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“Dave came highly recommended to me by a friend who had used his services a few times. I'm very glad I got his number! Right from the very beginning I felt Dave was honest and upfront, gave me his expert opinion and also allowed me to make my own decisions. I definitely felt in "partnership" with Dave throughout the whole process, which in actual fact wasn't that long; he managed to find a buyer at the price I wanted pretty quickly. I would definitely recommend Dave and I won't hesitate to contact him when I'm ready to start looking for a new car.”

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Credit Scores and Interest Rates

Going into a dealership to buy a car without knowing your score is a dangerous (and costly) thing to do.  The quickest way to find out your credit worthiness is to apply for a loan at a local credit union or your bank, not by asking the dealership to do it.  Applying (and being approved by) at a Credit Union or Bank will let you know your approval level (tier one, tier two, etc) and will give you leverage when you are at the dealership and they are checking your credit.  If there are issues with your credit you will also be able to review the report and take action to improve your score.  I recommend if you are in a posy ion to wait, get that score up and buy the car at a lower rate.  Patience is generally your best friend when buying a car.