Month: February 2013

Save money by refinancing your auto loan

Are your monthly car payments too high? Probably. Many consumers are paying more than they need to pay, whether they are prime, near-prime or “subprime” borrowers, or even have no previous credit history. What can you do about it? Have… Read more

Save money by refinancing your auto loan

Refinance and Receive Cash Back!

The following post originally appeared on our RoadLoans blog, The Open Road. Most people know they can refinance their home to save money on interest or to lower their monthly payment, but did you know you can refinance your auto loan also?… Read more

Refinance and Receive Cash Back!

Make sure you close the GAP on your auto loan

The following post originally appeared on our RoadLoans blog, The Open Road. Recently, my friend Susan visited RoadLoans.com to obtain financing to purchase a vehicle. She called me one night to share her experience, providing great reviews on the service she received…. Read more

Make sure you close the GAP on your auto loan

Should I buy new car or used car?

A few days ago, RoadLoans’ Brian Cupp spoke with a customer who wondered about whether there are advantages to buying a new car compared to a used car. “Which is better and smartest to buy, Brian?” the customer asked. Cupp… Read more

Should I buy new car or used car?

Chrysler Capital announcement

Chrysler Group LLC of Auburn Hills, Mich., and Santander Consumer USA Inc. of Dallas have formed Chrysler Capital to provide broad spectrum of financial services to Chrysler Customers and Dealers. See the full text of the Chrysler announcement …

Chrysler Capital announcement

The art of negotiating the best deal

The following post originally appeared on our RoadLoans blog, The Open Road. Recently a friend of mine asked, “How do you get the best deal when shopping for a vehicle?” I replied that the buying process – negotiating the best car deal… Read more

The art of negotiating the best deal