Yes, the dealer can charge whatever he wants for the vehicle. The sticker put on by the manufacturer is the manufacturers suggested retail price (MSRP). The dealer can go up from this price or he can go down from this price. It strictly depends on supply and demand. However you as a consumer can walk away from any dealership where you feel that the dealer is charging too much. The buyer always has the last word.
Of Course,cars do have stickers for decoration,for promotion and many other things.To make your car attractive you must try the variation available in the market like Vinyl car stickers,rear window stickers,custom car stickers and many more.
It is legal to sell nearly anything at a price someone is willing to pay, high or low.
In the EU, cars must display stickers that indicate the country it is registered in if they are to be driven in another country. For example, a car registered in Britain must display a 'GB' sticker if it is to be driven in France.
There are no "tire laws" for used car dealers.
Dodge dealers still offer the 2005 Dodge Ram cars. Most Ford dealers also offer the 2005 Dodge Ram cars. Most dealers stopped selling the car in last couple of years.
Used Holden Torana cars can be purchased from used car dealers. Some dealers who sell these cars are Drive and Carpoint. These dealers are located in Australia.
Yes the car dealerships can have the new cars also only the thing is that you have to demand for the new one from your side. There are two types of dealerships. There are new car dealers and used car dealers. New car dealers are almost always a dealer for a certain brand (it may be a Chevrolet dealership, for instance) and will have both new and used cars. Used car dealers are normally (but not always) a small independent dealer, and will only have used cars.
Any car the dealers near you would have
do dealers lease used cars
Possibly buy you will get very little for the car.
by putting the cars he sale on a big boat.
The legality of car bumper stickers varies from state to state and country to country. Technically stickers that could be catagorised as offensive, such as racist, swearing etc may be illegal.