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Will car loan payoff improve credit score?
You save on interest when you close out an auto loan. Find out if it helps your credit, too.
Should you get a car loan from the dealer?
Car loan: Ready, set, approved, rejected
What is a 36-month new-auto loan?
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How to spot a car loan modification scam
The car loan has become a vehicle for the latest scam. Steer clear of fraud, using our road map.
Can a dealer kill a car loan and take back car?
A car loan can be denied post-deal. If it's too long after, you should check with authorities.
What if I pay off my car loan early?
Some say it will hurt your credit score to pay off your car loan early. Here's what really happens.
Blank-check auto loans can ease car-sale woes
Follow these steps when taking a blank check from your lender to a car sale to streamline the deal.
Should I reaffirm car loan after bankruptcy?
Reaffirming your car loan might be possible, but negotiating a lower payment, too? Not likely.
Will settling car loan debt kill credit score?
A bank settlement sounds like a good deal, but find out the implications for your credit score.
What is the highest rate on a car loan?
A car loan rate shouldn't exceed your state's usury rate. Find out what you can do if it does.
How can car co-signer avoid credit crash?
Here's some credit damage control if you vouch for someone else's car loan, and it goes unpaid.
Should I add my son as a co-owner of my car?
Want to share car ownership? Check on whether your insurance and auto loan should change.
Should you refi your car loan to a lower rate?
A car loan refi would seem obvious at today's rates, but it might not be worth the bother.
How to prevent your car from being repossessed
Lenders would rather not repo a car. Here's how to get the bank to restructure your auto loan.
What if car loan refinance is too costly?
You may be faced with a car loan refi offer that doesn't cut the cost enough. What can you do?
Establish credit by co-signing a car loan?
If you have no credit, co-signing a car loan with someone who does can help, but it's risky.
Should I make payments on 2 car loans?
Buying a new car but your trade-in won't cover your old car loan? These are your options.
How to stay afloat on your car loan
Sounds simple, but don't buy a car you can't afford. Shop within these guidelines.
6 keys for making a car purchase online
Buying a car online is a good way to negotiate a fair price without resorting to haggling.
5 useful tips on employing a car-buying service
A car-buying service can save money. Follow these tips to decide if it's right for you.
Pay half a car payment twice a month?
Making half a car payment can help you save money, but check on dealer limitations first.
Risks of including car loan in bankruptcy
Reaffirming a car loan in bankruptcy can have negative consequences if you aren't careful.
Have bad credit? Car financing gets easier
You can get a car loan with a low credit score, but driving away with a good rate is another matter.
Who gets car when primary owner dies?
Ownership is sticky when a loan's primary borrower dies and the co-signer doesn't inherit the car.
Zero percent car loans: Are they worth it?
No-interest auto loans have their pros and cons. Don't just assume they're a good deal.
Car loan debt stays with owner upon death
Refinancing your car into your own name could protect a spouse in the event of your death.
Refinance car loan to cut interest payment
If you pay more in interest than in principal, go for a car loan refi to lower the rate.
Can't make your final car loan payment?
It's just like every other car payment. Miss it and the repo man will pay you a visit.
Survey: Car shoppers tap brakes
Bankrate's survey finds that today's car shoppers are most concerned with price and fuel economy.
Demand better car loan rate
If at first you don't refinance, try, try again. Lenders are loosening car loan credit.
Getting the best deal on new-car financing
Nab the best deal on new-car financing by checking the numbers and doing your homework.
How can you get out of a hefty car loan?
The only way to get out of a car loan and keep your car is to pay it off.
5 ways to trim a subprime car loan rate
Can't beat a bad credit rap in the short term? You can still shave your car loan costs.
Should you pay your car loan off early?
If you want to make up for a crazy-high interest rate, pay an extra $100 every month.
Pay interest on late car loan charges?
For the bank to release your car's title, you'll have to pay all loan fees in arrears.
5 timely tips for an affordable car loan
Want to lower your monthly costs? Get more mileage out of a cheaper car loan.
Fix your credit before seeking a car loan
To get the best auto loan rate, take these steps to improve your credit score.
When can a lender refuse a car loan?
After you've driven a car off the lot, can a lender turn down a car loan?
Get the best deal on new-car financing
Know your rate and borrowing terms before you seek the best deal on new-car financing.
Avoid common mistakes with car loans
Car loans can seem mysterious to the buyer. Learn these common car financing mistakes before you buy.
Should you borrow money to buy a car?
There's more than one way to finance a new car. Ponder these points before choosing one.
Pay off mortgage or car loan first?
What a dilemma -- whether to pay off a mortgage or car loan? Consider these points before deciding.
Use car loan calculators to help you save
Bankrate.com's car loan calculator can help you find the best deal and one that you can afford.
3 ways to save cash on car loans
Use these three strategies to get the best deal you can on your next car loan.
Use a car loan calculator to help you save
Bankrate.com's car loan calculator can help you find the best, most affordable deal for you.
Can you lower the interest on a car loan?
If you have good credit, you may be able to cut the interest rate on your car loan. Here's how.
New car loan after bankruptcy?
Consider these factors before deciding to reaffirm a car loan or get a new one to repair credit.
Find the best car loans
Don't be fooled by the dealer. Do your research ahead of time to find the cheapest car loans.
5 tips to avoid an upside-down car loan
Dodging a drop in your car's value would seem a stretch, but you can avoid a car-loan catastrophe.
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