It isn't as far as I know. The dealer can put in writing (sales order) what he/she will sell a car for but it doesn't obligate the consumer. Most of the time when the dealer doesn't put it in writing they can back out of the deal. Putting it in writing only obligates the dealer. Until the contract and financing go through the buyer is not obligated. Let's face it... if you haven't paid money for the car already, can anyone really make you buy it?
To get a match for a specific remote on a 2003 Trailblazer you will need to order it from a dealership. Any dealership that sales Trailblazers will be able to order you a new remote.
Also note...the ORIGINAL purchase order for the bike is not signed by us or the dealership, would this make it a legally binding contract if we only signed an application and not the purchase order????
I believe the sales tax is the same if you buy from a dealership or from an individual - $6.25%.
The car dealership did not sign my contract, is it still binding?
There is a great Bentley Dealership in Atlanta, called Bentley Atlanta. It is an official Bentley Motors dealership, that offers sales, servicing and offers part sales too.
Dealership - 2010 Sales Contest 1-4 was released on: USA: 7 June 2010
Any car dealership.
The average income of a sales manager in the northeast USA in a auto dealership is $100,000 per yr. Deuces
Dealership to the consumer is when the car is officially sold. Cars on the dealers lot are inventory and not reported as sold.
If you buy it from a private owner there is no sales tax. If you get it from a dealership, you'll pay ~8% sales tax
It has proven difficult to find a specific percent of car sales that are done online. Many car sales are initially started by doing internet research but the purchase takes place at the dealership. It has been stated that about 30% of dealership sales come from the internet.