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Cliff Cottam Insurance Servicesis always searching for informative articles to pass along to you.  Here is an article from Car Pro that you may find interesting. 

Being accessible to my listeners by email allows me to interact with all sorts of people. I hear from folks who have bought many vehicles, those who have never bought one, people with great credit, bad credit, no credit, and just about every scenario you can imagine. That is one of the things that keeps it interesting. If you are someone who has bought many cars before, you may get to experience something new, something you have never done before, and most likely something you said you would never do…pay MSRP for a car.

In case you don’t know, MSRP is the abbreviation for Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. That is the price the builder of the car deems as reasonable. Many have never paid that amount for a car, much less pay that and be HAPPY to get it for that amount. The good news is, the winds of change are upon us.

Some people won’t have the stomach for this new way to buy a car. As I have been talking about for more than six weeks, the sudden gas spikes have caused a shortage of many of the popular fuel-efficient cars. This was prior to the horrific earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan a little more than a month ago. That event made a bad situation worse and we haven’t even seen the worst of it yet.

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