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Troubleshooter: Travelling far and wide to buy? Keep these things in mind

Troubleshooter: Travelling far and wide to buy? Keep these things in mind
Autos
As new vehicle retailers’ inventories start the slow climb back to pre-pandemic levels, and public health restrictions recede, auto shopping is starting to return to whatever normal is. And for a good percentage of buyers, that means comparing prices between retailers and doing a little car lot touring.

If you’re hunting for a deal on a popular make and model, such as any pickup truck, don’t be surprised at pushback from sales reps if you make an offer below what they think market value should be. And there are also a few things to keep in mind when purchasing a new vehicle from a dealer nowhere near your home or place of work.
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