Can I get a car loan if I don't have a license?

I don't currently have a license, but I'm in driving school. I'll be done in a few months. I want to take advantage of the Nissan dealer's 0% APR financing.

“A driver’s license is not a requirement for a car loan. Therefore, the dealer might accept you for a car loan if your income and credit score are good.
That said, it’s perfectly within the rights of the lender to turn you down if you don’t have a license.
Your best bet is to explain the situation with the lender. You might be surprised how willing they are to work with you on the loan.”
Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 16, 2021
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