I went car shopping, and of course being Sunday the dealers were closed which meant I wouldn't be bothered by hungry salesmen, as I looked. However, since we are in the midst of a strong winter storm, it would make it uncomfortable for me to look into the window of the cars I was interested in to see the stickers. I realize I could do this from home on my iMac, but I wanted to see the actual car not a photo of it. I drove to the lot, then used my iPad to call up the dealers webpage. The ones I went to had a tab for "New Cars" or "Used Cars" which, when I went to, had full descriptions and all the sticker info of each car on the lot, as well as some info not normally found on the sticker. They also had photos of the car both inside and out, so I could be assured of the actual condition of the car I was looking at. I could sit in my car and read all the info and look at the car in comfort. If needed I could then get get out and do a quick walk around to see the vehicle from all perspectives. Others on this forum may have done this already but I wanted to share this idea for those who may not have thought of it, or read of it. Have fun and keep warm.