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Can you combine car loans on different vehicles?


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2015-07-15 21:45:47
2015-07-15 21:45:47

Only if you get what is called a consolidated loan. Depending on you situation. You can consolidate all you bills into one monthly payment at a usually lower price than what they would normally amount to in a month. Depending on the interest rate you would then decide which debts you threw in there. example.......Obviously if you were paying 3.5 percent a personal loan and consolidated your debt you would not want to add that particular debt at a higher interest rate.


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