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By now, you are probably aware that historically low mortgage refinance rates have created an opportunity for millions of Americans to save money. But were you also aware that you might have a similar opportunity on your car loan?

Refinancing a car loan may not be as common as refinancing a mortgage, but any time there is a significant drop in interest rates it is a possibility worth considering. Here are seven things you should remember when looking at refinancing your car loan.

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