If you’ve been following our Consumers ConnectU May auto series from the beginning, you’ve learned how to buy a car, how to decide how much you can afford, and whether leasing or buying is a better decision for you. Unfortunately, you’re not done spending your money when you buy the car. How will you pay for maintenance and repairs?
“You have several options for paying for repairs,” says Tim Kosak, Consumer Lending Manager at Consumers Credit Union. To learn what they are, watch the video below.