"I never thought it could be this easy, my attorney told me about Replacevehicle. Within 2 days I was out of my old loan and into a new one at a rate of 11.99%."–Bart F - Carlsbad, CAGoing through a bankruptcy was difficult but thanks to Replacevehicle, I am driving a 2011 Toyota Camry at a lower payment that I had before."–Sam S - Anaheim, CA
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Do you know what your vehicle options are? You probably owe more on your vehicle than it's really worth, but you need it to get to work. You're afraid that you'll only be able to get a high interest loan after your discharge. So you keep your car and make those high payments that don't even report to the credit bureaus anymore.
MAKE GOOD CHOICES
When you get your discharge, it really is a new financial beginning. It's important though to make good decisions about your financial future. The first thing you need to do is get an automobile loan. You need to deal with a professional who not only can get you good financing, but also a great deal on the vehicle of your choice.
Try to finance the least amount of money your ego will allow. Cars are hunks of metal and glass that depreciate with every mile you put on them. Try to be practical about your needs. If you get a simple interest loan with no prepayment penalty, you will be able to trade or refinance later on.
Don't believe all of the pre-approval offers in the mail. The only reason you are receiving them is that car dealers know that you have just gotten your discharge. All they want you to do is come to their dealership and then the games begin.
AVERAGE INTEREST RATE AS OF 04/01/2013 IS 11.99% FOR UP TO
72 MONTHS. NO PREPAYMENT PENALTY
MAXIMUM LOAN AMOUNT IS 35.000 DOLLARS