Finance Series

Financing a vehicle can be stressful, cause a headache, and be really worrisome if you don’t have a stellar credit score.

Buying a used car can save you thousands in the long run, but you’ll want to watch your wallet when it comes to financing a used car.  When you buy a new car, the car’s value immediately plummets when you drive off the lot – that isn’t the case with a used car, since the original owner already took that hit. However, some used dealerships will use ploys that make it very hard to get a decent loan or to get out from under your debt. Don’t fall victim to careless used dealerships.

In this series, we will cover everything from financing a used car, tips to save you money, and all things about aftermarket protection and warranty purchases. 

At Trust Auto, we work with highly esteemed banking institutions to provide each customer with the best rate possible.

Knowing Your Options for Financing a Used Vehicle

Knowing When an Extended Warranty is Worth it… and When to Walk Away

Why Paying Your Car Loan Weekly Will Save You Money

What to Expect if You Have Bad Credit When Applying for a Car Loan