Business and Personal Law
Buying your first car can be a scary proposition! In addition to deciding which car is best for you, finding one that fits into your budget, and planning for the expenses that owning a vehicle will add to your life, you must think about the contractual side of having a car.
Consumer resources from the federal government are available through this Web site. Use the Search box to locate information about buying a car.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) provides information for the consumer on a variety of topics. Use this link to find out about buying a used car and what you need to know before you do!
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) provides consumer tips on buying a new car. Use this link to find out more.
The QuickForm Contracts Web site allows you to create a hypothetical contract. Although you will be charged if you decide to order it once you have created it, there is no charge to practice creating a contract. Explore this site in order to learn more about a contract that you might sign if you decide to buy that car.