If you have bad credit, buying a car is not as hard as you might think. Many people feel that they have no options with a bad score, aside from building up their financials to a better place, but that is not the case. While your credit is certainly considered when you go to a purchase a vehicle, there is more taken into account than your score alone.
If you are in the market for a new car and are concerned about the status of your credit score, consider taking the following steps to make the experience as painless and efficient as possible:
1. Verify your credit score.
Believe it or not, credit scores can contain inaccuracies. While this will not likely increase your score by a drastic amount, checking your report before speaking with your car dealer is worth the extra time and effort. Continue reading…