Car dealerships need to collect fees to pay for business expenses like salaries, building maintenance, health care, and other costs associated with overhead. For this reason, it often costs more for individuals to purchase a car from a dealership than it does to finalize a person-to-person sale.
In a perfect world, the paperwork will be in line with your expectations. But mistakes and misunderstandings sometimes happen. And once you’ve signed your vehicle financing contract, you’re legally bound to adhere to its terms.