Car dealers and corrupt politicians conspire to keep consumers captive, forcing them to go to greedy car dealerships to purchase a new car. This outrageous monopoly costs American car buyers billions of extra dollars each year. Plus it often ruins lives when dealers engage in fraud, deception, or sell cars with killer safety defects.
What can you do to break free from the car dealer monopoly? Well, if you are buying a USED car, you don’t have to go there. You can usually get a much better deal on a nice, safe used car without having to spend 4 – 6 hours being tormented by a greedy car dealer. This is how some of the nation’s leading consumer advocates buy a car — without the hassles and risks that come with buying from a professional crook:
Safety recall defects are dangerous, putting precious lives at risk. So why don’t consumers get safety recall repairs done? Surveys show that a major reason is that many consumers are afraid of taking their car to a car dealer.
According to a report in the Detroit News:
“The big problem is that recalls depend upon the private vehicle owner to take the car to a dealer and get it fixed. In newer cars, that compliance rate is more than 80 percent, but when a car is five years old or older, the rate drops to around 44 percent, according to a new survey by ChecktoProtect.org which was founded by FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) and the nonprofit National Safety Council and announced June 22.
Surveys done by Autotrader.com show that a lot of car buyers don’t trust dealers to fix recall issues properly, and they also worry about the dealer charging them extra for non-recall repairs.”