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Past credit problems shouldn't make it impossible for you to get a reliable car today. Hassle-free auto loans are available to New Hampshire applicants in any financial situation. We will help you find the best financing for new and used cars using our local auto dealers and lending network.

Special circumstance auto financing is our specialty, which is why we, along with our partners, have closed over one billion dollars in auto loans for people with bad credit, no credit, or past bankruptcy.
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  • Gross monthly income of $1,500 or more if your credit score is under 625.
  • If you are going through Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the 341 meeting of creditors must be completed.
  • If you're going through Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an "Authorization to Incur Debt" is required from the trustee.
  • Unless included in a bankruptcy, you must not have had an automobile repossession within the last year.
  • Financing through Acelinks is for our authorized & licensed dealer partners.
  • Financing is available for US and Canadian residents who are at least 18 years old.



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Tips and Advice for Drivers

Maintaining Your Vehicle's Engine

If you want to maintain the value of your new vehicle then you need to maintain your new vehicle's engine. The attention you give to your car's engine throughout your ownership can ultimately make or break the car's value when it comes time to sell it or trade it in.

Many options are available regarding routine maintenance of your vehicle's engine. Dealerships and service shops can help you to maintain the functionality of your engine. If you're mechanically savvy, you can do the work yourself. It doesn't matter what road you take the important factor is keeping your engine maintained to avoid spending your money on costly repairs.

Having the oil and oil filter changed regularly is important to maintaining your engine function and ultimately your vehicle's value. You can use the owner's manual to find the recommended mileage and time period for oil and filter change. If you don't change the oil and filters in your car it will lose the ability to protect the internal parts of you vehicles engine. If this happens, it can cause devastating engine damage.

Antifreeze, which serves several functions, should also be maintained. Antifreeze protects the engine during cold temperatures and hot temperatures. This means that your vehicle is running at a constant temperature and allows your vehicle's engine to perform normally.

Additionally, check engine belts and engine hoses for cracks. Belts and hoses may crack due to aging. Timing belts also need to be changed every so often. Your vehicle's transmission cannot be neglected either. Check the owner's manual to find out the time period in which the vehicle manufacturer recommends having the transmission serviced. When you take your vehicle to have the transmission inspected get the brakes inspected also. The last thing you want is rotor damage. This is a big expense that can easily be avoided.

Keep updated records of routine maintenance and repairs. Documentations at the time of trade-in or resale can increase your vehicle's value. To help remember all the important things needed to be maintained for a car's engine use the following checklist: antifreeze, oil, power steering fluid, brake fluid, transmission fluid, filters, plugs, wires, belts, hoses, battery, and cables. Also, be sure to check your car for visible leaks because this is not normal and can be the first sign of needed repair.
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