The process of building credit can feel like a Catch-22 for drivers. Drivers might need to take out an auto loan to get into the car they need and begin building up their credit score. However, few auto loan providers are willing to extend loans to drivers who already have poor scores. This can be a frustrating situation that's seemingly impossible to escape. Now, there's finally a solution for drivers who need to start building credit without waiting months or even years for their scores to improve — low-income auto loans in Philadelphia, PA from the team at PA Auto Credit.
Everyone knows that having a high credit score unlocks more opportunities. From getting the best rates on an auto loan to finding the perfect apartment, a higher credit score makes borrowers more appealing to lenders of all types. Unfortunately, building credit can be confusing and difficult — especially for borrowers with negative credit items on their reports or those who haven't yet had the chance to build credit. PA Auto Credit is proud to help members of the Bucks County community increase their credit score and get into the vehicle they need with their bad credit car loans in Philadelphia, PA.
Purchasing a first vehicle can be exciting — but it can also be confusing and stressful, especially if a driver has bad credit and cannot get the loan that they need through traditional methods. PA Auto Credit is happy to make buying a first car easier for buyers who need a bad credit auto loan in Trenton, NJ.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way Americans live and work, one challenge that very few experts predicted is presenting itself: limited access to transportation. An increased number of vehicles on the road and wariness from drivers to accept passengers can make it significantly more challenging to find a ridesharing pool. Additionally, many carpooling programs have been cancelled, as employees work together to socially distance themselves.
Drivers with lower income often have a difficult time finding the auto loan they need to buy the car that they want. These drivers often end up settling with a vehicle that doesn't fit their needs, simply because the price fits in their budget. In some cases, a low income driver might even continue to drive a vehicle that they know is unsafe just because they cannot find a lender to provide them with a bad credit or repo finance in Trenton, NJ. Finally, there's a safe solution for drivers on a limited income who need a new vehicle — low income auto loans from PA Auto Credit.
Drivers who hit the road this Memorial Day weekend were in for a few unexpected surprises. First, fewer travelers on the road meant shorter average trip lengths. Second, their trip may have cost a fraction of what it did last Memorial Day. Gas prices across the United States averaged about $2.05 a gallon last weekend, marking the most affordable gas prices since 2016.
As the coronavirus spreads throughout the United States, more and more Pennsylvanians are taking their health into their own hands to stay home and flatten the curve. But staying indoors and staying healthy doesn't need to be boring. PA Auto Credit is encouraging Pennsylvanians to explore new hobbies and try out new skills during this period of quarantine.
Many Americans now believe that balancing a checkbook is a skill that's no longer necessary in the modern era of technology and mobile banking. However, the truth is that a large percentage of men and women overestimate their bank or credit union's ability to keep an accurate and up-to-date tally of their funds. In 2019 alone, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) reported that banks had collected over $11.45 billion in overdraft fees. This spring, PA Auto Credit is empowering consumers to take control of their finances by educating the public on the importance of hands-on budgeting.
A low credit score can make it significantly more difficult to get an auto loan, go back to school, or buy a home. Even worse, it can be difficult to improve a low credit score — men and women with a poor score might need to work for months to see an improvement in their scores. PA Auto Credit's Fresh Start Financing program is connecting drivers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey with the financing they need to get the car they deserve.
Nearly every child in America begs for a puppy at some point in his or her life. Unfortunately, not many children understand the full cost and time commitment that raising a puppy requires. The post-holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year for shelters, as parents give up puppies and dogs bought for children as presents. This season, PA Auto Credit is encouraging anyone considering adding a furry friend to their family to adopt a foster pet instead of buying a dog from a pet store.