Monmouth County Consumer Help Page if you are buying a car

Monmouth County is both a beautiful and historic county. The services available to those members are listed at the Monmouth County website. There are listings for Board of Chosen Freeholders, 2011 County Budget, County Clerk’s Office, Sheriff's Office, Surrogate’s Office, Belford Ferry Terminal, BizConnect and various other departments including the Monmouth County Library and the Office of the Aging and Passport Information. 

There are many car dealerships in the State of New Jersey as well as ongoing business concerns. Monmouth County is known for its Oceanside communities and its farms. The Law Office of Jonathan Rudnick LLC has instituted suits against many dealerships which are located in the County of Monmouth which have been litigated in the Superior Court, Freehold. There is a separate Open Public Records Act demand listing on the Monmouth County website and, again, the towns of Shrewsbury, Red Bank, Middletown, Sea Bright, Belford, Leonardo, Eatontown, Neptune, Asbury Park, Neptune City, Howell and Rumson are all in Monmouth County, among others.

In Monmouth County you will encounter the same problems with both used and new car dealers. You have to make sure you are prepared before you go to the dealership on both financing and the specific vehicle that you're going to purchase from general car dealership you are visiting. It appears as though a majority of the car dealerships in Monmouth County are probably on the RTE 9 corridor.  There are also a good number of car dealerships by the Monmouth Mall near the old DMV.

It actually benefits the consumer when the dealerships are clustered together as they are Monmouth County. In this way, you can go from car dealership to car dealership compare prices. Further, you can save shopping time, negotiate by leaving the dealership and going to the dealership cross the street. Even asserting that you might leave the dealership and go to the dealership on the other side of the street is also very beneficial in the negotiating process. So Monmouth County provides those buying cars with a unique opportunity and negotiating advantage if used properly. You can visit numerous dealerships in a limited period of time and let the dealerships know that you are visiting limited dealerships you have a limited period of time.

Buying a car is a challenge so use all the assets available to you when you engage in this process, to you advantage.

Just remembered the risks are not go away of getting ripped off just because you have a lot of options. You still have to be informed and aware of what the available options are with regard to what vehicles are available and also what financing is available.

  • You also cannot be in a rush or sign documents just to get out of the dealership.
  • You sign documents just to get out of the dealership is always guaranteed your transaction is going to be unsuccessful.
  • Unsuccessful means you did not get the transaction that you wanted were negotiated for at the dealership.
  • You will have received the transaction that the dealership wanted and the dealership negotiate for at the dealership when you acquire the vehicle.
  • If you want the car you want on the terms you want you have to be prepared and have a plan.

You can always call the Law Firm of Jonathan Rudnick LLC if you need help after you have purchased a car and you feel you have been ripped off because buying a car is a daunting task and sometimes you just want to know about your options under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud or under New Jersey Lemon Law - both used and New Car Lemon Law.