Next to your house, your AUTOMOBILE is one of the most expensive purchases you will make. You want to get a good deal -- but how to do avoid getting SCAMMED in the process? These websites can guide you in your buying decision, help you understand your rights, and teach you how to negotiate a fair price.
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Autobytel.Com is the best place to research, buy, and sell your car -- with a free personal vehicle report, financing tips, and information about manufacturer rebates.
Auto Check gives you a report telling if your dream car has been stolen, salvaged, in an accident, a victim of odometer rollback, rebuilt, or used as a rental vehicle.
Autoguide is a comprehensive, reliable resource for buying used autos online -- explore by make and model, year, mileage, color, local dealer, Kelley Blue Book value, JD Power ratings, safety and recall information and more.
Automotive.Com lets you compare prices and values, or read in-depth reviews on new and used cars -- also receive free quotes on loans or extended warranties on all cars.
Car Buying Tips.Com is filled with useful information about purchasing a new or used car -- extended warranties, lemon laws, financing, leasing, and commons scams.
Carfax provides you with detailed information about any car -- owner history, mileage, accidents, flooding, etc. Be sure about your used car purchase before you buy!
Cars Direct allows you to search different dealers for the best new and used car prices, mileage, and features in your area -- check out their extensive car buying tips.
Car Smart.Com offers lemon checks, auto reviews, a payment calculator, information about vehicle recalls, pricing comparisons, and extended warranty tips.
Consumer Reports offers the same great automobile ratings and recommendations that you find in the print magazine online -- subscribe to their web service today!
Edmunds.Com offers true market value pricing, unbiased car reviews, ratings, and expert advice to help you get a fair deal -- whether you are buying new or used.
Fighting Chance provides the info you need to negotiate with a dealer -- pricing, market analysis, car buying tips, and even a live "coach" to guide you through the process.
The Insurance Institute For Highway Safety is a nonprofit research and organization dedicated to reducing highway crashes -- check your vehicle's crash rating online.
Intellichoice provides the information and tools you need to make a better purchase -- price comparisons, reviews of pre-owned certified programs, and financing tips.
Kelley Blue Book lists the value of any car, based on its condition and area of the country -- get fair value for your trade-in and don't pay too much for your next car.
Lease Trader can help you get out of a car lease without penalties, transfer an auto lease, or even assume someone else's short-term lease with no money down.
Lemon Law America includes consumer protection statutes from all 50 states -- know your rights if you get stuck with a new car that doesn't meet standards.
The National Highway And Transportation Safety Administration offers a ton of information about car safety -- including recalls, crash statistics, and a complaint form.
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