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Stuff happens, especially these days. If you've had a rough couple of years, you may be unsure how to find auto loans for people with poor credit. But it's really not that hard to get financing for an auto purchase even if you've had issues with your credit in the past. You just have to know where to look, and how to get approved in spite of your credit problems. If you're one of the millions of Americans affected by the economic downturn, you've probably seen the results of your credit problems when you've attempted to get a loan. The… Read More

Quick Auto Loan Calculator
Are you looking for a quick auto loan calculation ("calc")? If you are in the market for your next vehicle, you probably already know it's a good idea to get an auto loan set up before you begin shopping. By prequalifying for a RoadLoans auto loan before you look for vehicles, you'll know beforehand that you have financing in place to get the vehicle you need. That will give you the confidence to be able to get into the vehicle that's right for you. So what information do you need to calculate your auto loan? Head over to RoadLoans and we'll show you how to begin. Naturally, we'll need to… Read More

Using an Auto Loan Payoff Calculator
Are you in a situation where you're ready to pay off your car loan early? If you're looking for an auto loan payoff calculator, you might be in this situation. There are a few reasons you might be ready to close out your car loan before the end of the term. The most obvious reason is that you suddenly have an infusion of cash, and want to use it to pay down your debt. If this is the case, then congratulations! Paying off some of your higher-interest installment loans is one great step toward getting out of debt. Another reason… Read More

Personal bankruptcies are still at all-time highs, and lots of troubled consumers wonder whether they can get auto loans while in bankruptcy. The answer isn't simple. In fact, the best answer is, "it depends." First of all, there are two different types of personal bankruptcy: Chapter 13 and Chapter 7. These aren't the only kinds of bankruptcy in the law books. There are also chapters 9, 11, and 12, but these are for municipalities, corporations and fishermen/farmers. Chances are pretty good that you and your family will be dealing with Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 if you're looking for auto… Read More