Buy a Car the Web Way
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Unless you're sitting on a hefty savings account, buying a new or used car means taking out a loan. Use these sites to learn the ins and outs of auto financing, including how to access your credit score, improve your credit, calculate payments, and find a loan.
- Getting your financing through the car dealership can be convenient but it can cost you a lot of money if you're not getting a good rate. Before you head to the dealer, check your bank's Web site (or any bank's Web site) to get an idea of current interest rates so you can better evaluate any offer from the dealer.
- For more information about obtaining a loan, and about loans in general, see the findingDulcinea Personal Finance Guide.