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The Definitive Guide To Buying Your First New Car

Buying your first car is an exciting time. You probably have a lot of questions and concerns such as:

- Where should I begin looking?
- Which car should I buy?
- How much money should I put down?
- What are my financing options?
- How much can I spend per month on a car payment?
- When test driving a car, what should I be looking for?
- Should I take someone with me when I visit a dealership?
- How do I know I am getting a fair deal?
- Where do I find car insurance?
- What is included in a loan agreement?
- Are there web sites I can turn to for more information?
- What about leasing options?

You are not alone. Each year, thousands of people, like you, decide to buy a new car. There are many reasons to purchase a new car. You may have just graduated from college, you may need to trade in your used car for a more reliable one, or you need a car to get to work each day. Whatever the reason, buying a new car can be intimidating if you do not know much about cars or the car buying process.

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