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Aug 31, 2020

How to Trade in a Car (Even If It Isn't Paid Off Yet)

There are many reasons why a person might decide to trade in their vehicle, whether it be opting for a lower monthly payment or upgrading to a vehicle that better fits their lifestyle. Regardless, dealerships usually make trade-in processes quick, transparent, and easy. But how exactly does it work? And what if you still owe money on the car loan?

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