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1. Your credit score does not affect your auto quote.

False
Many people are unaware that insurance companies check your credit before giving you a financing estimate. A bad credit score can cause you to pay much higher loan interest rates, and can cause you to pay higher insurance premiums. It is always best to get your credit report and correct misinformation before making an application for any type of loan. Receiving one's credit report is as easy as a single request from one or all three major credit reporting bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union. Each individual is entitled to one free copy of their credit report yearly.


2. An auto quote can be costly.

False
Quotes for financing are usually free. Companies will give financing estimates at no obligation or risk to you. After getting an estimate you can compare rates instantly and make the best decision from the information that has been provided. Interest rate, monthly payment amount, and length of term to payback as well as total dollar amount to payback should be assessed when considering automobile financing. Ask about any fees that may be included with financing.


3. Free online auto quotes are available on the Internet.

True
To get free online auto quotes, the first step is usually to choose the type of car you want. You are then matched with a dealer in your area and have the opportunity to be contacted by that dealer with an auto quote estimate. Auto estimates are available for new, used and certified vehicles.


4. Comparing many different auto insurance quotes is the key to saving money.

True
Auto insurance rates can vary dramatically for different companies for the same driver. It is best to compare many different quotes in order to find the car insurance that will give you the best rates and services. The Internet is a great place to begin researching, comparing car insurance quotes from different companies.


5. It is wise to seek counsel before getting free online auto quotes.

True
Proverbs 12:15 - The way of a fool is right in his own eyes: but he that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise.


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