Many car buyers search the web for tips and advice before they purchase or finance their next vehicle. However, you should be wary that some of this advice is outdated and too broad to apply to every situation. Look out for these car buying myths when researching for your next vehicle purchase.
Buying a car while in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a lengthy process, but it can be done.
You will need to figure out how auto insurance rates are determined, how you can get the best possible rate for the kind of policy you need and what (if any) discounts you qualify for.
Would you know how to use your extended warranty coverage if you decided to get a vehicle service contract? Most people don’t know how it works, but they are pleased to learn that the process is often relatively easy and straightforward. That is, if you have the right coverage and provider.
If damaged credit has been a problem during your search for an auto loan, your employment history can be extremely important.
Roadside breakdowns are inconvenient for everyone, but the good news is that most of them can be entirely prevented. How? Don’t get slack with your vehicle maintenance routine.
According to recent data from TransUnion, longer term loans can pose a high risk for subprime borrowers.