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Car Buying Is Stressful

Buying a car is one of the most anxiety-producing financial tasks many people will ever tackle. Cars have price tags, of course, but everyone knows you're not supposed to pay the full sticker price and that you'll have to haggle face-to-face with the dealer to get a good deal.

So car shoppers long for transparency and to be able to lock in the price of the, TrueCar has some caveats that you should know about before you use the site to buy your next car.

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