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    Setting the Wheels in Motion with the Right Loan

    Buying a car is more than just a purchase; it’s a milestone for many. While the excitement of choosing a new vehicle is undeniable, the financial aspect can sometimes be daunting. Car loans are pivotal in turning

    Shopping for Car Loan Offers

    A car loan is essentially the contract between you and a bank which states that they are willing to give you the cash to purchase a particular vehicle. In return, you will pay them back over a

    When Should You Refinance Your Car Loan?

    Securing a low-interest loan should always be your absolute first priority when financing a car – or anything else. Cars have a very high depreciation rate, so it’s in your best financial interest to pay as little

    What factors can affect women being accepted for car finance?

    Whether it might be a gap in employment history, time out to look after children, supporting a partner’s career, joint accounts with bad credit or simply your own personal income, there are lots of ways you can

    Is Car Financing a Scam?

    Oftentimes many people don’t take the time they need in order to research financing before visiting the dealership. In terms of car financing, dealerships can easily take advantage of eager buyers. This is due to hidden fees

    Car loans package is ‘too complicated’ to save industry

    Credit help for the car industry, which manufacturers consider vital to revive the dire market and to save jobs, may be about to run into a fresh storm of controversy.

    Huge jump in borrowers requiring car loans

    Car scrappage scheme hailed a success, but concerns that it has encouraged consumers to take on more debt.

    PTSB drives expansion into ‘huge’ British car loan market

    PTSB is the biggest provider of car finance in Ireland and will this year approve more than €1 billion worth of car loans for the first time, up from the near €900m approved in 2005.