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Think leasing a vehicle is a scam? So do a lot of people, but the reality is it’s not any worse or harder than financing a vehicle. Continue reading
You wouldn’t go outside in 10 degree weather for a morning run without warming up your body first, so you can’t expect your car to operate properly without the same treatment. Winterize your car to keep it in optimal condition this year. Continue reading
The introduction of hybrid vehicles not only introduced a way to drive a car in a more economically friendly manner, but it also allowed people to receive a financial reward in return. Continue reading
If you’re applying for a car loan and you’re offered a 0% APR you may think you’ve died and gone to heaven, but some people are questioning if it’s really that good of a deal. Continue reading
Driving in the snow — it’s something that we all hate, but most of us can’t avoid it. Wintry weather can make it difficult to get from point A to point B, but if you follow some of our safe driving tips you shouldn’t have any problem! Continue reading
The third quarter 2013 auto loan delinquency rate has officially been released by TransUnion, which shows an increase in balances and number of financing opportunities to subprime borrowers. Continue reading
Used car shopping can be extremely tricky, and there is always chance you could be buying an old junker that isn’t even worth the price of gas. Luckily, we are here to help you determine which pre-owned cars are good and which are lemons. Continue reading
Credit scores are a complicated but important part of our adult life, and it’s likely that there is more that goes into determining those scores than you think. If you’re not careful you could harm yourself in more ways than you’re aware of. Continue reading
Getting a divorce is never soemthing that is planned, so having your spouse on your vehicle loan seems like no big deal, but when the inevitable hits it could mean disaster. Continue reading