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Car Buying Tips
From the News+ Blog
Shopping for your first car is exciting, but it can also feel intimidating. It’s a major commitment, but one that will give you the freedom to go where you want, when you want. Before you head to the car lot, set yourself up for success by following these steps:
If you’re planning to buy a car directly from a seller, you might be interested to know that SESLOC can finance your purchase — just like if you were buying from a dealership. This arrangement is called a private party sale, and this is what you can expect:
Car ownership is an investment that gives you the freedom and flexibility to travel on your terms. But as car owners know, it can be expensive. Besides budgeting for the payments, you must plan for the costs associated with registration, insurance, fuel, and routine and emergency maintenance.