Okay, so maybe the title is a bit dramatic, but we take car finances pretty seriously around here, and make it our job to learn and evaluate trends in the automotive industry. So, while we know plenty of folks who have had great success buying a car from a franchise car dealership, we've seen enough of the hard numbers to know that that's not always the best route for a lot of people--and can ultimately cause great financial disasters and financial stress.
Simple. By steering clear of them altogether.
Payday loans often require interest payments in the triple digits, and lawmakers in some states are actually trying to get rid of them altogether. Their reasoning? In many cases, there are no legal limits on how many personal payday loans a person can take out, leading to an aggressive debt cycle and increased predatory lending.
In Part One of the series, we discussed the advantages of having current income in order to get approved for a car loan despite bad credit.
In Part I of our series, we'll visit one of the key ways you can improve your chances of getting a car with bad credit. This series is designed for anyone who's trying to finance a car with bad credit, or even first-time car buyers who haven't yet had time to build their credit.