How To Get The Most Out Of Your Money and Your Car
An automobile is a major purchase. Just think about it: In the last 10 years, have you bought anything that costs more than a car? A house or a college education, maybe. Yet, unlike a house, a car is not going to appreciate in value; and unlike an education, an SUV is not going to increase your earning potential.
A car isn’t an investment after all, because you’re not going to receive a return on it. It’s an expense, and the best you can do is to get the maximum use and enjoyment from the money you spend. Getting the most out of your car is a matter of careful maintenance. Getting the most out of your money is a matter of getting a good price on the car and the best deal on the related financing.
Negotiating a good price on your car can be stressful, but arranging for a good deal on your loan might not have to be. When they think of car loans, most people think of banks and dealer financing – but U.S. Eagle may offer the best, most flexible terms and the fastest loan process that’s available to you:
• Before you go shopping, visit U.S. Eagle to get pre-approved for a loan. Pre-approval will mean you have one less thing to worry about when you find the vehicle you want.
• The rates offered at U.S. Eagle on auto loans are probably lower than those that are offered by most banks and car dealerships in your area.
• Refinancing an existing loan on the car you currently drive could lower your rate and monthly payment, putting more money in your pocket – a good thing at any time.
• U.S. Eagle can help you insure your vehicle for its replacement value, in case of total loss, rather than the cash value that is typical of policies offered by most insurance companies.