Women, Don't Be Afraid To Purchase A Vehicle By Yourself

I've been selling vehicles for over 3 years and I strive to Deliver Truly Exceptional Customer Service to every customer I come into contact with.

I hope that this information will not offend anyone. I hope this information will empower and equip women with confidence and boldness to go into any dealership trusting in their own independent decision to buy a vehicle without the dependency of someone else's approval.

My advice to the women who are afraid to buy a vehicle by yourself please stop giving your power away to non significant others. There's no reason for you to be afraid to walk into a dealership by yourself. Knowledge is power, equip yourself with information about your vehicle of interest whether new or pre-owned off the internet or give me a call before your appointment or walk in arrival.

Bringing someone along to call all the shots on a vehicle that they are not knowledgeable about and are not purchasing and you will be making all the payments on I just don't understand. Please think about that and ask your self why do women do that?

If you have question's don't be afraid to ask, that's what the Sales Consultant is there for. Allow the Sales Consultant to do their job to help you with your next vehicle purchase. Provide the Sales Consultant with information like what's the most important thing you are looking for in your new vehicle. If your looking for a new or pre-owned. What color you would absolutely not consider. What equipment you absolutely need the vehicle equipped with. If the banks should require how much you are planning on putting down on your investment.

When you go outside and select the vehicle off the lot that you would be interested in purchasing, the Sales Consultant should do a full demonstration on the vehicle from the hood to the rear bumper and point out important things that you need to know about the vehicle and then you take if for a test drive. Ask about the warranty and safety ratings, how often the oil needs to change and when is the 1st major maintenance on the vehicle.

If you have a vehicle you would like to sell bring your title and registration, if you are trading in a vehicle with a balance owed to the bank you need to have the banks number available for the Sales Consultant to call and get a 10 day payoff and you will also need your registration. I love going to http://www.autotrader.com you can get an online appraisal to get an idea of what the trade appraisal amount maybe which is good for 72 hours just remember to bring your print out to the dealership and give it to the Sales Consultant.

If you are purchasing a new vehicle you can find out online what kind of incentives are offered and how long those incentives are available, the incentives do change every month. There are incentives for military, college students/grads and VPP you can use one or the other but not both, example: you have been out of college for 1 yr and are now in the military you can not use both.

Be prepared purchasing new or pre-owned, have your driver's license and auto insurance card, if you don't have auto insurance no worries you can get auto insurance after you agree to buy the vehicle. Incase the banks should ask for proof of income, you will need your most recent 30 days of pay stubs and if you self- employed you will need most recent 90 days of bank statements and current tax return, if you are a contractor bring your 1099. You may also need to bring proof of residence current utility bill, phone or cable bill that is not past due.

About the pre-owned cars always ask for a Carfax or Autocheck. Ladies it's not the Sales Consultant or Dealership's responsibility to offer you one, it is your responsibility to ask for one.

We as women get excited and sometimes emotional when we make major purchases just make sure in all the excitement that your salesperson gives you a full demonstration on the pre-owned vehicle from hood to the rear bumper. Roll down all the window's to make sure they work properly, get involved and make sure everything is functional to your satisfaction. Remember when looking at a pre-owned vehicles some of them are flawless and other's are not but they are priced to sell with or without flaws that they market will bear.

If you set a monthly budget for yourself please keep in mind what you absolutely need and not what you absolutely want unless you are flexible on paying for the extra wants. In my opinion any other options that are more than power windows & locks, radio & CD are wants not needs. When they first started designing cars the ingenious simplicity was born out of a need to travel in a rapid speed with reliability.

I hope this information was very helpful take care and have a fantastic time shopping for your next vehicle.

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