Yes, your credit rating is important. However, it may be easier than you think to build and maintain the kind of credit you want to have.
AAA, the nation’s largest travel organization, released the results of a survey earlier this month. It found that 64 million U.S. drivers aren’t able to pay for an unexpected vehicle repair without going into debt. AAA has some tips on planning for routine maintenance and unexpected car repairs.
We slice and dice Consumer Reports Top Picks for 2017 to come up with two affordable vehicles for credit-challenged buyers.
The true cost of buying and owning a vehicle involves more than the price of the vehicle. There are several other costs of buying a car that you should factor into your budget. Get informed and then you can avoid being caught off-guard toward the end of the process. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of all the car-buying costs you will likely encounter.
Here at Auto Credit Express, we specialize in helping people with bad credit find auto financing. For this reason, we are constantly getting asked about auto loans for people in all types of challenging credit situations. Getting approved for an auto loan in an open bankruptcy is one such of these topics.
You need to buy a car with an auto loan, and you know that you don’t have bad credit. In fact, you don’t really have a credit history at all. Will having no credit be a problem?
Recently, a house bill introduced in Delaware raised some important questions about the auto insurance factors providers use to price their policies. The Consumer Federation of America endorsed the bill, while others, like the American Insurance Association, were against it. Ultimately, the bill was tabled last week, but not before some valid car insurance issues were raised.