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If it has been some time since you have looked at any new cars, then you could be in for a pleasant surprise when you see the most up to date technology. It's not very as futuristic as George Jetson's ride that turns into a briefcase, but there are still some neat gadgets nowadays.

Available on a wide number of new cars, this technology uses black and white cameras and LIDAR to determine the distance from you to the vehicle in front of you. LIDAR is laser radar that sends out a signal that pings or bounces off objects in front of you to determine speed and distance. The driver presets following distance then sets boat trip speed using the boat trip control function. If someone in front of you speeds up, you will also speed up to the preset speed. If someone in front of you brakes or reduces, you will reduce as well. Some systems allow the driver to resume control, and some systems will bring the vehicle to a complete stop if necessary.

With all of these modern gadgets out there, you could be thinking this could be too much to handle. If it's been a few years since you bought a new vehicle, you may not even recognize keyless entry, GPS navigation, anti-lock brakes, or other new systems. Take a drive to your nearest dealership to see what new cars they have to offer.

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The car dealer is one of the few remaining people in America that you still have to consistently haggle with. While salespeople and high-powered businessmen may love the challenge of negotiating a large amount, the average person often finds the process stressful and exhausting. The uncertainty and doubt make the buying process more complicated than lots of people would care to deal with. However, with a few simple tips, you can turn this stressful process into an enjoyable experience.

There are two major statistics that every salesman cares about, whether they're selling automobiles or kitchen knives: the close rate and average ticket. Both of these numbers affect their ranking within the company, annual incentives, and other rewards. In a sales field where every closed deal is a significant dollar amount, the close rate is far more important than the average ticket. Remember that the employee who's selling you this vehicle intends to make the sale more than anything else. He's not interested in squeezing a few extra dollars out of you to boost his commission; he intends to exceed his quota for the month so he can get an incentive or a vacation. If you go to a trustworthy dealership with a good rating online, you should feel comfortable that the company is giving you a fair, honest price.

The easiest way to foster fear is through a lack of information. When you become part of a negotiation without doing the proper prep work, there is no way for you to know if the salesman is giving you all the facts. Know what form of vehicle you want, as well as the exact specs, features, and upgrades that are available. You should also plan to visit more than one car dealer and compare prices. One of the easiest ways to create a frank conversation about price is to simply come out and say what you were offered at another location.