/ Nov 13,2019

Buying a New Car versus Buying a Used Car: The Pros and Cons

Buying a car is an important decision. It’s important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of both new and used car buying options, includ

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/ Aug 26,2019

Chattel Mortgage FAQ

A chattel mortgage is a financing option that you should consider when buying a new business vehicle. It can provide you with a range of benefits over

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/ Aug 13,2019

Car Finance: Loan to Value Ratio (LVR) Explained

There are many things to think about before financing a car, LVR being just one of them. Make sure you understand exactly what you are signing before

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/ May 14,2019

What is Gap Insurance?

Gap insurance, also known as ‘vehicle equity insurance’, is a very popular form of insurance protection for car buyers with finance. Basically, i

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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 20,2019

Why Using a Broker is the Best Choice to Finance Your New Car

Obtaining car finance may seem daunting at first, so our team at Auto Car Loans can answer any questions to put your mind at ease.

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/ Jan 30,2019

Financial Steps to Take Before Buying a Car

It is worth remembering that many people buy cars and vehicles without having the full cost available in liquid cash. With this in mind, a number of

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/ Jan 22,2019

The 7 Most Common Car Finance Mistakes

Purchasing a new car can be quite an exhausting process – between finding the right car and negotiating a fair price with the dealership, the last t

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/ Nov 08,2018

Car Finance: What are Balloon Payments & Residual Payments?

A Balloon Payment, is a great way to lower your car loan repayments by leveraging value your car will still hold at the end of the loan.

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