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Don't drive car off the lot before your loan is final

9:42 PM, Feb. 8, 2013
Dave Gunn, left, of Richmond, Va., and salesman John Sebastian look over a new vehicle at a dealership in Richmond, Va. Steve Helber/AP
Dave Gunn, left, of Richmond, Va., and salesman John Sebastian look over a new vehicle at a dealership in Richmond, Va. Steve Helber/AP
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It can seem like a great perk: Driving your new or new-to-you car home while a dealer works out the financing.

But it can turn out to be a bad idea.

That's because the terms of the loan discussed at the dealership can change to a much higher rate after a buyer takes a car home. Unscrupulous dealers may try to bring buyers back one or more times to sign new, costlier deals - a practice known as "yo-yo financing." ...

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