NEW YORK(Reuters) – People hate buying cars, because they think the seller will take advantage of them.

That is why many financial advisers offer car-buying help as a concierge service. Some advisers will call ahead to negotiate for you, some will go car shopping with you and some will go the whole last mile and arrange for a car delivery, so you never even have to set foot in a dealership.

Buying a car “is the second-largest expense our clients are likely to have after buying a house,” said Rick Kagawa, a certified financial planner in Huntington Beach, California.

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