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Frequently Asked Questions

Keep in mind that getting truck financing is not a hard process, but it can lead you to form some very important questions that you will want to have answered for you. Truck financing can be a very great thing for you and fulfill your dreams of driving a vehicle that you used to play with as a child. The following question and answer page will help to fulfill this dream by answering some substantial questions for you.

Can I Trade in My Car for a Better Truck Financing Deal?

If you are looking to get rid of a car in order to buy a truck, you should definitely consider doing a trade-in for your vehicle so that you can get a decent amount of money toward your new truck finance plan. The process of getting a trade in for your car includes the dealership doing an assessment on its value and then getting a final price for the car. The money than goes toward your new truck plan and can be used for both the initial down payment and the monthly payments.

Is Insurance Included in My Plan?

There are some truck finance plans that offer the ability to include insurance as an additional price of the plan. This could save you some money if you end up getting a good insurance policy. You should always inquire about insurance before getting a truck finance plan so that you can evaluate whether or not you will have to get the truck insurance on your own.

Do Certain Truck Financing Options Affect my Credit Score?

If you are looking at different truck finance options, you should also keep in mind that certain ones may affect your credit score in a negative manner if you do not stay on top of your bills. For instance, if you take out a loan to pay for your truck and then end up neglecting to pay your loan bills when they are due, you could run into some trouble as far as your credit score is concern. The same holds true if you decide to take out a second mortgage but then don't stay on top of your finances. Therefore, when looking at truck finance options, be sure that you know you can afford the payments before getting one or you could be in for some serious trouble.

Deciding on financing options? Check out our buy or lease page.