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Buying a car from an automobile dealership is deliberately over and above an educated persons knowledge. It is designed to be bewildering. Salespeople want you ill at ease and disoriented. It makes you more compliant. You’re put on a conveyor belt. You’re not sure exactly what’s next or how it will be presented. Whether you’re an engineer, banker or attorney there are portions of your automobile transaction that you won’t understand or have full knowledge of.

Forms are are not written in simple English. The forms are difficult to analyze because of the layout. Important data is not featured. Deliberately small gray print on translucent paper has been common. Customers are instructed to sign unnecessary forms. Forms and signatures are part of the magic of automobile sales. Your disorientation is profitable.

You’ve committed to buy the truck or car. Before signatures you will be asked to buy products you’ve never heard of. Each dealer is different. Total offerings are usually more than $4000.

It all works like a slow magic act and builds to an emotional crescendo. Both the ultra-wealthy and barely getting by are all excited and emotional when purchasing a newer automobile. Attorneys say it happens in the Magic Room. We say it’s now a Magic Act to extract your signature

The Case of The Vanishing Wallet

It is a bit difficult to be humorous about the whole symphony that is taking place around you. Even the dealership building design is focused on the customer buying. It’s a science. Furthermore the F and I guys are specialists and usually the best dressed and highest paid individuals at the dealership. The F means finance and the I means insurance.

AutoAdvisor.com creates transactions within your comprehension. AutoAdvisor has been studying the automobiles, financing, trade-ins, transaction contracts, insurance and more that is relative to vehicle transactions exclusively for over 40 years. AutoAdvisor explains and answers your questions to keep it understandable and keep you in control.

Know your prices are proper. Know you did not overpay. Know you got what you wanted. Know you have a clean deal at your lowest price

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SHORT HISTORY OF DELIBERATE COMPLEXITY

It used to be that the cost of something was related to materials and labor. Around a century ago you had a gosh darn good idea of what it costs in material and labor to create a horseshoe or wagon wheel. Most technology you used you could make yourself. Most of our population lived in the country.

Modern complexities started to come on around our Civil War. Technological complexities that made life faster with more decisions and choices. Complexities like; the steam engine the transcontinental railroad, telegraph, tickertape, electricity generation, electric motor, electric light, telephone, gasoline engine,airplanes, recorded music and voice, movies and radio to to mention a few.

As we depended on a greater volume of bewildering technology, good capitalists began to charge disproportionately more. Higher profit is hidden in complexity.

During the purchase of your vehicle you will be offered protection or insurance policies for different parts of your car. These extra policies come with complex contracts most dealers will not give or show you during the sale. The salesperson only gives you a brochure pointing out the benefits which you then approve and say yes to. Here’s the trick: the actual contract which they used to show you, must have in bigger print what is not covered.

So when the Federal Trade Commission forced big print honesty on the contract for the buyer, the seller’s sidestepped with an attractive brochure and the tricky contract later.

Some policies and add-ons may be a good value.

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