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Car Buying

Learn everything you need to know to get a great deal when buying or refinancing a car.

Buying a car can be a fun and exciting process, but you’ll get a better deal on it if you’re armed with the right information. On this page, you’ll find everything you need to get a good deal on your dream car or truck.
We will tell you how to shop for the best rate, read and understand a loan’s terms, and refinance an auto loan when it can better meet your needs. Make this page the first stop in your car-buying process, and you’ll be well on your way to coming out miles ahead.



Buying a Car

While shopping for a vehicle is exciting, it can also be complicated and time-consuming. There are many factors to consider, including:

  • The monthly payment you can afford.
  • Whether you should buy or lease a vehicle.
  • What you get with on-the-lot financing.
  • How car buying services work.
  • How to get the very best deal.
  • And more.

Click on the image to access our resources and learn all of these things, and more.

By understanding how auto loans work and thinking carefully about what would work for you before you buy (or lease) will help you drive away happy.

Refinancing a Car Loan

Refinancing an auto loan can often save you money or better meet your changing needs. But if you refinance at the wrong time, you could actually end up losing money.

Learn when you should and shouldn’t refinance, as well as:

  • How to get the best rate.
  • How to refinance without any stress or hassle.
  • How refinancing affects your credit score.
  • And more.

Click on the image to access all of our auto loan refinance resources now.


Other Education Center Resources

Home Buying

Buying a home is an exciting endeavor. And with the proper guidance, it doesn’t have to be stressful.

Building Your Credit

It’s never too early or too late to think about building your credit history, and we’ll give you insider tips on how to do it.

Consolidating Debt

Learn how to consolidate debt to save money and pay off your credit cards and loans faster.


Disclaimer - These resources are intended to provide general information and shouldn't be considered financial, legal, or tax advice. It's always a good idea to consult a financial or tax advisor for specific information as it applies to your individual financial situation.