There are a number of ways for people with bad credit to buy a new or used car, with one of the best options being to buy it from a dealership that offers bad- or no-credit loans. Buying a car with poor credit is possibl... More »

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Consumers seeking dealers that participate in the Credit Acceptance auto financing program can find one by completing a short application on the lender's official website. The applicant is then provided with the contact ... More »

Auto City in Brooklyn and Auto Expo in Huntington are among the car dealerships in New York that offer a financing option that does not require a credit check, as of 2016. In some cases, approval is given without the nee... More »

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Some financing options at Freeman Toyota in Santa Rosa, California, are new car loans, car leases, used care financing and no-credit loans, according to the dealership's official website. For more information and to rece... More »

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A used car can be purchased with bad credit by checking the credit scores a few months in advance of a purchase, and by shopping around for good deals and flexible loans, according to Edmunds.com. Depending on where the ... More »

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Options for buying a car with bad credit include auto financing from employers or insurance companies, financing options from dealers, auto loans for low income borrowers and loans from credit unions. Buyers with bad cre... More »

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As of 2016, Paul Blanco's Good Car Company does not offer used car loans, but it aims to help people get low-interest loans through its Fresh Start Program, as its official website explains. The program helps customers g... More »

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