I downloaded this to my Kindle and read parts of it right away and skimmed much of the rest. It's a VERY informative book. It covers everything you can think of, including internet negotiations and researching and shopping. Another reviewer's review mentioned it's only for new cars, but there is an entire section about used cars, and it seemed fairly thorough to me, including things to consider when deciding whether used is better for you than new. I didn't read it thoroughly, but offhand it looked as if it didn't go into a lot of detail about the actual negotiation process as with new cars, though. But that may be because many of the new car procedures apply to used cars. Still, I saw some useful information about that process. As for new cars, there is so much information that it boggles the mind. The one criticism I have others might not consider a negative, which is that it goes into so much detail about jumping through hoops to save $300 that I found that somewhat nonsensical. Spending hours to save a few hundred dollars doesn't seem like something I want to do. Time is money, and who has that kind of time? But some may want to do that. But for the most part, he gives practical advice and specific procedures on buying, which should result in savings of thousands off msrp, I should think. I checked out his website, also, and that is ALSO informative, with handy links. All of this in this book for less than $5. What a deal. I highly recommend it. I learned I did everything wrong the last time I bought a car. I won't be making those mistakes next time!