Learn How to Buy A Car Without Feeling Intimidated

This is a sponsored post by Cars.com but all opinions are my own.

I am normally intimidated when it comes to even thinking about purchasing a new car. I am not a sales-y person who is good at wheeling and dealing. I have a short temper for long waits and wastes of time. Since I do not know much about cars or car buying in general, I feel like an easy target for getting a bad deal. I began looking at Cars.com and I am already feeling more confident.

There is a lot of information on Cars.com about fraud awareness and protection. They represent both buyers and sellers on their site, so they want everyone to have the best experience. They provide a host of tips to help in identifying scammers. They have a vast section for first time buyers that explains things that you want or need to know. Some of the articles I have studied have information on how to negotiate, car loan basics, and mistakes to avoid.

Once I have studied their site for car comparisons and I get a good idea of what cars I want, I can take the app with me everywhere I go so I have a reference and guidance I trust.

Of course the Cars.com app has millions of listings for New and Used vehicles, but it also alerts me to price drops on cars I am watching. The fact that it has VIN-scanning capabilities makes me more confident than ever.

Anytime you or someone you love needs expert advice on buying a car (or just a refresher course) trust cars.com to have everything you need. Once you have found some makes and models that suit you, Cars.com give you local dealers and even help you with financing!

Make your car buying experience a smooth and confident one with Cars.com website and app.

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