No. Dealer Fees. Ever.
Dealer fees are charges added to the price of a car. They appear alongside legitimate state fees, like title and registration, but they are anything but legitimate. Dealer fees represent nothing but additional, hidden profit to the dealer.
Dealer fees allow dealers to advertise prices far below what they will actually sell the car for, and then tack on these bogus charges after a price has been agreed upon.
How much are dealer fees? A lot! Dealer fees range from as low as $299 to well over $2,000! They also have many different names, just to make things even more confusing: doc fees, dealer prep, dealer services, etc…
Earl Stewart Toyota believes a fair price, offered up front without haggling and without bogus add-on fees, is the honest way to do business!
For more information on how you can protect yourselves, friends, and family from falling victim to a dealer fee, please click here to check out Earl’s blog article.
Please take a few seconds to let the Florida Legislature know that you’d like to see the dealer fee outlawed by signing our petition: