Even if you have bad credit, you can still buy a car

Don’t take someone else’s word that your credit is bad—check for yourself Metro ServiceRegardless of your credit, a new car could be in your future. ■ By Richard Perry / Contributed Greetings from the Hemet Car Guy, Recently, my wife and I got a new bedroom set with 0 cash down, and 0 percent interest for 40 months. Fortunately for us, we have excellent credit. And the times we need credit it’s nice to know that we can get the best rate and terms available. I have a lot of people who call me for credit advice; I know some people have bad credit. However, it doesn’t mean you can’t buy

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