taken Every Time: The Ultimate Guide to Buying or Leasing a Car, in the Showroom or on the Internet

Don't Get Taken Every Time: The Ultimate Guide to Buying or Leasing a Car, in the Showroom or on the Internet

Dubbed the “Public Enemy #1 of the car dealers” by Washington Post, author Remar Sutton fills Don't Get Taken Every Time with 496 pages of critical insights into the darker side of the automotive business, exposing hundreds of schemes, scams and tricks auto dealerships use when trying to land a sale.This book is a must-read before your next purchase or lease.  In addition to dealership tricks, Sutton reveals internet scams, credit rating tampering and other unscrupulous tactics you may encounter with dealerships both on and offline.

In its sixth edition now, this book has been updated with the latest tricks and schemes, along with step-by-step guidelines.  Considered “the definitive guide on buying or leasing a new or used vehicle” by critics, Don't Get Taken Every Time will walk you through every step of the process, from negotiating to financing.

Don’t Get Taken Every Time is available on Amazon for $10.20, or in e-book format through Amazon’s Kindle for just $3.99.  This handy reference would make an excellent Kindle book since you can take it with you on a smart phone or your Kindle to help remind you of what you need to do at the car lot.

Out of 29 reviews on Amazon, all but five are five-star rated.  This book is proving its worth over and over again with customers intent on staying out of the tangled web of deceitful car dealership practices.  One review is titled, “Don’t Buy A Car Without This Book First!” while another calls it “Required reading for buying a car”.  Clearly, this is a top contender for car buying guidebooks.