I went shopping for a car about a month ago and now I have about 20 inquiries, can you get rid of them?
Special Treatment Cases
It can be shocking to see the avalanche of credit inquiries that can show up after a day of auto shopping. But there is good news. The FICO credit scoring model is structured to allow rate shopping for both automobiles and mortgages. Both are treated in a special way that will spare your credit scores and negate the need for credit repair.
You may have an unlimited number of inquiries for auto loans (and mortgages) in any 45 day period of time and they will only count as a single inquiry as far as your credit score is concerned. Furthermore, the score hit will not occur until 30 days after the first of the inquiries happened. So, in answer to your question, there is no need for credit repair as these auto inquiries are not a problem.
A Caution About Inquiries
On a separate but related issue, it is good that you are checking the inquiry section of your credit report. In your case all is well, but it is always worth looking carefully for inquiries that you do not recognize as they may be an early sign of fraudulent activity or identity theft. Credit reports provide a list of all creditors phone numbers, including those who have inquired into your credit. So if you ever see a mystery inquiry it is easy to pick up the phone and check it out.