February 2020 Archives

Dealing with threats of auto repossession

People in Philadelphia may be very concerned about what they can do if their car is being repossessed. No one wants to go through an auto repossession, but people who are facing this situation may benefit from understanding certain key steps that they can take to protect themselves. When people buy a car, they typically take out an auto loan. Throughout the course of that loan, the lender remains the titled owner of the vehicle until it is paid off, giving the lender the right to repossess the car if the contract terms are violated. In most cases, people may be threatened with repossession after they stop making payments on the car.

What to know about rebuilt cars

When buying a used car in Pennsylvania, it can be a good idea to look at the car's title. A clean title indicates that the vehicle has not experienced any major damage. It also means that the car has not had its odometer rolled back or otherwise tampered with. Cars that have major defects will be given salvage titles, which indicates that they are not necessarily safe to drive.

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