A Car Salesman You Can Trust

LIFE AFTER WORK

Robert Chambers, 62, wanted to scale back his work hours and responsibility. So he left his career in computer services and began selling cars, seeing it as a fun way to stay as busy as he wanted while generating some income. But he quickly grew disillusioned with his new job. "I got sick of watching guys high-five behind glass walls" after they had bullied someone "who probably makes $10 an hour" into overpaying, he says.

That's when Chambers discovered his calling. He founded Bonnie CLAC (Car Loans and Counseling), a nonprofit that attempts to negotiate fair car prices for the working poor...

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