Consumers with questionable credit should know that there is something in addition to an auto loan that could improve their FICO scores.
Consumers with problem credit thinking of applying for an auto loan need to first check their credit reports to be sure they meet the minimum in-bureau requirements of the majority of subprime lenders.
Borrowers that have experienced problem credit often have budgets and that are sensitive to the premium costs associated with auto insurance coverage required for car loans.
In our experience consumers with questionable credit have a better chance of successfully completing an auto loan if they place the most dependable cars at the top of their shopping lists.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently developed an online tool that could help car shoppers with deficient credit profiles estimate in advance what kind of gas mileage they should expect in order to control some of the expenses over and above their car loan payment.
Here at Auto Credit Express we’ve always felt that a service contract was one of the better dealer backend products for borrowers with problem credit, especially if they’re financing a used car with a high-risk auto loan. But a recent article from the Service Contract Industry Council which includes a number buying tips also points out another reason why purchasing one might be a good idea.
Here at Auto Credit Express we often get a question from car shoppers searching for online car loans that goes something like this: “if I have lousy credit can I get a car loan and if I get one can I finance a new vehicle?”