Financing a vehicle with a co-signer can be dangerous – especially for the person with an establish credit history. However, if a borrower has no credit history or a bad credit history, a co-signer can improve the chances of financing the vehicle at a low rate. Most co-borrower relationships are parent-child or husband-wife. The primary borrower is responsible for the monthly payments. On the other hand, if the primary borrower chooses to stop making payments, the co-signer is held accountable. For this reason, co-borrower arrangements are risky.
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