Steering You Right

Many pitfalls await the first-time automobile shopper, from lemons to predatory loans. And do you even need a car? If you're moving to an unfamiliar area to launch your career, you may not even know yet.

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By Bob Greiner |  April 6, 2006; 2:04 PM ET  | Category:  Wheels
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Could you provide us all with the links to automaker "recent grad" discounts? Your newspaper section advertised those links as being on the Grad Guide website but they appear to be missing...

Posted by: Josh | April 7, 2006 10:02 AM

You can find the incentives by going here...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/jobs/features/2006/gradguide/car.html

... and then clicking on "Car Shopping: Incentives for Grads".

Thanks -- hope it's useful.

Posted by: David P. Marino-Nachison | April 7, 2006 11:02 AM

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