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Good Driver, Bad Credit: What Makes Your Car Costs So High

Monday, April 9, 2018
Lacie Glover | Nerdwallet

To get the best rate possible, before heading to a dealership, check your credit scores and get preapproved for an auto loan. You can still get financed on the spot, but “now you have this pretty strong negotiating chip to help you get an even better rate from the dealer,” says Delvin Davis, senior research analyst at the Center for Responsible Lending.