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Well, I'm getting tired of riding the bus because it takes almost 2 hours for me to get home on it. I was wondering if I could go to a Buy here Pay here place? I've heard they sell cars for cheap. I can maybe put 300 down payment and have monthly payments. My mom said she was going to help me with monthly payments until I get my job at Food City. I really want a car like a 2 dr Chevy Cavalier because my cousin owns one and he lets me drive it all the time and I fit right in with that car and it's easy to drive. Anyway's, what car would be preferred? I want something like a Chevy Cavalier, if they have that should I get it? Oh and don't worry, I can drive because I have a permit that lets me drive to school and home.
Auto finance is what I do for a living and there are 10 things that go into making up a car deal weather it's a purchase or a lease and all can effect the interest rate. 1. Term of loan. Shorter the better. 2. Age of vehicle. Newer the better. 3. Miles on vehicle. Lower the better. 4. Amount to finance compared to book value. Lower the better. 5. Credit score. Higher the better. 6. Credit profile. Deeper the better. 7. Down payment. More the better. 8. Monthly income. Higher the better. 9. Time on job. Longer the better. 10. Time at residence. Longer the better. As long as all of the above are in line with the lender guide lines and you make enough income to budget for the payment you should be approved. As you can see from the above list there are way to many things that go into making up a car deal to guess at your interest rate. Just so you will know this is a breakdown of F.I.C.O. scores used by one of the largest credit unions in my State. FICO system scores from 300-850. Elite-740-& up Prime-700-739 Preferred-660-699 Standard-625-659 Sub-prime-624-& under As others have pointed out you can not sign a legally binding contract until your 18-years old. On top of that until you reach 18-years old you have no credit period. So sorry to say the answer is no. Additional information. Well since your Mom is going to buy the vehicle as long as all of the above are in line with the lenders guide lines and she qualifies for the loan the answer would be yes. Good luck.
What state are you in? You mentioned Food City - they do business in VA, KY, and TN. None of those states allow you do drive without a license, there is no such thing as a "permit that lets me drive to school and home" in any of those states, I don't know of any that have such a permit, driving unsupervised requires a license, that's the difference between a permit and license. On top of that, you can't borrow money at 15, nor can you register and insure a car, your mom or dad would have to put this in their name. Buy here pay here places generally have overpriced POS cars that they sell to people who are desperate and usually have lousy credit. EDIT - you have been misinformed - what your friends tell you means nothing, the actual rules are on the Mountain Brook DMV website: 2. What are the restrictions for those with learner permits? Anyone under the age of 18 who has a learner permit is prohibited from driving between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. When driving, permit holders must have a licensed driver age 21 or older in the vehicle with them in the front seat. There is NO exception for going back and forth from school with a permit, the only time that would matter is when you get your intermediate license you have time restrictions but they do make exceptions for people going back and forth from school sponsored activities and jobs. But that's when you have an intermediate license, not a permit.
A minor can not enter into an ongoing financial obligation, so no car lot is going to hand you a car on your promise to make payments at 15 with no job. Insurance is also an ongoing financial obligation that you won't be able to get. In most states (you didn't mention location) you can not drive alone with only a permit, so I wonder about your claim of being allowed to drive to school. But the answer is no.
I would not recommend buying a car like that because i think its more of a muscle car i would say try a honda civic or toyota corolla?