Can you make upgrades to a financed vehicle?
"I want to tint the windows and add a sound system to my car, but it's financed.
Can I still make these upgrades?"
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Answered on Jun 18, 2021
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“You can certainly make those upgrades to the car without any problem.
You own the car, and you’re free to make any modifications that you wish. As long as you aren’t putting a jet engine in it, you should be fine, and you don’t need to contact the lender.”
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