Featured Site: AskPatty.com
Every time I get a car or have to visit a mechanic, I inevitably have to drag a man with me. Boyfriend, father, brother. Even if that men knows less about cars than I do. Simply because having a man there makes dealers and salesmen act differently. Stand straighter. Talk about pretty colors less. It's annoying. It's frustrating. It's downright insulting. Which is why if I go by myself and don't know of don't understand something, I'm always reluctant to ask, too afraid to seem even more clueless than they assume I am. I'm sure many women have had similar unpleasant experiences.
Solution? If you have questions you need to ask ladies, go to AskPatty.com. At this great website you can find a comfortable safe place to as anything you can possible need to know on car related topics where no one will make you feel bad about it.
"Women purchase half of the vehicles sold in the United States each year, spending over $80 billion. Yet, shopping for and buying a car can be a challenge for women who are first time car buyers or for women who had a bad experience in the past with a car salesman or dealership.
The "Ask Patty" website is a safe place for women to get advice on car purchases, maintenance and other automotive related topics. Women can ask Patty for automotive advice when they go to www.askpatty.com or, go to www.carsmagazine.com and click on the "Ask Patty" icon.
Questions can be submitted to Ask Patty via an interactive blog. Patty will typically reply back to the consumer the same day. Selected questions and answers will be posted on an interactive blog, paneled by automotive women experts for the benefit of all consumer women."
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