How to reduce stress about making your car payments on time

Financing a vehicle is a big commitment.

In most cases, it’s one of the largest financial obligations people have, second only to a home mortgage or, perhaps, student loans.

Santander Consumer USA (SC) wants to make it as easy as possible for you to figure out how to reduce stress about making your car payments on time, offering a variety of payment methods that enable customers to find one that fits their needs.

This includes more FREE options than ever before.

The easiest free payment option is Auto Pay, with funds deducted automatically from personal checking or savings account and credited to your Santander Consumer USA account by the due date. That way you won’t have to worry about missing a payment or possible negative financial impact.

Other free payment methods include paying online 24/7, paying by phone using our interactive voice system and mailing your payment (see infographic for more details).

Several other payment options we offer provide convenience but may include third-party fees.

The following infographic provides a quick guide to all payment options – fast, secure and many of them free – that Santander Consumer USA offers our customers:

How to reduce stress

Access all payment options at our Make a Payment page or sign up for MyAccount at Santander Consumer USA for easy and secure access.

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