Buying a car is often a stressful and confusing process, with salesman pressuring for the sale while you try to juggle sticker prices and discounts and upgrades in your head. Smartphones helped alleviate some of the stress of a visit to the car lot, as you can now quickly search and compare prices. But what if you could skip the car lot all together and buy a car online with the same ease as buying toilet paper or a new phone charger? It turns out they are more similar than you may realize. For our tips on car-buying online, read the full story on our sister site, Living on the Cheap.