Frequently Asked Questions

Top Ten Questions:

    1) Can you find a car for me?
   
Yes!  We can help you find the car of your dreams.  Please check over our inventory as it changes frequently.  If you do not see what you like, simply call Kent McMillan for an appointment to begin your new vehicle search.
     
    2) Do I need to make an appointment?
   
Every customer is important to us.  In order to provide the best customer care, appointments are recommended.  We would hate for you to come by and find us busy with another customer.
     
    3) Do you take trade-ins?
   

Yes, we will take a vehicle on trade.  To help us provide you with the trade value difference, please bring along your vehicle loan information.

     
    4) What is the warranty?
   
We provide a 30 day or 1,000 mile warranty from the purchase date.  We also offer an extended warranty as well as a GAP policy (guaranteed auto protection) for those customers who are interested.  Prices options very upon vehicles.  We will be happy to give you a quote.
     
    5) What are my payment options?
   
We accept cash or verified check.  We also will provide information for bank wires.
     
    6) Do you offer financing?

We do provide financing for qualified individuals. We have an excellent relationship with our lenders and are able to ensure you superb rates and terms.

     
    7) How often do you update your ads?
   

We update our listings very frequently to ensure you are aware of our current inventory.

     
    8) Why do your listings not have prices?
   

We believe that our vehicles are much more than just the price.  You will feel better about your purchase once you have the opportunity to view the product. Our inventory is of the highest in quality.  Your satisfaction is our reward.

     
   

9) Do you notify my insurance company of the changes made?

   

We always verify changes to your insurance policy.  This is one less thing for you to be concerned with during this exciting experience.

     
   

10) Do I need a cosigner?

   

If you are a first time buyer, chances are you will need a cosigner.  Only the bank can tell us for sure.  Come talk with us and let us get you started in the right direction.