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 What is a documentation fee for buying a car?

Answer When buying a car, the documentation fee is a charge added by the dealership to offset expenses connected to titling, registering and procuring license plates for clients. The cost can range from n... Read More »
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Documentation on study of prospects on pre-purchase buying behavior for digital cameras?

On my nikon d40 it lasts for a long time, when you first got it you should have killed the battery all the way then charged it to the max without unplugging and then your battery should be good.
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When buying a camcorder battery how do i get a good price without buying a potentially explosive iece of junk?

Whether you are buying a "brand named" battery of a "non brand name" battery... A battery is a battery. All batteries are pretty much made in China and all you are paying for is a name... These bil... Read More »
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How to Tell If You Are Buying Good Leather When Buying a Chair or Sofa?

Not all leather is created equally, so checking your leather furniture for signs of poor quality before you buy is a must. To minimize the risk of buying bad leather, shop only at reputable stores ... Read More »
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What can you do when buying a used Ipod to avoid buying stolen goods?

If you are allowed access to the IPod by the seller, copy down the serial number and take it to your local police agency and ask them to check the serial number for stolen. Many (most?) departments... Read More »
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