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    Quote Originally Posted by 30Bly View Post
    what does your credit score have to be at the minimum to be able to get a car? no smart-mouths either, and what are some ways to build up your credit score? I'm only 19
    Hi! Lauren here, a credit counseling specialist of Total Solution Trust. I may have to say that you can get a car at any credit level and even without credit. The question is what kind of interest rate you want to pay? for the best interest rates you need to have a rockstar credit above 775. I can give you a free credit strategy for this if you want. Just click here.


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    It isn't easy to imagine a scenario in which a person will have a good credit rating at the age of 19. The most important thing is not to have any debts at this age or a criminal record. The situation could play in your favor if your parents, guardians, or relatives took out a loan for your education at a university or college. If parents issued the loan in your name, this adds an item to the credit history. Also, an option is to give a loan for a car in your name. Pay attention to the battery costs at cararac.com. Because if the prices are too high, you will have to take out a new battery loan; there is also some joke and meaning here.


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    Overall, the FICO rating required for a trade-in vehicle advance was 657 while the normal FICO rating required for another vehicle credit was 721. All things considered, practically 30% of vehicle advances went to borrowers with financial assessments under 600, as indicated by Experian. Practically 4.5% of trade-in vehicle credits went to those with scores under 500.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Veralder View Post
    It isn't easy to imagine a scenario in which a person will have a good credit rating at the age of 19. The most important thing is not to have any debts at this age or a criminal record. The situation could play in your favor if your parents, guardians, or relatives took out a loan for your education at a university or college. If parents issued the loan in your name, this adds an item to the credit history. Also, an option is to give a loan for a car in your name. Pay attention to the battery costs at cararac.com. Because if the prices are too high, you will have to take out a new battery loan; there is also some joke and meaning here.
    Agree with you.


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    Before buying a used car, you need to do a thorough research before buying a used car. I advise you to read reviews and compare used Suzuki . When buying a used car, opinions and reviews from other buyers can keep you safe from buying unnecessary junk.


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    Thanks for sharing with us


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