Originally Posted by Loyale93
You're looking at a law in California. As has been mentioned above, rules, regs, fees, laws, etc. all change state to state. Don't call or email the dealer.
Go down there.
Tell (don't ask) them that you want to go over the final bill and see all charges, fees, etc.
Look at what Vision wrote above. That's probably what it is.
Please stop asking us to help you verify what the $294 was. Ask the people who are charging you. It's like asking us why the sandwich at your local shop is $9.50 when everyone else on this forum is buying sandwiches at $7.75. Talk with your sandwich maker and find out why it costs what it costs.
Also, if you can't afford eating the $75 difference that you claim is yours, you probably shouldn't have bought the new car. Just a side though.
Thank you all for your help.
It's not that I can't afford eating the $75, it's the principle. Why should I be out $75 extra when it's supposed to be my money?