Borrowed Car Agreement

Eliminate Car Buyers Remorse
With an Overnight Delivery

Overnight it with a borrowed car agreement...
The 9ᵗʰ of 11 essential steps in the car buying guide

If you've made it this far in the car buying guide, then congratulations, because this is what I consider to be one of, if not the single most important step to buying a car.

This is such a simple step, yet 99% of all car buyers I have worked with do not do it. Do yourself a favor and do not buy a car without reading this small bit of extremely valuable advice.

Here's what
you'll want to do:

  • Ask for a copy of the four square

  • Have them print you out a copy of the Retail Installment Contract (if you are going to finance through the dealer)

  • Ask them to print you a copy of the Buyers Order with extended warranty and GAP protection (if you want these coverages) included

  • Then Fedex the car for the night.

In other words, the dealership will have you fill out a Borrowed Car Agreement (BCA) to borrow the car for the night.

To Fedex a car, is car salesman slang for borrowing the car overnight.

This is a
crucial step that you must take!

Borrowing the car for the night allows you to wake up the next morning with a clear head and truly determine if this is the right car for you.

It also allows you to go home and review all the figures and do some research to determine if the deal you are getting is a "good deal" for you.

This is so much easier to do when you are not rushed and when you are in a pressure free environment with no salesman or closers trying to push you to make a deal now.

This is an extremely important step, please do yourself a favor and do not skip it! If you do not follow this very simple piece of car buying tip, then you risk a really bad case of Car Buyers Remorse.

Now that you know the importance of the borrowed car agreement...
What would you like to do next?

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Four Square Negotiating
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Finance Office

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