What do Americans hate more than negotiating on a car?
Not much, according to a new survey from Edmunds.com.
Nine out of 10 respondents said they wished car shopping was easier, many saying the experienced is more stressful that getting married or going on a first date, and there was hardly any variation in sentiment across demographic groups.
It’s so low on the list of things they like to do, that 33 percent said they’d rather take a trip to the dreaded DMV or work on their taxes than haggle over the price of a car, while 44 percent would give up Facebook for a month in exchange for a no-dicker sticker, and 21 would abstain from sex.
Oh, and if they’re looking for help, they can’t count on their friends, which were cited twice as much as a source of bad advice than good.
The most trusted font of information? The internet, of course.
The survey was conducted by Edmunds.com, after all.