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/ Mar 14,2019

Car Driving in Australia: The Absolute Basics

New to driving in Australia? There are a few things you should be keeping in mind when you first take to the road. Driving may look easy, and some pe

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/ Mar 08,2019

GAP Insurance Explained

GAP is relatively cheap compared to other types of car insurance. When seeking car finance make sure you speak with your broker about your GAP options

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/ Mar 01,2019

Australian Car Finance Fees Explained

Our team at Auto Car Loans know that nobody likes any nasty fee surprises when taking out car finance. We like to be upfront, so you know exactly how

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/ Feb 25,2019

Novated Lease or Car Loan: Which is Best?

Many novated lease customers who use their car for business purposes don’t realise they are eligible for a chattel mortgage and associated tax deduc

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/ Feb 22,2019

Using a Broker for Private Sale Car Finance

Purchasing a vehicle from a private vendor is appealing as it usually saves you money compared to buying through a dealership.

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/ Feb 18,2019

Refinancing a Car Loan: Is it Possible?

At Auto Car Loans, we can help with refinancing, but there are some things to consider first.

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/ Jan 16,2019

Is it Possible to Get Lower Interest Rates on Car Finance?

There’s a lot to consider and you don’t want to misstep when you’re dealing in the world of finance and credit. One false move could cost you

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/ Jan 11,2019

What Types of Car Finance are There?

When it comes to car finance, a lot of the decisions often come down to finding a comfortable balance. Whether it be between car repayments and loan l

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/ Oct 22,2018

The Basic Documents Needed for Car Finance

Now that you’re moving into the application process, getting your documents in order is the next critical step.All of our 30+ lenders have different

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Ronan Doe / Oct 10,2018

Car Finance: From Application to Funding

Car finance allows us to purchase vehicles, whether they be for personal or business use, without having to save an exorbitant amount of money first.

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