The process of buying a new car can be challenging enough, but it only gets more so when you have a bad credit score.
The vast majority of people need a car to get to work, to drive their kids to school and back, and for all those everyday chores. Finding a loan to cover the price of a new vehicle can be extremely difficult with a bad credit score, as many banks and lenders will see you as a risky investment. Visiting a used car dealer, though, can make things much easier. Certain dealerships will be happy to offer financing to customers with lower credit scores, but what questions should you ask before you can make an informed decision?
Is There a Minimum Credit Score I Need?
This is perhaps the most important question – it enables you to know whether or not you can actually qualify for the dealer’s [...]
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