So, you’re finally on your own with a new job. If you’re like most Americans, a car is a necessary item—88 percent of Americans use their car to get to work. The path to getting an auto loan is full of pitfalls that can extract extra money over the course of the loan. And with the price of gas at record levels, getting a car that will serve your needs and fit into your budget may require some planning.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind before you visit the car dealer. Avoiding these landmines could mean saving thousands of dollars over the course of your loan payments and can help you get a car that’s right for your budget.
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