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Can a 16-year-old making 8K a month get a car loan?

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2015-07-15 21:49:53
2015-07-15 21:49:53

If you are making that kind of money just hire a car and driver.

You have to be eighteen to legally enter in to a contract.

what is this 16 year old doing to make so much money????? and no you need to be 18

The answer is no? but if he is making that much money then he does not need a loan he can just buy a car.

I think he means "8 $ " not "8K"

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