You may not know this, but car ownership costs are the second largest household expense in the U.S., 17% of take-home income. The average family spends almost as much money on cars every year as they do on food and health care combined!
The good news is that cars aren’t just a huge expense. For most people they can be one heck of an opportunity for saving.
There are so many opportunities to save or lose money here, so many tricks they try to play on you, I can’t tell you. Fortunately, I’ve learned all kinds of things to do and not to do over the last 55 years of car buying and especially thanks to the advice of a smart and very knowledgeable insider. A nationally known expert named Remar Sutton. And if you google Remar Sutton’s name, well game over.. because he da man.
In this course I’ll be sharing what I’ve learned with you and I believe this course, alone, is worth somewhere between a thousand and three thousand or more a year to you, depending on what price range you‘re buying in. Multiply this over the years and you’re talking one heck of a lot of money.