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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Prepare yourself well before coming to the dealer. Preparation, in this sense, is not only about doing your research. You need to get ready, physically, too. Keep in mind that you have no idea about what would happen. Interacting with a dealer can mean spending a long and hard time, and if you don't feel well or you're hungry, you might be making a decision you would regret. In addition,, you should condition your mind too. First, commit to avoid any thing that could make you spend more than what you can afford. In the same way that you can look online to check on your car options, you can also check online for an online calculator that can help you set your budget. However, you should know that setting a budget and sticking to it are two different things. Second, you should try not to be emotionally attached to a car because a salesman would know this and can use it to his advantage. Also, try not to answer every question he throws as your controlled silence can send a message to the salesman that he is not in control, thus, compelling him to act his best.
Apart from this, you should not attempt to shop for a car alone. Have your partner or friend accompany you. But make sure to choose someone who is not an impulsive shopper himself. You would benefit from someone who can help you avoid car buying pitfalls and not someone who can drag you to it. In addition, you should be wary of the usual tactics salesmen use. Don't be pressured when you hear him say that somebody else came earlier for the same car. Bear in mind that you can always go to Hertz Car Sales for another car. In the same way, try not to be disturbed when the salesman says he is taking your offer to the manager. Let him be, but stay focused on what you want to get from the negotiation.