Many car buyers with credit issues want to know if they can get an auto loan with no money down. If you are dealing with imperfect credit, unfortunately, you’ll be hard pressed to find a zero down offer.
The conventional wisdom has always been to avoid buying brightly colored cars. This is because cars with “out there” colors, such as orange and yellow, are said to have a more limited resale market. However, a recent study and Honda are both saying that brightly colored cars may have more advantages attached to them than you’d think.
Cars play an important role in most of our lives. Many people spend both a lot of time in their cars and a lot of money on them. With this in mind, Bankrate.com set out to rate the overall experience for motorists in each state.
When you have bad credit, it can be tough to get approved for a car loan. Most lenders aren’t willing to approve applicants with poor credit, which can leave you looking for alternative options. Two of the most common ways is through either a bad credit auto loan or a buy here pay here dealership.
The end of the year is a great time to be in the market for a vehicle. So, it might not be a bad idea to have a car at the top of your holiday wish list. And if you have bad credit, it doesn’t have to take a Christmas miracle in order to get approved for an an auto loan.
The Federal Reserve (or the Fed) just raised its main interest rate for the first time in 2016 last week. While the interest rate hike was modest, consumers still need to be aware of the effect it may have in the near future.
The first big snow storm hit many parts of the country this past weekend. You can bet it won’t be the last. With that in mind, the Car Care Council has provided drivers with a six-point checklist you can use to winterize your vehicle.