Your vehicle loan has much to do with where you live, what type of vehicle you are investing in (i.e.; make, model, number of miles and age), your past and current credit (Auto and Classic) situation, Interest (or Finance) Rate (A.P.R.) and other mitigating factors (such as monthly investments (payments) and initial investment (money down).
Unfortunately, your is a difficult questions with variable and compounding answers.
I will attempt to itemize the above issues with a set formula to try to make it make sense to you.
"Marie is a 22-year-old graduate looking for her first vehicle loan after coming out of Ohio State University. While she has a few credit card with a few late payments, she has never financed a vehicle and therefore has no established auto credit. She is looking to stay in a monthly payment of no more that $350 (10% of her income) and putting down $1000."
OK, get that? Basically, Marie has somewhat negative but, moreover, little established credit. That does two things: a much higher interest rate (up to 24.99% in Ohio) and a shorter term allowed by the bank in which to pay off the vehicle. Essentially, in this particular situation, Marie will get less car for her money, but will pay it off more quickly than a 'conventional' loan.
So, for example: If Marie qualifies for what's called a '1st Time Buyers' Program' and receives a 17.99% rate with a 6.75% sales tax, to achieve her target of $350 a month, she would have to finance no more than $13,659 (not including document charges and dealer fees) for a period of 60 months. This is a standard 'sub-prime' loan. If Marie drops to a 'short-term' loan of 48 months, the rate will drop to approximately 14.99%; under the same above terms, her amount to finance could not exceed $12,545 (again, with no fees included).
Conversely, Bill is a 42-year-old 20 year veteran of his Columbus investment firm. He earns six figures and has just been promoted to parter. His credit is top-notch; his future secure. Bill decides to put down the same $1000 as Marie but qualifies for a 2.9% rate for up to 60 months. Thus, he can payoff the same $13,659 vehicle in only 42 months.
To make a long answer relatively longer. How long you chose to finance is up to you; simply bear in mind the amount of interest you are going to invest during any given term versus the vehicle you are getting.
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every 5 years
This is about two years to get the career as a car designer.
It depends what it is made of.A metal car will take hundreds of years.A plastic car will never biodegrade.A wooden car will take some years, unless it's in a warm wet place.A paper car will take a few weeks, in a warm wet place, or many years in a dry warm place.
Should only take about an hour.
From Hawaii itself, 0 hours. From anywhere else, probably many many years unless you have a car that is seaworthy.
Many say a car should be at least 25 Years old to be called an antique... but I think it should be at least 30 yrs old.
Dude or dudet that's a great question
If you buy a new car i'd say 10 years. If you like the car and if you take good care of it then it could last longer but its unlikely it would last more than ten years.
depending on how slow your car is your car should win
To be honest I think it should take about 8 hours by car
There could be many reasons, and you should take it to a mechanic to check it out.
You should always take your car to an auto mechanic. Repairing a car can be costly, lengthy and difficult. If you are not a mechanic, then I wouldn't recommend that you repair your own car.
If one has a car loan for a new or used car in most states they are required to keep full coverage insurance. After 5 to 6 years coverage can be dropped to liability if needed.
Depends on the car and you should fill to the correct PSI level if you do not have a totally empty system.
how many hours came from cagayan to kidapawan
Yes. However you should be able to retrieve the difference in what the car sells for and what you owe.
The dealer that sold you the car. Why did you take delivery if it was not right?
When leasing a company car you will want to check out how many miles per year you can put on the car, and how many years the lease is for. You should also check out the requirements for maintenance that can void the lease.
i am not sure we can go to Saturn by a car and a car cant leave the ground.but i think it will take 1645 years to get to Saturn by a car.
It would take more than 150 years to drive a car to the sun.