Can car dealers add a broker's fee to the auto loans they give out?
I know car dealers tend to pile on fees when you're buying from them, but do these include a broker's fee for loans?
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Answered on Mar 08, 2021
A dealer can add many fees to the final cost of a vehicle, though a good portion of them are negotiable. The destination fee, the fees for title, tag, and registration, the documentation fee, and a vehicle inspection fee should be expected and considered mandatory. Nearly any other fee is negotiable and should be contested.
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